Monthly Archives: June 2019

People Get Ready: can Labour ever get to implement its economic vision?

Away from the noise of Brexit, Labour – and the British Left in general – is buzzing with new economic ideas more loudly than it has for decades. Moving the privatised utilities to a new form of mutual nationalisation is … Continue reading

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The Rory Stewart I knew: why it was inevitable he’d be knocked out of the Tory leadership contest

I’ve been following the Conservative leadership race with uncommon interest: I knew Rory Stewart quite well about 25 years ago. We were students a year apart at Balliol College, Oxford, in the early 1990s, and though we moved in different … Continue reading

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