Labour and the 2020 General Election

Osbourne’s political masterpiece of a budget has already placed the Tories firmly within the centre ground whilst the Labour Party is still in disarray and shock over the election, divided and not knowing what it can do to win back the votes it has lost.
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Is Jeremy Corbyn the Answer?

Does it want Liz Kendall, the centre-right, Blairite candidate, who risks Labour losing the little support it still has? Does it want Yvette Cooper or Andy Burnham, where they would continue a confused in-between policy, similar to that of Ed Miliband, who lost the election?
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Harriet Harman, Liz Kendall and the Labour Party

This was a surprising admission which will surely alienate many Labour supporters throughout the country, who see the Budget as the beginning of the end of the welfare state, and a continuation of the austerity of the last five years making people worse off.
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What’s the Point of the Labour Party?

I, along with many others have been pondering the future of the Labour movement in this country. Last week’s episode of Question Time heard a panel discuss ‘the point of Labour’ and just yesterday Harriet Harman, Labour’s interim leader, admitted that their most staunch supporters were glad of their defeat at the 2015 election.
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Is It Time to Deal with Inequality in Britain?

After a shock defeat in last month’s general election, Ed Miliband returned to the Commons on Thursday to talk about inequality. The now backbench MP started by saying that he was “disappointed with Labour’s election defeat”, taking full responsibility. But after telling a joke to the House of how his son recently said that he “used to be famous”, he turned onto a more serious note.
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