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Labour Party news and analysis from The Nation
September 6, 2022
Meet Liz Truss, Britain’s New Conservative Prime Minister
With the Labour Party tacking toward the center, the role of actually opposing this new Thatcher wannabe has fallen on an increasingly militant, confident, articulate, and strategic union movement.
July 7, 2022
Boris Johnson’s Downfall Also Marks Brexit’s Final Act
A potent combination of sex, booze, and lies finally turned the British prime minister’s narcissism, contempt for truth, and blatant disregard for convention from personality traits into political liabilities.
June 24, 2022
Boris Johnson’s Days Are Numbered
The Tory prime minister’s ethical lapses are legion, constant, and shocking.
October 1, 2021
Britain’s Labour Party Is Still Missing in Action
On the heels of its party conference, the Labour Party seems as far from power as ever.
May 7, 2021
Under New Leadership, Britain’s Labour Party Loses Again
Labour’s defeat in Hartlepool and in local elections across the country suggests the northern working class isn’t coming back any time soon.
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December 10, 2020
The British Labour Party’s Anti-Semitism Problem
For their opponents, the Labour Party’s self-inflicted wound over anti-Semitism is the gift that keeps on giving.
June 22, 2020
How to Destroy a National Health Service
Over several decades, a toxic combination of underfunding and stealth privatization efforts have brought Britain’s widely beloved NHS to its knees.
Natasha Hakimi Zapata
June 16, 2020
Letters From the June 29/July 6, 2020, Issue
Labor Agonistes… No act of altruism…
May 16, 2020
Can Britain Survive Boris Johnson?
After Corbyn, after Covid, the Labour Party struggles to break through.
December 17, 2019
Where Now for Britain’s Labour Party?
Appealing to “socially conservative” voters, or a shift to the center, will fail. Corbyn himself may not be popular, but his leftward tack of the party is.