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Isabel Hardman Is Right To Criticise The Labour Party's Toxic Brand Of Feminism

Isabel Hardman has a great piece in The Spectator in which she rightly castigates Harriet Harman and the Labour Party for their narrow, possessive and parochial attitude towards feminism and gender equality. 712 more words

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Jeremy Corbyn re-elected as leader of Britain's Labour Party. 

More votes than when he first won the leadership last year.

Jeremy Corbyn has been re-elected leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party, ending a “coup” attempt by more moderate MPs who say his left-wing agenda can never deliver victory at the polls. 100 more words

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The Chance to Write this Post - Why Free Speech is Necessary

An inability to speak your mind is always stifling, it leads to pent up emotions. It’s in a simple sense being silenced, having your opinion die in the public eye because of its nature. 794 more words


Jeremy Corbyn's Victory in the 2016 Labour Leadership Election

So, Jeremy Corbyn wins a bigger share of the Labour leadership vote with around 62% than when he was first elected. Whatever your position on the matter, the Labour party now has to accept that things have changed, for better or for worse. 1,043 more words

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An Honourable Victory For An Honourable Man - But What Next?

The Labour Party’s Jeremy Corbyn has found himself re-elected as leader with a substantial majority today. Over 300,000 people voted for him and it is a fitting victory and a clear vindication for the man who has had inflicted upon him a slurry of abuse and wanton insult over the past few months. 787 more words

Jeremy Corbyn Re-elected as Labour Leader

A few hours ago Jeremy Corbyn won re-election as Labour leader with an increased majority. In 2015 the Islington North MP won in a landslide with 59.5% of the vote, and in this election he won 61.8%. 522 more words
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Jeremy Corbyn re-elected. What's next for him, for the Labour Party

Jeremy Corbyn continues as the Labour leader. So what’s next for the Labour Party under Corbyn? What will be Corbyn’s focus and do you think that he will make some adjustment comparing to what we have seen? 499 more words