Anthony Broxton

Anthony Broxton is a Political Historian and runs the 'Tides of History' project @labour_history'.

How does Starmer compare to Thatcher, Blair and Cameron?

As Super League celebrates its 25th birthday, rugby league is further away from its founder’s vision than ever.

Holding together working- and middle-class voters has been Labour’s historic Achilles’ heel. Can Keir Starmer do what Clement Attlee couldn’t in 1950?

Despite a mass public campaign, Kevin Sinfield hasn’t received a knighthood this year. It comes as no surprise to rugby league fans

As Coronation Street celebrates its diamond jubilee, is it time to take it seriously as the chronicler of our times?

As Spitting Image returns to our screens, its original impact has not been forgotten

The moment of pure political theatre that endures its legacy thirty-five years on

A new book celebrates 125 years of rugby league but shines a light on a world that the sport has left behind

Anthony Broxton looks back on the election win that Labour now aspire to

Dr David Pitt’s experience is now largely forgotten. It shouldn’t be.