Rochdale is a straw in the wind for Labour’s fight with antisemitism

Feb 18, 2024 by

by William Atkinson, Conservative Home: Keir Starmer’s raison d’etre hangs on the idea that he has fundamentally changed Labour from being the party it was under Jeremy Corbyn. Making that clear has taken several forms: junking his...

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Labour still has an anti-Semitism problem

Feb 13, 2024 by

by Tim Black, spiked: Azhar Ali’s 7 October conspiracy theories remind us that this was never just about the Corbynistas. In September 2022, Labour leader Keir Starmer announced that he had ripped anti-Semitism out of the party ‘by its...

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Labour’s plan to foist DEI on Britain

Feb 12, 2024 by

by Tom Slater, spiked: Keir Starmer’s Race Equality Act embodies all that is wrong with woke identity politics. Keir Starmer’s Labour Party has a well-deserved reputation for u-turns. The man who campaigned to be Labour leader as a...

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Labour’s Rochdale controversy is more than just a gaffe

Feb 12, 2024 by

by John Oxley, UnHerd: The Rochdale by-election should have been a cakewalk for Labour, but controversial comments made by its candidate have thrown the party into a tailspin. In recordings released a few days before the vote. Azhar Ali...

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The hate we refuse to name

Feb 10, 2024 by

by Ella Whelan, spiked: A new report on the intimidation of politicians ignores the foul behaviour of Islamists and trans activists. UK politicians are facing increased levels of abuse, death threats and online harassment. So claims a new...

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Tucker’s interview with Putin only makes sense if you know Russian history

Feb 9, 2024 by

By Augusto Zimmermann, Mercator. Tucker Carlson’s interview with Russia’s president Vladimir Putin was a remarkable moment in history. Finally, the world has the opportunity to know why Putin might have a point regarding the West’s...

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