The leader of the party has been quick to take action. But changing it for good will take time.
Andrew Adonis’s new biography of “the first of a new breed of ‘common man’ who would manage the British state” and became one of the great Foreign Secretaries.
One can conceive of Ministers seeking an all-party public front, and Labour objecting to responsibility with no power.
The Fixed Terms Parliament Act may pave the way to delivering Brexit by October 31. And for that, we can thank…
He says that he suspects that his union would campaign for Remain rather than for No Deal.
If they reject the Withdrawal Agreement a third time, a deeply divided Opposition could yet get the credit for a soft departure.
It’s a Labour special: Leonard contradicts Corbyn to rule out support for second Scottish referendum; and Jones offers cash boost to firms affected by Brexit.
It’s a bold gambit. The Labour Party may be changing, but the people the Shadow Brexit Secretary is taking on still have claws.
Corbyn is willing to bend his principles. But he and his advisers will cling more closely to their strategy of being all things to all sides.
But she thinks neither will get what they want, hence there being a strong case for joining the EEA and EFTA.
There would, quite rightly, be outrage if a senior Conservative figure delivered a speech to a crowd which waved fascist flags.
Its awards consume roughly a quarter of public spending. It is hard to see where the tax hikes or spending scaleback to fund them will come from if the Chancellor sticks to his guns.
There is only one priority: keep the Stalinists, trots, Islamist fellow-travellers, gender and feminist lunatics and, yes, the young deluded idealists out of power.