From the daily archives:

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

London’s New Political Landscape

July 9, 2014

Last Thursday’s council by-election in Tower Hamlets’ Blackwall and Cubitt Town ward brought to an end this year’s local elections in London (both this election and the previous week’s in Barnet’s Colindale ward were held back from the main 22 May elections due to the death of a candidate). The London Local Elections Unlike much […]

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What should the left really want from the Westminster Pedophile Enquiries?

July 9, 2014

Right, come on, let’s face it, when those of us on the left hear about stories of pedophile rings at the heart of the establishment at the time of the Thatcher government, our instinct is to hope that this will lead to a story of such monumental awfulness that it will see the Tory party […]

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