Jeremy Corbyn

July 1, 2016

Corbyn must go

We need a fully functioning Labour opposition to help the country unite and work on the major challenges that Brexit now presents us with, says Mike Molloy.
July 20, 2016

Win or lose, Corbyn’s cronies threaten Britain

Dogged determination, mixed with blind arrogance may be enough for Corbyn’s supporters to ignore the inevitable result of a general election, argues Chris Everett.
July 27, 2016

Look to Jurassic Park for Labour’s future (part 1)

Jurassic Park has proven to be a metaphor for pretty much every twist and turn within the Labour party over the last year, argues Chris Everett.
August 5, 2016

Nationalisation is no antidote to rail woes

Corbyn is misguided if he believes nationalisation is the antidote to the rail network’s woes, says Comment Central.
August 6, 2016

A genuine immigration debate remains elusive

To do it justice, a debate around immigration demands a more serious platform than that of name-calling and tribal warfare, argues James Glenister.
August 8, 2016

UKIP and Labour have a lot in common

While ideologically poles apart, Edward Oldfield argues there are striking similarities between the internal struggles that are currently consuming Labour and UKIP.
August 12, 2016

The Labour leadership election is pointless

The contenders for the Labour leadership lack creativity and vision for how to address the pressing issues at the forefront of the public’s mind, argues John Redwood.
August 15, 2016

Labour’s entryist insurgency

John Redwood discusses the issue of far-left entryism into the Labour party and the challenges it presents.
August 24, 2016

Will Sadiq Khan be the next Labour leader?

Peter Bingle discusses the political implications of the London Mayor’s decision to publicly back Owen Smith in the Labour leadership campaign.
August 29, 2016

Zionist conspiracy to wreck Labour Conference 

Marc Cohen argues the Labour Party’s decision to exclude G4S from handling this year’s party conference security is symptomatic of its broader contempt for Israel.
September 21, 2016

Corbyn and Trump: two unlikely bedfellows

Both Corbyn and Trump are unlikely bedfellows in a political movement which is shaking the very foundations of mainstream politics, argues Peter Bingle.
September 26, 2016

The Labour Party is officially dead

Labour is dead; in its place stands a new Corbynist party the likes of which have not been seen before in British politics, argues Peter Bingle.
January 30, 2017

Is Labour drawing its dying breath?

A paradox has emerged amidst all the post-referendum madness: as the Tories continue to capture the public mood, Labour has set course for total self-annihilation, says Peter Bingle.
February 21, 2017

Simon Fletcher: a resignation that matters

Peter Bingle argues Simon Fletcher’s resignation as Jeremy Corbyn’s Director of Campaigns is that very rare thing in politics: a resignation that matters.
February 24, 2017

The Tory Party’s northern revival begins

The Tory victory in Copeland is a sure sign of the public’s endorsement of Theresa May’s brand of Conservatism, and a brutal rejection of Corbynism, says Peter Bingle.
April 18, 2017

Labour MPs – abandon ship!

Peter Bingle asks why Labour MPs appear disinterested in taking any action to save themselves and their party ahead of the 2020 general election.
April 27, 2017

Corbyn’s deafening silence over IRA attacks

Andre Walker argues Jeremy Corbyn’s steadfast refusal to condemn those responsible for the IRA bombings in Warrington is proof he is unfit to be Britain’s next Prime Minister.
May 30, 2017

Why nationalisation is a bad idea

John Redwood sets out why Jeremy Corbyn’s proposed wave of renationalisation is a bad idea.
June 6, 2017

Election 2017: where did it all go wrong?

With the country’s 2017 snap election drawing to a conclusion, Peter Bingle offers readers a retrospective analysis on its highs and lows.
June 8, 2017

Don’t forget Brum’s Tory youth

The media portrayal of Birmingham’s youth population belies a thriving Conservative movement, says David Kuczora.
June 23, 2017

Theresa May Must Stay. For Now.

Alexander Fiuza argues that, with the Conservatives lacking an alternative unity candidate, were Theresa May to step down it would harm the UK’s prospects of a successful Brexit.
June 27, 2017

Good government needs strong opposition

A good government needs a strong opposition, and whilst Jeremy Corbyn is still unlikely to offer much on that front, Conservative backbenchers undoubtedly will, says David Spencer.
June 29, 2017

Personality politics could finish us all off

Political parties, like businesses, must wake up and recognise that while having one lone figurehead may be good for brand recognition, it’s not so good for long-term success, says Ab Banerjee.
July 28, 2017

Unions inflame Labour’s Brexit divisions

Brexit divisions run deeper in Labour than in the Conservative Party, says Rory Broomfield.
July 30, 2017

Isaac Ross: It’s time for Moggmentum…!

