BY DAVID EYLES A rarely spotted phenomenon, sometimes acknowledged by one or two of the more astute political pundits, is that the Labour Party has moved away from its core of working-class voters. The leadership has now fully embraced the demands of its middle and upper-middle class hierarchy and has gone full-on Quinoa Marxist. However, the Labour Party is not alone, because the Conservative Party has also … Continue reading The Quiet Revolution
BY JAMIE FOSTER It would appear there is nothing that can be revealed about Jeremy Corbyn that will shake his core support or cause a significant reaction in even the ranks of his political enemies. The news, revealed last week, that he spent two years as a member of the closed Facebook group Palestine Live seems to have provoked no reaction at all anywhere. This … Continue reading Apathy or Faustian Pact?