Could Corbynism win over Conservative voters?

Last week, Lord Mandelson called on Jeremy Corbyn to seek ‘unity right across Labour’s broad spectrum’ and ‘embrace more centrist’ voters in our push for No.10.  His words were no doubt met with rolled eyes by some in the Party. That tends to be the case whenever... read more

Newcastle in the sights of Britain’s far-right

Far-right groups like the English Defence League are targeting Newcastle, the region’s capital, to stir up racial hatred and social unrest. MI5 and top  police chiefs believe that the threat posed by the extreme right in the North of England and elsewhere is greater... read more

The case for free movement of people

Free movement is not only for the metropolitan elite. It is not the reserve of university students spending a year larking about, or bankers working for their FTSE 100 company in their Paris branch or spending a weekend a month in Marseille. It is for every citizen of... read more

Dana Mills says: “Me too.”

The revelation of the extent of Harvey Weinstein’s odious abuse of power is taking up much space and attention in all forms of media. Many women are now speaking up about the extent and insidious nature of sexual assault and harassment in all walks of life. But one... read more