Labour Party

Christopher Pincher takes us through the Labour Party’s beverages of choice

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?

If Keir Hardie were still around, he might ask himself why he bothered to create a political party that has now lost its purpose

Why do Christianity and Judaism still find it so hard to get along?

Jeremy Corbyn sails into deep water with the EHRC

Starmer’s first order is last orders for pubs

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

Starmer lays out a future – back to “the third way”

Labour needs to learn to use the new hybrid arrangement to their advantage

Having the support of constituents is now secondary to Twitter popularity