Browsing: Jeremy Corbyn
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.
The BBC has routinely peddled unsubstantiated stories about plots, intimidation, misogyny and anti-semitism.
It’s no surprise that most Labour MPs have difficulty adapting to a new political environment in such a state of flux.
If anything is bringing the Labour Party into disrepute it is this one sided political purge.
It’s time for a real alternative to a system that plunges millions into poverty and destroys our public services.
If Theresa May is faking competence, perhaps they all are. What a terrifying thought.
Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership isn’t just about him, it’s about a movement.
Jeremy Corbyn is not so much a danger but a breath of relief for the wounded and misshapen Labour party, says Sam Coleman.
The only purpose of the Labour Right’s incoherent scorched earth policy seems to be to leave a trail of destruction and bitterness.
The media have been doing a hatchet job on all things Corbyn. Solomon Hughes looks beyond the hype.
As Labour leadership ballots arrive, here are 10 reasons for supporting Jeremy Corbyn
As the present now / Will later be past / The order is rapidly fadin’ / And the first one now will later be last /For the times they are a-changin’
Banquets for the rich, austerity for the poor and prejudice for the rest: Mark McGowan on inspired form. He vlogs every day as The Artist Taxi Driver.
The power of language to distort our perception of the world is remarkable, says Jeff Goulding.