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Who’s afraid of Jeremy Corbyn?

  • July 24, 2015
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With Jeremy Corbyn now the clear frontrunner in the Labour leadership contest, the uneasy and incredulous mutterings that have been spreading through the Labour Party establishment and the commentariat in recent weeks have risen to an increasingly strident and hysterical  chorus.   Tony Blair has crawled out from his gilded swamp to  declare  that...

Labour’s Zombie Politicians

  • May 20, 2015
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It’s less than a fortnight since Ed Miliband’s unexpected political demise, and already his would-be successors and closet critics are stripping the flesh from his political corpse like extras from The Walking Dead. Personally,   I can’t really blame anyone in the Labour Party holding Miliband up to serious scrutiny, given the catastrophic failure...

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