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  • News Video Osamor and Lewis: Meet two of the Shadow Cabinet’s rising stars

    Osamor and Lewis: Meet two of the Shadow Cabinet’s rising stars

    Kate Osamor and Clive Lewis both became Shadow Cabinet ministers this summer after being elected for the first time in 2015, and both are being tipped for big things in the future. Osamor was handed the role of International Development in this summer’s reshuffle, while former army man Lewis was promoted to the Shadow Defence brief. In the latest in a series of videos produced by Labour to help people know more about the Shadow Cabinet, Osamor and Lewis talk […]

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  • News Jackie Walker suspended from Labour over Holocaust remarks

    Jackie Walker suspended from Labour over Holocaust remarks

    Jackie Walker, Momentum vice-chair, has been suspended from the Labour Party following her remarks about the Holocaust and anti-Semitism at party conference this week. Walker, who was suspended from the party earlier this year over separate controversial comments, said this week that she had not come across a definition of anti-Semitism she could “work with”, and questioned the inclusivity of Holocaust Memorial Day. She was last night suspended from the Labour Party, but retains her position on Momentum’s steering committee […]

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  • Comment Europe Featured Glenis Willmott: The reality of a Hard Brexit is job losses and fresh curbs on the rights of working people

    Glenis Willmott: The reality of a Hard Brexit is job losses and fresh curbs on the rights of working people

    It is three months since the EU referendum and although some leading Brexiters like Nigel Farage, have stepped down, Labour must not run away from the aftermath, writes Glenis Willmott, Labour’s leader in the European Parliament. However hard this week has been for the Labour Party, Britain cannot afford for us to keep looking inwards – we need to get on with the job of scrutinising the Government, holding it to account and fighting for our values. This applies on all […]

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  • Comment Featured Is this the new, outward-looking Corbyn? Why his conference speech was aimed at non-supporters

    Is this the new, outward-looking Corbyn? Why his conference speech was aimed at non-supporters

    Jeremy Corbyn is an exemplary and vastly underrated political communicator. And not just in a ‘doing things differently’, new politics kind of way, either. He is excellent in the more traditional, ‘machine politics’ sense of being a good communicator. He knows exactly who he wants to appeal to, what they want to hear and how to speak to them. He does not need focus groups, polling, or a carefully crafted speech to achieve it – it comes naturally to him. […]

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  • Featured News Labour MPs could use Heathrow as test case to set their own policy

    Labour MPs could use Heathrow as test case to set their own policy

    An upcoming vote on Heathrow airport expansion could work as test case for Labour MPs as they explore new ways of determining policy when there is a clash of opinions with the leadership. The Government is finally expected to come to a long-awaited decision on whether to expand Heathrow, Gatwick or another option in the coming weeks, and the subsequent vote is likely to be the first policy dispute between Jeremy Corbyn and his MPs since he was re-elected leader last […]

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