Jeremy Corbyn

15.06.2017

Corbyn’s tax policy has weakened the Tories: a focus on corporate dominance could leave them floundering

Corbyn’s tax policy has weakened the Tories: a focus on corporate dominance could leave them floundering

Terry Hathaway 15 June 2017 for openDemocracy Corbyn’s appropriation of traditionally neoliberal promises on tax has exposed contradictions in Tory economic policy. Here’s how he could further shed light on an economic system that is not delivering for the many. One of the best… »

13.06.2017

The election’s biggest losers? Not the Tories but the media, who missed the story

The election’s biggest losers? Not the Tories but the media, who missed the story

By George Monbiot for The Guardian Trapped in their hall of mirrors the broadcasters and press wrote off Jeremy Corbyn. They have to change and reflect the world they report on. The election was a crushing defeat – but not for either of the major parties. The faction… »

11.06.2017

Sanders: Corbyn surge in UK shows world rising up against austerity, inequality

Sanders: Corbyn surge in UK shows world rising up against austerity, inequality

“People in the U.K., the U.S. and elsewhere want governments that represent all the people, not just the 1%,” Sanders said by Jake Johnson, staff writer for Common Dreams Responding to the results of the U.K. election, which commentators have already deemed a “political… »

10.06.2017

UK elections: Mrs May’s new embarrassing bedfellows

UK elections: Mrs May’s new embarrassing bedfellows

Having lost her majority the UK Prime Minister went out to clutch at some straws in order to attain “stability”. Who did she find? The DUP, the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland. So, who are the DUP? openDemocracy The Democratic Unionist Party is the anti-abortion pro Brexit… »

09.06.2017

The Corbyn and team Revolution Part 2: UK hung Parliament

The Corbyn and team Revolution Part 2: UK hung Parliament

In spite of the Media onslaught, in spite of the back stabbing from his own Party, in spite of the crazy electoral system, Jeremy Corbyn continues going from strength to strength. He may not have won the election but he has started a process that shows to people there is… »

05.06.2017

With bold ‘for the many’ platform, Corbyn rides Sanders-like wave in UK

With bold ‘for the many’ platform, Corbyn rides Sanders-like wave in UK

In Wednesday night’s televised debate, Jeremy Corbyn accused his rivals of prioritizing the wealthiest over the vulnerable. by Jake Johnson, staff writer for Common Dreams Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s prospects are rising ahead of upcoming elections in the United Kingdom, as his insurgent campaign rides a… »

02.06.2017

UK elections: Jeremy Corbyn feeling “the Bern”

UK elections: Jeremy Corbyn feeling “the Bern”

‘There’s a real similarity’: Corbyn gets rousing support from Bernie Sanders. US senator praises Labour leader’s effort to transform politics and take on establishment, seeing parallels with his own campaign’ The Guardian. In spite of not officially endorsing Corbyn or anybody else as that would be inappropriate, Bernie Sanders… »

01.06.2017

What Corbyn’s debate victory tells us about bias in the British media

What Corbyn’s debate victory tells us about bias in the British media

Des Freedman 30 May 2017 for openDemocracy What are the lessons to be learned from Corbyn’s performance on Monday night? [TV debate with all the leaders of the main Political Parties participating in the June 8th elections, except the Conservatives as Theresa… »

28.05.2017

We must be brave enough to admit the war on terror simply not working

We must be brave enough to admit the war on terror simply not working

by Jeremy Corbyn for Common Dreams Amid sorrow of Manchester bombing, UK Labour Party leader explains why actively building peace is requisite for ending such horrific and inexcusable carnage in the future Our whole nation has been united in shock and grief this week as… »

21.05.2017

Britain would have been safer with Corbyn in charge

Britain would have been safer with Corbyn in charge

David Morrison 18 May 2017 for openDemocracyUK Jeremy Corbyn consistently voted against wars of choice that Britain could have refrained from taking part in, now regarded as strategic failures, promoting, not reducing, international terrorism. In a tirade against Jeremy Corbyn in The Sun on 26… »

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