Jeremy Corbyn

25.08.2016

Jeremy Corbyn’s vision for Britain, as the voting for the Labour Party leadership begins

Jeremy Corbyn’s vision for Britain, as the voting for the Labour Party leadership begins

The Economy “Austerity is a political choice not an economic necessity”, he has stated. Former adviser to Bank of England among signatories to letter dismissing criticism of economic plans, saying they are ‘not extreme’. Jeremy Corbyn’s economic policies have received the backing of more than 40 leading economists. »

04.08.2016

Jeremy Corbyn launches bold progressive vision to transform UK

Jeremy Corbyn launches bold progressive vision to transform UK

‘Our country wasn’t run by Brussels, it’s run by boardrooms across the world,’ says Labour Party leader as he calls for pro-worker public investments, peace abroad, and a clean energy transition by Jon Queally, staff writer for Common Dreams Leader of the British Labour Party Jeremy… »

28.07.2016

Corbyn survives another attack, this time through the Courts

Corbyn survives another attack, this time through the Courts

British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn came again under fire after a Labour donor took to Court the decision of the National Executive Committee to accept him in the ballot paper for the leadership contest without nominations from his fellow MPs. According to the Court’s ruling he does not need… »

21.07.2016

Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour Party leadership campaign

Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour Party leadership campaign

“I’m launching my Labour leadership campaign. “In my campaign I want to confront the injustices holding people and communities back – inequality, neglect, insecurity, prejudice and discrimination. “We will set out some of the measures the next Labour government will take to overcome them. A government under my leadership will… »

19.07.2016

British Parliament votes to renew Trident nuclear weapons system (surprise, surprise!)

British Parliament votes to renew Trident nuclear weapons system (surprise, surprise!)

Over half of Labour MPs but not Jeremy Corbyn backed the motion. The proposal for renewal at a calculated cost of over £100 bn was passed by 472 in favour to 117 against. In actual fact there was little doubt about the result beforehand and to many in the Labour Party… »

14.07.2016

When our watchdog becomes a bloodthirsty attackdog, be wary

When our watchdog becomes a bloodthirsty attackdog, be wary

Jeremy Corbyn has been variously described in the British press as unelectable, comic and highly dangerous. How should a healthy democracy respond to politicians pursuing a different kind of democracy? Bart Cammaerts, Brooks DeCillia, João Magalhães, and César Jimenez-Martínez 13 July 2016 for… »

13.07.2016

Victorious Corbyn survives another day as Labour says he will appear on ballot

Victorious Corbyn survives another day as Labour says he will appear on ballot

Party’s National Executive Committee says incumbent Corbyn must appear on leadership ballot by Deirdre Fulton, staff writer for Common Dreams In what was described as “a victory for common sense and democracy,” the UK Labour party has said Jeremy Corbyn’s name must appear on… »

10.07.2016

A letter to anti-Corbyn Labour members

A letter to anti-Corbyn Labour members

We share a letter written by a young Labour member that is widely circulating on Facebook today, explaining why he supports Jeremy Corbyn in the present crisis.   Dear anti-Corbyn Labour supporters, I get it. I really do. He has not led Labour to brilliant election results. He has not… »

06.07.2016

Jeremy Corbyn: “I now apologise sincerely on behalf of my party for the disastrous decision to go to war in Iraq in March 2003”

Jeremy Corbyn: “I now apologise sincerely on behalf of my party for the disastrous decision to go to war in Iraq in March 2003”

Following today’s publication of the Chilcot Report on Britain’s role in the Iraq War of 2003, Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK Labour Party has apologised on behalf of his party that was in power at the time, and whose leader, Tony Blair, has been accused in the report of;… »

04.07.2016

Is coup against Corbyn a plot to spare Blair from war crimes probe?

Is coup against Corbyn a plot to spare Blair from war crimes probe?

One politician posits that Labour Party leadership’s turn against Corbyn is a move to protect Blair from damning Chilcot [1] findings. by Nika Knight, staff writer for Common Dreams In the tumultuous wake of Brexit, why has the Labour Party turned on leader… »

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