It is to the Tories’ benefit that Starmer remains in place. He will be more beatable at the next election than some of his Labour rivals.
Why should voters trust anything the former Shadow Brexit Secretary says about leaving the European Union?
Most voters are to the left economically and to the right culturally. Today’s conference was not an event designed with them in mind.
At PMQs, he demanded the Government meet with the RMT. But what would the current Shadow Cabinet do in such a meeting?
As the Labour leader visits Dublin and Belfast, he shrinks from disclosing how he would solve the present difficulties.
Politics may well have an ideas problem. But is the best way to deal with it yet another centrist love-in?
If ‘one rule for them’ seems to apply to both Government and Opposition, politics as a whole will suffer.
His condemnation for the methods of Extinction Rebellion highlights how Labour plans on appealing to those frustrated by the Government.
Whilst he may have struggled over the specifics of women and their genitalia, Starmer is conscious that Labour must square the voters on this issue.
Judging my his past behaviour, probably not. And with the Conservatives in disarray, he has no incentive to make a strong statement either way.
Blair stepped down shortly after the cash-for-honours debacle. Will history repeat in every sense?
Geographical and demographic differences make it impossible to decide who ‘won’ the battle with Coronavirus.
As the defence counsel suggested, Edward Colston was the wrong side – unlike, say, Karl Marx.
The absurd spectacle looms of police freeing up resources only to waste them trying to crack down on very similar substances.
Streeting thinks “learning to live well with the virus” is the objective in 2022. Do his colleagues agree?