British Labour party
It is culture more than actual achievement that accounts for Attlee’s popular obscurity
The breakdown of trust with Jews has left Labour facing potentially catastrophic legal bills
After years of factional battles, the aim of the new operation is to make Labour seem sensible and decent
Unlike Churchill, he had not been a consistent opponent of Nazism or appeasement before the war
In some ways Starmer will be in a better position than he could have hoped for at the start of this contest
Will the Wigan MP be the one to change the opposition party?
In this contest, the remaining candidates are barely addressing the most difficult question for Labour: how do they win a majority again?
A strong communicator leading the depleted party could still present a threat to the government
Of those who backed the party in 2017 but failed to vote Labour this time around, 37 percent of them said it was because of the leadership
A succession plan is being sketched out to deal with the eventuality of Corbyn crashing and burning
There has been a transformation in what they stand for and who they appeal to
What Corbyn has brought into the mainstream has toxified Britain
The margins are fine
The most left-wing government in British history is now a real possibility
Don’t be surprised if support for the party doesn’t collapse
Can the Labour leader deliver on his promises?
Both front benches are now and unusually as one
I might as well be arguing for universal peace or the second coming of Christ