Is there reason for optimism within Labour?

As somebody who traditionally votes Labour, I found it impossible to vote for them in recent years. Following the Corbyn experiment – which also initially

VE Day, connecting with the working class and what it says to the church

Tomorrow marks a bank holiday in England. It is VE Day, the 75th anniversary of the day that World War II ended when the Nazi

Why I think Lisa Nandy should be the next Labour leader

We seem to be coming out of the election madness. People are beginning to calm down and come to terms with the reality of what

“Brexit can be stopped” says Keir Starmer. But only if you are happy to jettison democracy

It has been an interesting few days for the Labour Party. Jeremy Corbyn, the party leader, has made a couple of pronouncements. First, there was

A bigger threat to Northern Irish peace than Brexit

Stella Creasy is continuing to pursue her efforts to foist English abortion law on Northern Ireland despite it being a devolved matter for the Stormont

No grace, even for the repentant, in the new moral order

Yesterday, it was reported that Jared O’Mara – the Labour MP who pulled off a surprise victory to unseat Nick Clegg in the Sheffield Hallam

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