It’s one year since Keir Starmer became leader of the Labour Party, and newspapers have been full of lengthy profile pieces trying to work out if he is doing badly. I haven’t changed my view that I set out at the start of the year: Starmer has by far and away the biggest problem in… Read More Starmer | One year on, no way back
“Just remember how you felt on that dreadful morning of June 10th, just remember how you felt then, and think to yourselves: June the Ninth, 1983, never ever again will we experience that.’” This was Neil Kinnock’s first speech to Labour Conference as leader. He had started the process of taking the Labour back from… Read More Goodbye Jeremy
In all of the excitement about the Labour Manifesto we seem to have forgotten that the LibDems also put their proposals forward too. Which might be a metaphor for a campaign full of sensible proposals but strangely forgettable. The LibDems overall fiscal frameworks is slightly tighter than Labour, but using similar rules. The LibDems want… Read More The LibDems | Great policies, but can you be bothered?