Monthly Archives: July 2016

Corbyn’s coming campaign

Momentum is organising support on the ground to get the Corbyn vote out, and so it should. Jeremy Corbyn’s priority should be different. He should tour the country talking to the public as well as members and supporters, making the … Continue reading

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The Politics of Hurt

The politics of hurt is everywhere. We know Corbyn’s Momentum supporters in  are accused of spite and intimidation but they too have stories of new members reduced to tears by hostile and abusive treatment. Now Angela Eagle’s people are complaining … Continue reading

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Corbyn and the liberal (sometime socialist) intelligentsia

It started with Suzanne Moore, Zoe Williams joined in, then John Harris capped it off with a shoddy piece in the Guardian on Friday (15th July) about the ‘spite and bullying’ of the Corbyn campaign marking the end of Labour. … Continue reading

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