Labour Tag Archive

Labour’s lost seven: what it means for the future of politics

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Following the formation of the Independent Group by 7 former Labour MPs, Edward Ingram analyses what it means for the party, and the future of politics...

Brexit: a done deal, or no deal?

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As March 29th draws closer, Jack Coles updates us on the Brexit events of the last month....

Dreaming of Green

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Looking back at the party conferences in September and October, Alex Moore argues for more Green Party representation. ...

Housing policy sparks local election debate

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With the May elections having taken place, we attempt to establish clarity on the City Council's position on student housing...

A Living Wage for University Staff? A new campaign

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Campaigning students are set to campaign for a higher minimum wage for university staff. Labour Society is doing research and preparation. ...

The magic money tree of the council

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Earlier this year The Chronicle revealed that Pat Ritchie, the Chief Executive of Newcastle Council, had been awarded a £8,500 pay rise under shady circumstances – she now...

SOAPBOX 4/12/17

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Usually, I’m perfectly happy to write an answer for an online interview. Hell, I write excessive amounts of stuff on a regular basis anyway, so I might as well put it to good...

The Reintroduction of Gordon Brown

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Political nostalgia seems to be rearing its head a lot of late, with many lauding over the days of liberal leadership in an increasingly right-wing leaning west. Some figures have...

The Rise of Grime in a Competitive UK Market

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Liam Austen talks about a culture of grime within the UK. ...

Labour has momentum, Momentum has Labour

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Labour look to grow in strength as the Conservatives stumble over Brexit....