“A Britain that is greener, fairer, more dynamic, and isn’t afraid to use the power of government… because we can’t go on like this.”
Judging my his past behaviour, probably not. And with the Conservatives in disarray, he has no incentive to make a strong statement either way.
With Starmer focused on technical internal battles, senior Labour figures are openly vying to succeed him as leader.
A new essay by Starmer will merely raise questions about how much longer he can be Labour leader.
After his involvement in Labour’s second referendum proposal, he shouldn’t assume voters have short memories.
Tony Blair’s plan to get 50 per cent of young people to go to university was a disastrous one. Thankfully, decision-makers know things need to change.
Plus: The far left really has captured Labour’s conference; too many Conservatives misunderstand the Supreme Court; and my conference agenda.
Unity of purpose requires debate, compromise and ultimately putting collective interest above self- interest.
Corbyn has been wily enough not to plunge into the Brexit trap set for him by Johnson.
The workers being promised fewer hours for the same money would also have to fund huge increases in the cost of public services.
The Conservative Party has been at the forefront of reforms which have helped the disadvantaged. Modern history is full of evidence of this vital strain of conservatism.
It’s a bold gambit. The Labour Party may be changing, but the people the Shadow Brexit Secretary is taking on still have claws.
The Shadow Brexit Secretary’s comment is at odds with his colleague the Shadow Chancellor.