The overwhelming majority agree with Corbyn that interventions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya made atrocities on UK soil more likely.
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Corbyn’s economics-centred, unapologetic Left Wing populism turned out to be just what the public had been craving.
And there came from the land of Britain a prophet, whose name was Jeremy. And he cried aloud in the wilderness.
The prospect of a socialist government is now much closer than it has ever been, says Owen Jones.
The world needs an actual popular elected response to US aggression against the world’s poor and the earth’s climate.
No one today can afford to be indifferent to democracy because tyranny comes in all shapes and sizes.
In a democracy the decision of who is or who isn’t electable lies with us. It is not for others to tell us who stands a chance and who doesn’t.
Ex-soldier Joe Glenton welcomes that Jeremy Corbyn does not cash in on soldiers, sailors and airmen.
In spite of the relentless Corbyn-bashing, beyond the ability to win elections there has been little discussion of what a leader, or leadership, means.
Public services are being dismembered, outsourced, closed down, the source of profit for a few and an impoverished society for the many.
Jeff Goulding explains why he’s supporting Jeremy Corbyn as a true custodian of Labour’s socialist values.
From the beginning of time there have been two flames burning in the human heart.
The left must break with the failed economic and political establishment, or else siren voices of the populist far right will fill the gap.
Where Jeremy Corbyn is concerned, the BBC seems to see its role in shaping political events rather than merely ‘reporting’ them.
The media, along with their MP collaborators, try to portray Jeremy Corbyn as a weak, feeble and inadequate leader.
The shadow Brexit Minister Keir Starmer’s position on free movement is indistinguishable from Theresa May’s negotiating stance.
Film director Ken Loach spells out his vision of what the future can hold for British politics.