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- JamesG 24th Aug - 2:38pm
"It wasn’t the ‘Left’ who, when in coalition, became ‘more Tory than the Tories’…" Actually the Blair years fit that description much better than the...
- JamesG 24th Aug - 2:26pm
The current Labour party are more regressive than progressive.
- Adam Casey 24th Aug - 2:19pm
The flexibility of our constitution has been rather helpful. Rather than having major questions decided by The Switch In Time That Saved Nine we've had...
- Lorenzo Cherin 24th Aug - 2:18pm
George I commend you for your genuine commitment to humane principles.But , wait a second if you could . I have said it many times...
- Lorenzo Cherin 24th Aug - 2:04pm
Paul writes with experience and authority and these contributions are valuable in these difficult times. I do not like the perhaps , not meant that...
- Richard Underhill 24th Aug - 2:02pm
Political books are often timed for the party conference season, but we do not yet know for sure who the Labour leader will be. Some...