I don’t often write about ‘process’ stories as the point of this blog is to understand and connect politics into building a coalition of voters for a Labour government. I … Continue reading Cummings Plan to Smash up the State ?
The Labour Together report is an incredibly comprehensive look at the 2019 election from Labours perspective, but also looks further back on trends with the ominous warning being that there is no guarantee these trends will turn around of any natural accord. It’s the stark reality that complacency could take us from a grievous strike to a death blow for our party.
The Prime Minister announced a raft of measures yesterday which to all intents and purposes sounded like the signal to the end of Lockdown from the 4th July. (BBC Summary of the Measures)
It has felt from the start that political decision making has dominated this crisis whilst Ministers have tried to hide by the awful phrase – led by the Science. You will have seen over the last week or so that even this has changed subtly to informed by the science.
I was astounded by the quality of the Labour together 2019 Election Review. An honest, detailed, evidence-based and robust document which is a very valuable step towards understanding where we should go as a party. But there a couple of conclusions in the report I didn’t necessarily agree with.
As you can imagine this website has been waiting for the Labour Together Review for some time with eager anticipation. After the catastrophic defeat in 2019, which many of us had predicted, I was hoping for a period of clam and honest reflection that faced the true scale of what had happened.
The England striker brought heart, and common humanity, to questions that are fundamentally, deeply political.
I often struggle to get these blogs started when there is just so much material and I have so many things to say. Ironically I find it easier to write … Continue reading The premature easing of #Lockdown is symptomatic of the UKs poor handling of the Coronavirus
Conservative lead slashed from 12 points to 4 points in one week Opinium/@ObserverUK: CON: 43% (-4)LAB: 39% (+4)LDEM: 6% (-)SNP: 5% (-)GRN: 3% (-) pic.twitter.com/SQfhIIaxgc — Opinium (@OpiniumResearch) May 30, … Continue reading Government Support Slipping Away