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The birth of New Labour and demise of the Blairites

Two years ago, the Conservatives won by a majority. A year later, early 2016 and Tony Blair is beside himself. Baffled at the thought of Jeremy Corbyn. His confusion is to be expected, he had warned Labour that “if you’re heart is with Jeremy, get a transplant.” But since Blair left office, the world has been changing, one regime at a time, and he is … Continue reading The birth of New Labour and demise of the Blairites

Why the recent Labour election makes Corbyn stronger than ever

It seems like the diversity of Jeremy Corbyn has been going on for a lifetime.. but Corbyn shows no sign of backing down and why should he? He’s only getting stronger. The recent Labour election between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith showed this significantly, and that if anything, Corbyn’s getting more people on his side despite the ongoing battle he faces with mainstream media and … Continue reading Why the recent Labour election makes Corbyn stronger than ever

Save Our Nightlife: How Labour are Putting the Party back into Party Politics

Britain has always been at the forefront of dance music culture ever since the heady days of the late 80s and early 90s rave scene. Despite massive setbacks such as the 1994 Criminal Justice Act, which allowed police the power to shut down any event “characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats”, and the ongoing war on ‘noise pollution’ from local councils … Continue reading Save Our Nightlife: How Labour are Putting the Party back into Party Politics

Yes we Khan! – Meet Labours candidate for Mayor of London

Some of you may not be familiar with Sadiq Khan; I was first introduced to him whilst watching Corbyn’s first speech as Labours new leader and was instantly engaged. Sadiq comes across a confident yet relaxed character, the south London boy and a son of an immigrant born from a council estate in Wandsworth consistently shows his appreciation of the faith of the public for … Continue reading Yes we Khan! – Meet Labours candidate for Mayor of London