A member of the Cult of Corbyn in good standing (involved in the local Momentum exec) this past weekend surprised me by coming out in favour of Tulsi Gabbard, which.
Because the Plymouth Sutton and Devonport Constituency Labour Party has finally weighed in with its long-awaited response to the Venezuelan crisis. Berlin, Paris, Washington, and New York have all been.
I was planning on writing about something else this morning, like strategies to avoid Brexit, political and constitutional dilemmas of the same, or the soul-crushing reality of being a life-long.
Jeremy Corbyn chairs a meeting of the Shadow Cabinet (a meme that did the rounds yesterday) Seeing as how it's Labour, the obvious choice is to hit.
The current leadership contest for the Labour Party is demonstrating two of its purported weaknesses: narcissism and disorganisation. A lot of this was unavoidable. The bulk of the current party as is came of political.
So, the Labour Party lost an election a few months ago. The rhetoric and framing of this defeat are breathlessly disasterous, such as "an awful result", "catastrophic", and a "calamity",.
The public narrative of the cause for 2015 and the way forward has already been framed by the right wing of the party: It failed in small-town England but advanced.
The Labour Party in the UK is flirting with re-nationalising British Rail. Fares are due to increase an average of 6% this year, and Britain already has the most expensive.