Tag: Labour Party
Another community activist says farewell to Labour
Guest blog: Julia Price Julia Price joined the Labour Party in 2015, in south London. She canvassed for Labour in local elections and for the Mayor of London election in May 2016 when the Labour candidate, Tooting MP, Sadiq Khan won. After moving to St Leonards in 2016, she helped with canvassing in 2017.…
Solidarity? It’s out here!
Being a socialist feminist in mainstream politics is a pain, it really is. If you intend to read this article, for your sanity, before you start could you remind yourself that outside of party politics, people have families, friends and colleagues with a range of opinions and ideas, and they mostly manage to get along,…
Keith and Angela: the true story in all its horrible detail
There’s no shortage of passionate criticism of Starmer and Rayner’s phone bank rewards system out there – but let’s try and stop swearing and explain our frustration properly, because there is an important lesson here for these politicians and their followers to learn. When this image of the Labour Party’s idiot scheme did the rounds,…
What do Rosie Duffield and J K Rowling have in common?
They’re both well known, one extremely well off and the other at least comfortably secure. They both have ways of making themselves heard, and they also, according to those on the left, have allegiances to the wrong kind of Labour Party members. Duffield and Rowling both recently spoke up about their worries over women’s rights…
YOU have the power
Ten things YOU can do to empower OUR Ten Pledges
10 Pledges to end the leadership crisis for Labour
These are the rules I think the membership would like our new leader to work to
Do people get put off by negative media?
What’s it like, if you live out in the sticks, in a constituency where it appears to be wall to wall true blue?
DON’T BUY THIS BOOK! DON’T GO TO THAT MEETING! DON’T LISTEN TO THESE PEOPLE!
Bad News for Labour: Antisemitism, the Party and Public Belief