- Are party consultations with members worth the paper they’re written on? (George Potter)
- We shouldn’t criticize Jeremy Corbyn for finally doing a bit of reasonably clever “media” (Paul Walter)
- Andrew George writes…Can progressives unite to defeat the Tories? (Andrew George)
- The UK and the rapid deterioration in global security (Paul Reynolds)
- Brexit and the path to a written constitution (Ciaran McGonagle)
- St George's Hydrotherapy Pool vs Mayor's Car
- Stupid Questions Asked by Journalists That Haven't Done their Research #1: Meat Loaf
- Labour's shambolic dithering in Gateshead could cost residents millions
- Cutting back in Whickham's car park
- The Blood is the Life for 25-08-2016
- Mersey Gateway Bridge – Progress but no mention of Northern Poorhouse!
- Tour of Britain in our area Thursday 8 September
- Is the gaffe-prone Owen Smith leaving Labour members with a hobson's choice for leader?
- Could the GMB-Unite spat develop into a greater rift in the trade union movement generally?
- Harris Academy FPs' Lunch
- Daniel 25th Aug - 3:53pm
I think all working groups, when writing their policy paper, should publish the survey responses, that is the % support for various options. Any group...
- Andrew George 25th Aug - 3:36pm
Oh dear... I see my words have been mangled... my previous comments in SUPPORT of Mat McCarthy's original remarks about the irrational belligerence (am I...
- Jenny Barnes 25th Aug - 3:26pm
Budget neutral? Why? We're around zero interest rates, thinking about negative. What does that tell you? It tells me that it makes sense to invest...
- Mike Turner 25th Aug - 3:17pm
During my long business lifetime I have seen vastly too many good initiatives wrecked, usually by simple incompetence in their implementation (only occasionally by deliberate...
- Ciaran McGonagle 25th Aug - 3:00pm
I agree that the result is technically advisory. The difficulty however is that it is government policy to (somehow) enact the result. Parliament (and not...
- Matt (Bristol) 25th Aug - 2:56pm
I read this whole thing as a sign of how internally traumatised we still are by coalition, and still torn between those who want us...