Labour Party

After losing Hartlepool to the Conservatives, the Labour Party would do well to take heed of Jon Cruddas’s new book

Labour, like the Church, may never reconcile the different views of all its supporters

Survey data backs the Commission for Race and Ethnic Disparities’ finding that Britain is a successful multi-racial society

How does Starmer compare to Thatcher, Blair and Cameron?

Labour has no hope of returning to power if they fail to capture a comfortable working-class seat from a government that has presided over the greatest crisis in living memory

Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner failed to convince the electorate that Labour has totally renounced Corbynism

Labour would certainly not win a general election if it were held tomorrow; but they are heading in the right direction

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