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The Art of Opposition series

Political cross-dressing: Tess Lanning says the revival of compassionate conservatism means that Labour will have to move out of its comfort zone.

Show and tell: Helen Hayes, MP for Dulwich and West Norwood, and member of the Communities and Local Government select committee,...

National Living Wage - how should the left respond?

Last July saw one of the most extraordinary acts of political cross-dressing in British history. In the first Budget of the first all-Conservative government since the UK’s first National Minimum Wage was introduced against vigorous Tory opposition, the Chancellor announced...

Understanding Corbynmania

The labour party has much in common with the phoenix, the mythical, long-lived bird that is cyclically reborn. When the bird is in its youth, it is defined by beauty and power. As time passes, its feathers grow dull and it becomes tired. And...

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