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George Galloway’s ‘Bradford Spring’

George Galloway’s ‘Bradford Spring’ shows huge potential for left advance Dave Stockton assesses George Galloway’s stunning election win in Bradford West. George Galloway has pulled off his second big election…

Labour’s right turn

Ed Ball’s announcement, rapidly endorsed by Ed Miliband, that a future Labour government would not promise to reverse a single cut and supports a pay freeze on public sector workers…

The problem for the Labour left

The Labour left will find it very hard to beat back the right wing turn, argues Simon Hardy THE LABOUR Left, aka John McDonnell MP, was outraged by the new turn. The left…

Labour and the unions

The move to the right is shaking the link between Labour and the unions, argues…

Union leader slams Ed Miliband but who put him there in the first place?

Unite General Secretary Len McCluskey has launched a stinging attack on the Labour leader Ed Miliband claiming that he {Miliband] is “leading Labour to destruction”. McCluskey lambasts the Labour leader…

Anger over Labour support for pay freeze deepens

Ed Ball’s announcement, supported by Miliband, that a future Labour government would not reverse a single cut and would implement a pay freeze on public sector workers has caused outrage.…

Labour Party membership: at just £15 it’s an affordable special gift for your loved ones this Xmas. It’s just a shame that it keeps kicking you in the teeth.

It’s no joke. The Labour leadership have got a smart, new fangled idea to boost their flagging recruitment figures at the festive season. A new leadership scheme encourages Labour Party members to…

Labour: shame on you for turning blue

The new Blue Labour movement is a dangerous turn to the right, argues Luke Cooper…

Victory of Scottish nationalists exposes Labour’s failures

The Scottish National Party (SNP) wiped the floor in last weeks Scottish Parliament elections, gaining 23 seats at the expense of Labour, Lib Dems, and the Tories, writes John Bowman…

Elections 2011: A good day for the Tories – now we must answer on the streets

The elections illustrate the tremendous challenges ahead of the anti-cuts movement, but we can still answer the Tory menance with a huge movement on the streets, argues Luke Cooper It’s…

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