In light of the recent Hartlepool by-election result, Alex Howe analyses why Labour is losing support.
On 18 February, Keir Starmer set out his new policies and post-Covid plan for the next three and a half years in the run up to the next general election. This was dubbed his most […]
Despite the white noise and hot air emanating from an increasingly desperate Donald Trump, Joe Biden has been elected the next President of the United States. Whilst pre-election polls perhaps underestimated Trump’s ability to grow […]
Last week, Jacinda Ardern claimed a landslide victory in New Zealand’s elections, with the Labour Party winning 64 of the 120 seats in Parliament – their best result since 1946. The result also makes the […]
Writer and Arts and Culture print editor Owen Frost investigates the recent decision from Cineworld to temporarily close their cinemas, after the postponement of No Time To Die’s date of release. The decision to close has affected over 37,000 globally.
With new leadership, the Labour Party is conducting itself cautiously. Their strategy for the future is ‘a gamble’, reports Tyler England.
The Labour leadership and deputy leadership election ended unexpectedly on April 4th. The new leader, Keir Starmer, and Deputy, Angela Rayner, had to publish acceptance videos on their social media pages as a result of […]
University of Leeds alumnus Keir Starmer was elected on Saturday as the new leader of the Labour Party. As a result, the five-year reign of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party is over.
At the end of Corbyn’s leadership, he has left a somewhat difficult legacy for Labour, with the anti-Semitism crisis still rumbling, Momentum monopolising power in the party and two failed elections, the last of which saw Labour lose 59 constituencies and its worst defeat since the 1930’s.
As I interview Hilary Benn, MP for Leeds Central, it is obvious that he’s been here many times before. Having held the same office for twenty years, Benn is a seasoned politician. Perhaps this comes […]
The ballot for the Labour Leadership elections opens today (24th February) and I’m already certain about who I’m voting for. Unlike Lisa Nandy, none of the other candidates throughout their leadership campaigns have displayed the […]
As the Labour leadership election rumbles on, local Labour UK have met to nominate their favoured successor to Jeremy Corbyn. In committee rooms and church halls up and down the country, Labour members have been […]
As we sit in the upstairs bar of The Pack Horse, after a lively, packed-out talk, I ask Rosena Allin-Khan if the pub is her natural habitat. “Well, it’s certainly one of them; I have […]