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“How can the Labour party build a winning coalition?” An interview with Jeremy Gilb... by Open Labour | 15.06.16 | In: Comment Jeremy Gilbert is a political analyst and activist based at the University of East London. His research draws on critical theory to explore the past, present... Read More
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Labour Must Embrace Patriotism by Open Labour | 21.03.16 | In: Comment By Lewis Coyne Many problems beset the Labour party at present. But while gallons of ink have been spilt over the issues of leadership, economic... Read More
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Budget 2016: The Illogical Sacrifices to The Altar of the Surplus by Open Labour | 16.03.16 | In: Comment By Jade Azim / @JadeFrancesAzim Today’s budget is, as expected, an assault on the most vulnerable, coated as a supposed essential step to delivering a... Read More
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Labour’s Story Right Now – Writer’s Block? by Open Labour | 01.03.16 | In: Comment By Sara T'Rula / @saratrula It has been nearly 10 months since Labour lost the general election, and nearly 6 months since Jeremy Corbyn was elected as the... Read More
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Playing the long game: Corbyn, Labour and the next consensus by Open Labour | 22.02.16 | In: Comment By David Bates Travelling home from work a few weeks ago, I spotted a bus shelter advertisement for the National Living Wage. The poster’s bold block text... Read More
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Sadiq Khan’s intelligent campaign is a blueprint for Labour by Open Labour | 15.02.16 | In: Comment By Hamish Porter / @HamishP95 For many, especially the myriad of political journalists who reside in the greatest city on Earth, the forthcoming London... Read More
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Campaigning beyond our comfort zones by Open Labour | 05.02.16 | In: Comment By Clifford Singer / @cliffordsinger A recent report by Labour’s centre-right RedShift group on “reinvigorating Labour’s brand” calls for Labour to be... Read More
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What Jeremy Must Do To Win by Open Labour | 05.02.16 | In: Comment By George Aylett / @GeorgeAylett Some in Labour are pessimistic about Corbyn’s chances of becoming Prime Minister – I enjoy debate and discussion, so I... Read More
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Brand Anew by Open Labour | 04.02.16 | In: Comment By Samuel Fawcett / @SamFawcett92 If you were anything like me when you first became interested in politics, you were enraptured by high concepts of... Read More
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The Beckett Report: Seeing What We Want to See by Open Labour | 01.02.16 | In: Comment By Louie Woodall / @LouieWoodall Interpreting the Beckett Report has become akin to reading tea leaves in a two-bit psychic’s end-of-pier hovel: everyone... Read More