Isaac Ross smells the stench of Tory decline. The Government has an apologetic posture in the communication of its policies and beliefs. It needs a fresh leader to challenge a resurgence Labour. Jacob Rees-Mogg is the man for the job.
August 10, 2017

The Tory Brexit trap

Evgeny Pudovkin asks whether the Tories are capable of delivering a hard Brexit, whilst also fending off the looming prospect of a Corbyn government?
August 14, 2017

Corbyn’s fine on Venezuela

Jeremy Corbyn’s position on Venezuela is clear and principled. But, irrespective of the statement he delivers his critics will never be placated, says Will Singh.  
August 23, 2017

A Corbyn Brexit would betray the nation

Isaac Ross fears a Corbyn government will use Brexit as a pretext and an apparatus to transform society into a mould of his ideological beliefs.  
September 29, 2017

Hands off my ticker, Jezza!

The Labour Party showed its extreme left credentials at this year’s conference in Brighton. Their policy proposals now include extending their plans for control of an individual’s property to include their right to get their hands on our organs, says Rory Broomfield.
October 5, 2017

Tories must not neglect core vote

Peter Divey believes that if the Conservatives act fast and bring in the correct talents they can deliver Brexit, preserve their reputation for economic competence, and prevent Jeremy Corbyn from gaining the keys to No.10.
October 16, 2017

How can the Tories survive?

A focus on Theresa May's premiership is a distraction from the real challenges facing the Conservative Party, writes Evgeny Pudovkin.
October 25, 2017

Weakened Theresa May must walk if she wants a deal

If she wants a deal, Theresa May must summon the courage to walk away, writes Peter Bingle
November 1, 2017

Just how dangerous is Corbyn?

It is the Labour moderates, not Corbyn who the Conservative leadership should fear the most, writes Evgeny Pudovkin. 
November 6, 2017

Britain must learn from Trump to succeed

Trump has shown the way to defeat uninspiring centrism and British politics must do the same, writes Peter Divey
November 8, 2017

Labour set for EU re-entry

With Labour rejecting its existing electoral base, pursing instead the once apathetic youth vote, the party will be forced to advance on a vehemently pro-European footing, and in doing so lay the foundations for Britain’s re-entry into the European Union, says Peter Divey.
November 21, 2017

The dangerous temptation of a short-term budget

Philip Hammond would be wise to release the constraints on public spending slightly, but too much risks conceding the argument to a Corbyn-led Labour party that increasing public debt does not matter, argues Tom Pridham.
January 24, 2018

Pay extra to see Corbyn… if you’re white

The Labour Party have given up all pretence of representing the white working class, writes Peter Divey
February 25, 2018

Come back, Theresa! All is forgiven.

Corbyn and Starmer are deluded if they think the EU is going to roll over, play dead and allow the current customs arrangements to remain while at the same time relinquishing political and other control over us. Theresa’s our only hope, says Neil Jopson.
February 28, 2018

The Guardian’s ignorant hypocrisy on Corbyn’s Brexit

The Guardian’s hypocrisy knows no bounds. It castigates Brexit supporters, claiming they are stupid, ignorant and ill-informed, all the while pedalling the most feeble, unsubstantiated twaddle for why Britain should remain in the European Union, says Bruce Newsome.
March 1, 2018

Jeremy Corbyn is the new establishment

Corbyn's decision to seek a customs union shows he is part of the establishment, says Neil M Jopson. It will also destroy the potency of Labour's northern vote base.
March 1, 2018

Jezza’s not the Prime Minister, he’s a very naughty boy!

Neil Jopson takes a semi-humorous look at the last twelve months and argues that the joke may be about to wear thin. 
March 2, 2018

The EU has us bent over a barrel

The EU has recognised that the May Government will be prepared to pay any price to prevent a General Election and the risk of a Marxist Corbyn Government, says Peter Divey.
March 8, 2018

Scheming EU Corbyn sells out Labour voters

The Labour Party’s collusion with the EU represents a betrayal of Labour Leave voters, argues Peter Lyon. Corbyn’s Customs Union plan is in conflict with Labour values and the EU Referendum result.
April 11, 2018

The Conservatives Still Need Corbyn

Hector Drummond believes Jeremy Corbyn remains the greatest asset for the Tories' at the next election. He believes the near Marxist policies pursued by the Labour leader and his shadow cabinet will repulse the moderate Left into Tory hands.  
July 16, 2018

Why is the British elite failing at Brexit?

To help remedy political disillusionment the Conservative Party needs a new leader. It should learn from the Labour Party – whose party members elect their leader, and who is consequently more in touch with what the people want than what the elite claim they want, Bruce Newsome argues. 
July 30, 2018

Values, not economics, define Britain’s new politics

The new motivations of voters mean that a soft Brexit will spell doom for the Conservatives in spite of the fear of Corbyn
August 10, 2018

What conservatives can learn from Jeremy Corbyn

Bruce Newsome believes Jeremy Corbyn’s rise offers many lessons, including to small ‘c’ conservatives who can study his rise and recognise the opportunity to consolidate their position by offering Trump style populism without Trump's contradictions.
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