Vince Cable has launched the European Parliament election manifesto for the Liberal Democrats, complete with a choice of two front pages: “Stop Brexit” or “Bollocks to Brexit”. … Read the full post »
Read about the Labour MP for Islington North and life-long Eurosceptic who was elected leader of the Labour Party in 2015.
You can also find out more about Corbyn in Rosa Prince’s biography, Comrade Corbyn.
New data from YouGov is packed with fun nuggets. For Liberal Democrats, the key point is that only just over half of voters know that the party is anti-Brexit. … Read the full post »
It’s just possible that the Labour Party in South Normanton, Derbyshire does not have full confidence in the vote-winning abilities of Jeremy Corbyn. … Read the full post »
It’s a sign of just how much both the Conservatives and Labour are flailing about at the moment that the latest polling from YouGov gives the Liberal Democrats better net ratings than either of those parties. … Read the full post »
That quote is, of course, not from me but from someone else. In this case, Liberal Democrat member Liz Jarvis on her conversion from Labour. … Read the full post »
Since this site started in 2009, I’ve been keeping an eye on which is the most popular blog post with readers. Come with me on a trip down memory lane. … Read the full post »
There has been a noticeable burst of people joining the Liberal Democrats over Christmas, especially former Labour supporters for whom Jeremy Corbyn’s recent interview about proceeding with Brexit was the last straw. … Read the full post »
Gently, politely and discreetly both Ed Davey and Jo Swinson are working their way through just the sort of steps you would expect of someone intending to run for party leader within the year. … Read the full post »
In a new interview with The Guardian, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn MP has repeated his support for Brexit going ahead. … Read the full post »
Flipping through some of the most famous lines from Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot often feels like a sneak preview of the fallout from the European referendum. Especially if you pitch Jeremy Corbyn in the role of Godot and pro-Europeans as Vladimir and Estragon. … Read the full post »