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La agenda de "altos salarios" de Boris Johnson está quitando el viento a las velas laboristas

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No hay nada original en decir que Gran Bretaña necesita un nuevo modelo económico. Ni que los salarios de pobreza deberían ser cosa del pasado. O incluso esa empresa debe dejar de depender de la mano de obra importada barata e invertir más en s ...

Starmer’s bonfire of promises is likely to see Labour’s electoral chances crash and burn

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Maybe it was all a dream. Five years ago, I remember squeezing into my seat in Labour’s packed Liverpool conference venue to hear the news that Jeremy Corbyn had been re-elected as leader, seeing off Owen Smith’s chal...

El problema es más grande que Keir Starmer: los centristas laboristas se han quedado sin ideas

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Estos deberían ser buenos tiempos para el centro izquierda británico. Un gobierno conservador divisivo se está metiendo en problemas. La izquierda laborista ha sido marginada. Los Demócratas Liberales todavía se están recuperando de su desastrosa caída..

La opinión de The Guardian sobre los planes de votación de los laboristas: empoderar a un electorado

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En Gran Bretaña, Ha habido una tendencia moderna a hacer la democracia más democrática.. Las legislaturas descentralizadas establecidas en Irlanda del Norte, Escocia y Gales utilizan sistemas electorales proporcionales para reflejar su política distintiva..

Boris Johnson is stealing Labour’s clothes? He’ll sell you a bridge too

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Naughty Boris! You know the line and its intonation. There goes the prime minister, tearing into the tenets of Toryism with the same puppyish ferocity as his Bullingdon pals used to set about restaurant windows. Rippi...

Labour’s shadow equalities secretary quits as does shadow women’s minister

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Marsha de Cordova, the shadow equalities secretary, has resigned from Keir Starmer’s shadow cabinet with immediate effect citing a desire to focus on her marginal constituency. The Guardian understands that the shadow...

It’s increasingly clear: Labour’s leadership has little idea how to win a political fight

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After this week’s performance by the Labour party, I say – more in sorrow than in anger – that we can’t go on like this, something’s urgently got to give. It’s more than a year since a new leadership was elected, pero ...

‘It felt like political persecution’: Labour’s Apsana Begum on the trauma of her criminal trial

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When Apsana Begum found out she had been acquitted of housing fraud by a jury at Snaresbrook crown court, she fell to her knees and wept. “It was such an emotional moment,” says the 31-year-old Labour MP for Poplar an...

Labour’s preoccupation with ‘values’ is a basic political error

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Labour leaders love to talk about values. Gordon Brown and Jeremy Corbyn both paid homage to what the latter called “shared majority British values”. El mes pasado, Keir Starmer held up the party’s narrow win in Batley a...

The balance of power among Labour’s factions is shifting under Keir Starmer

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Recent developments in the Labour party have once again highlighted how, despite the leader’s promise to end factionalism, internal divisions are alive and well. The party agreed last month to ban four groups, leading...

Labour’s local successes show there’s a path forward – if the national party dares to take it

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As Labour’s general election defeats have mounted, it’s become common to fear that the party will never hold office again. There are reasons to think that this pessimism is overdone: the volatility of our electoral sy...

Max Verstappen beats Lando Norris to Austrian F1 GP pole as Hamilton labours

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Max Verstappen claimed pole for the Austrian Grand Prix with another dominant performance for Red Bull a week after he won here in the Styrian GP. Verstappen beat McLaren’s Lando Norris into second, the Briton putting...

The Guardian view on Labour’s byelection win: a leader’s brief reprieve

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Britain feels better for putting an ugly byelection contest behind it. The very worst of politics was on display in West Yorkshire, with homophobia and intimidation taking root in the campaign to be the next MP for Ba...

Labour’s byelection victory was a strike against the politics of division

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When I was with Kim Leadbeater in Batley and Spen a few weeks ago, I was struck by two things. Primero, that I had never seen such warmth and affection for a candidate from local people. Whether we were in the high stre...

Sesión informativa del viernes: Labour’s wafer-thin win in Batley and Spen

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Buenos dias, I’m Graham Russell and welcome to Friday and the stories making the news so far today. Kim Leadbeater has been hailed as “brilliant and brave” by Labour leader Keir Starmer this morning after she defied...

Labour’s policy review to focus on jobs, families and security

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Labour will publish its policy review on Thursday, ordering a refocus on jobs, families, work-life balance and security, as well as a new message on community spirit renewed by the pandemic. The party will hope to use...

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