Labour’s EU Gamble

As the Clegg/Farage skirmishes make clear, Labour is content to let others do the talking on Europe. It is hoping that the electorate will be equally put off by the anti and pro-EU positions. As an electoral strategy, this is at best risky; at worse misguided. Outsiders might be surprised that the two biggest political …

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Labour’s fight for the United Kingdom begins in earnest this week

Six months from today voters in Scotland will go to the polls to answer the question “Should Scotland be an independent country?”. Whilst that milestone will understandably prompt a wave of comment from UK media columnists, it perhaps obscures a development of more substantial importance in the referendum campaign today. After two years of deliberations, the …

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