Speaking exclusively to Redaction Report, Burgon explained how people in the country are angry at the government’s handling of the pandemic, which he believes cost thousands of lives unnecessarily. Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Richard Burgon accuses Tories of costing thousands of lives with self-interest agenda
Follow our live updates of the Peace and Justice Project’s launch event here Continue reading LIVE BLOG: Jeremy Corbyn launches new Peace and Justice Project
A foreign policy manifesto based around peace and true internationalism – that is, speaking for the voiceless in Yemen and Palestine, is a winner for Labour, both morally and electorally. Continue reading Labour didn’t lose to Boris Johnson because of anti-imperialism
Labour must move away from the foreign policy failings of Corbynism and build on former Foreign Secretary Robin Cook’s ethos, a Labour frontbencher has told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Labour’s foreign policy must avoid Corbyn’s ‘obsession with anti-imperialism’, frontbencher says
In conservation with writer and activist Tariq Ali, Corbyn welcomed signs that Joe Biden favours normalising ties with Tehran but spoke of risks of renewed hostility in the region. Continue reading Corbyn calls on Biden to seek ‘reckoning’ with Iran as risks of new Middle East war are ‘absolutely huge’
It was only last week that this newsletter wrote about the triumph of leftists around the world. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: Centrism hits back
Ask anyone to name a journalist or commentator associated with the Corbyn movement. Few would neglect to mention Owen Jones. Continue reading Rise and fall of the Corbyn era – ‘This Land’ by Owen Jones
THE Labour Leadership contest still has over two months to go, but the candidates have hardly been quizzed on foreign policy. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast: Labour Leadership Special – How do the candidates measure up on foreign policy?