Labour Party

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.
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

Are these the Tory Party’s halcyon days?

While the British political landscape is dominated by uncertainty, Peter Bingle argues we are entering a period of hegemony for the Conservative Party.
August 18, 2016

Labour are the real NHS privatisers

John Redwood MP argues it is Labour, rather than the Conservatives, who have demonstrated a greater propensity to privatise the NHS.
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 8, 2016

Labour’s demise is the country’s loss

A Labour Party in disarray is a tragedy for the Body Politic, argues Peter Bingle.
September 9, 2016

Labour Leave is vital to Brexit’s delivery

Brendan Chilton argues the survival of Labour Leave as a campaigning organisation is vital to help the Labour Party reconnect with voters and to ensuring Brexit is delivered.
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.
September 28, 2016

Abbott’s alarming contempt for Brexit voters

By brandishing Brexit voters as racist, Labour’s health spokesman displays her ignorance for the Brexit movement, argues Rory Broomfield.
October 5, 2016

The Tories are once again the workers’ Party

Peter Bingle argues Labour is now the voice of the wealthy metropolitan liberal elite. The Tories are once again the Workers' Party.
October 13, 2016

Labour’s disconnect from English voters

Peter Bingle argues the Labour Party is disconnected from English voters, at a time when the party needs their support more than ever.
December 5, 2016

UKIP’s no Five Star Movement

John Mills discusses the future of British politics, arguing UKIP lacks the coherent policy programme needed to attract a mass following and to capitalise on a Labour Party in disarray.
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.
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 19, 2017

50 days to judgement day?

Bill Blain discusses the ‘what if’ scenarios surrounding the general election vote on June 8, including fearful imaginings of what may or may not be, but that must be considered.
April 28, 2017

Labour’s London fiefdom is under siege

As 8 June draws ever closer, Peter Bingle discusses the shifting tectonic plates of London politics.
June 23, 2017

Tony Blair: The Gloria Swanson Of British Politics

Richard Heller says Tony Blair has now become the Gloria Swanson of British politics, ready for his close-up in a comeback movie nobody wants to make.
July 28, 2017

Unions inflame Labour’s Brexit divisions

Brexit divisions run deeper in Labour than in the Conservative Party, says Rory Broomfield.
July 31, 2017

Government rebuked over Access to Justice

The Supreme Court’s unanimous decision to overturn government legislation on mandatory tribunal fees represents a rare tangible victory for Britain’s workforce. But is this a fleeting breakthrough, or a concrete indication of future vindication, asks Glenn Houlihan?
August 2, 2017

Consumer credit returns to centre stage

Jonathan Horsman discusses the credit industry’s growing importance among Parliamentarians and sets out what the industry can expect to see on credit and debt between now and the next scheduled Queen’s Speech in 2019.
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?
September 25, 2017

Uber: Labour was never the workers’ party

Quick to bill itself as the champion of the working class, while at the same time portraying the Conservative Party as a self-absorbed defender of the elite, disinterested in the needs of those living in poverty, the Labour Party has shown itself to be anything of the sort, says Nic Conner.
September 27, 2017

Uber shows Tory appeal to youth vote is possible

The ‘Uber-Ban’ shows how the Conservatives can appeal to younger voters, say Tom Pridham and Tom Yeldon.
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 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 30, 2017

‘No deal’ anguish signals Project Fear mark II

We mustn't fall for Project Fear II, says John Baron MP.
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 10, 2017

Conciliatory Tories will win next election

Despite pundit predictions, Tom Pridham sets out why, by adopting a more conciliatory campaign strategy, the Conservatives, not Labour, are better placed to win the election.
December 22, 2017

Defying the referendum in Parliament will fuel public dissatisfaction

MPs should stand by their party manifestos or risk grave consequences, argues John Redwood MP
January 19, 2018

Labour and its PFI hypocrisy

Labour’s attack on Private Finance Initiatives is absurd, given the big role the last Labour government played in extending PFIs and contracting out, and even more so given the extensive use Labour Councils rightly make of these techniques today, says John Redwood MP. 
January 21, 2018

Tories must capitalise on Momentum pogroms

Mired in its own infighting, the Tories are failing to capitalise on the Momentum pogroms tearing the Labour Party in two, says Peter Divey.
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
January 30, 2018

Sadiq Khan needs to get back to his day job

The Mayor's unwarranted forays into Brexit are a disservice to Londoners, whose city he should be promoting not prophesying doom over, writes Peter Lyon
February 24, 2018

McNicol’s resignation could redraw British politics

Peter Bingle believes Iain McNicol’s resignation as Labour Party Secretary-General has the potential to trigger a chain reaction that will see the face of British politics redrawn. The key question, though, is whether Labour moderates have the gumption to stand up and follow their conviction.
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 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.
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