Kim Jong-nam, the eldest son of North Korea’s loopy leader Kim Jong-il, has stuck his neck out by saying he is opposed to a dynastic succession that would see the …
The 2010 Aneurin Bevan Society Lecture, “Taking Back ‘The Big Society’ Debate”, chaired by Geoffrey Goodman, chair, the Aneurin Bevan Society, will now be taking place in room 12, rather …
“We can solve the poverty trap”, the Prime Minister claims.
Paul Carter, Conservative leader of Kent County Council, is a card.
Maybe not, but it is funny how often right-wing Republicans get caught not just with their pants down…
The Welsh Assembly government provides examples of real alternatives to the Con-Dems, says Wayne David
Probation officers were expected to vote this week for industrial action if the Government’s plan to cut a quarter of the Probation Service’s budget goes ahead.
As he is a big beneficiary of AV, it’s not hard to see why
There is new leadership contest to grip the country: the race to succeed Lord Pearson of Rannoch as leader of the UK Independence Party
Fellow leftie academic Robin Blackburn’s view is: “On the one hand, I think he would have been very proud and amazed. On the other hand…”
Pat McFadden, Blairite Shadow Business Secretary and chair of the National Policy Forum, had better watch out
Was it the right sabotaging the left, or the other way round?
Neil Kinnock has paid tribute to Michael Foot, the former Labour leader and Tribune editor who died this year
Labour’s new leader has dismissed the “Red Ed” tag as “tiresome rubbish”. Well, it probably was too much to hope for.
Outside the conference hall the BBC was inviting delegates to cast a vote on whether New Labour is dead by plopping a plastic ball into a see-through ballot box.
Labour has undergone a cathartic rebirth. From a crushing general election defeat just five months ago the party emerged from its conference in Manchester redefined, remodelled and re-grounded, comfortable in …
Electoral Reform Society
The Great TRIBUNE RALLY returns
Blogging for Labour: How social media can drive a wedge into the coalition
That old bruiser John Prescott was in suitably feisty mood when the names of Labour’s Vichy collaborators – Frank Field, John Hutton and Alan Milburn – came up.
Tomorrow the Labour party conference will debate a motion from the Communication Workers Union attacking Business Secretary Vince Cable’s plans to fully privatise Royal Mail, and committing Labour to keeping …
Perhaps the biggest policy issue for Ed Miliband’s Labour is how they respond to the coalition’s cuts programme and present their alternative economic strategy. Right here – in Manchester – …
Palestine: for Peace and Justice