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Labour Party news and analysis from The Nation
October 20, 2017
Jeremy Corbyn Could Be the Next British Prime Minister. Now Comes the Hard Part.
The British left should temper its delight with strategic thinking. An enemy awaits: international capital.
September 27, 2017
This Is What a Socialist Looks Like
In a signature speech at the Labour Party conference, Jeremy Corbyn laid out an agenda to return power to the people.
September 7, 2017
Letters From the September 25-October 2, 2017, Issue
Labour pains… City vs. country…
July 11, 2017
In Britain, Terrorism Is a Two-Way Street
The government’s response to extremism has been divisive and inadequate, and Islamophobic hate crimes are on the rise.
June 29, 2017
This Is How Labour Nearly Won in the UK
The party had a leader with integrity; a hopeful, inspiring manifesto; and energetic canvassing by new members—with a big boost from Bernie supporters.
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June 16, 2017
The British Ruling Class Is in Full Panic Mode
Paul Mason on Jeremy Corbyn’s triumph in the UK elections.
June 9, 2017
Labour’s Near-Triumph Brings a New Morning to British Politics
Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership offered an end to austerity, a commitment to the public good, the faith that generosity is more powerful than greed.
June 2, 2017
Could Labour’s Corbyn Actually Win the British Elections?
Theresa May seems to shrink by the day, with her lead now in the single digits, while Corbyn has found his voice.
June 1, 2017
Is Britain Also Feeling the Bern?
When bold populism gets a fair hearing, funny things start to happen.
Robert L. Borosage
April 28, 2017
The Martian’s Guide to British Politics, or: Is There Intelligent Life on This Island?
It looks like the belligerent, self-serving martinets are going to trounce the quiet, bedraggled lot on the other side.