With Boris Johnson as prime minister, a no-deal Brexit is a real possibility. The Left must start organizing now to avert it.
Matt Zarb-Cousin is a former spokesperson for Jeremy Corbyn and campaigner against the abuses of the gambling industry.
For many in today’s commentariat, politics is about mediation between irrational tribes rather than conflict between competing interests.
For years, the Tories have relied on slavish support in the press to sell their austerity politics. But in the age of social media, this strategy has diminishing returns.
Labour’s conference showed a party confident in its answers to Britain’s economic woes. The Tory equivalent has exposed a government bereft of ideas.
Mandatory reselection isn’t about settling old scores. It’s about opening up politics to ordinary people.
Jeremy Corbyn’s former press officer Matt Zarb-Cousin on why Labour’s anti-establishment campaign worked and how to finish the job.
Jeremy Corbyn’s former press officer on sabotage within the party, his relationship to the media, and how Labour can close the polling gap.