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It seems trite to write about the shattered opposition party in a second-tier country during the age of pandemics and Tiger Kings, but the Labour Party will announce Jeremy Corbyn’s successor via email this morning. This is a contest that Sir Kier Starmer should win, and do so convincingly; the only real question is whether […]
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Javier Sajuria posted this over at the UCL Constitution Unit last week while I was busy finding new and efficient ways to haemorrhage cash in Geneva.  It’s worth a read, and applies some political sciency-type stuff to the situation that the Labour Party finds itself in.  Rules matter, they aren’t neutral (implied), and the Labour Party […]
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Don’t piss me off. As LGM’s Senior British Correspondent, I discuss how the opposition Labour Party has just completed a reshuffle of its front bench team. Because nothing screams “clickbait!” like a good reshuffle. Reshuffles are common in parliamentary systems for a variety of reasons. The most recently executed Labour reshuffle did have some legitimate motivations; […]
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