In 1945, Brits unceremoniously tossed Winston Churchill aside. Now Labour’s new leader, Keir Starmer, has to convince virus-hit Britain he can repeat history.
Brexit has upended British politics, and the working-class hatred of Jeremy Corbyn in the Midlands and the North means Labour’s impregnable “red wall” could crumble.
Disagreements over Brexit, anti-Semitism within the party, and Corbyn’s extreme left-wing views have seen the biggest Labour split since the early 1980s.
After more than a decade of trying to shift the party to the left, the trade unions assumed a different role at the Labour Party’s annual conference.
Jeremy Corbyn’s stubborn Labour leadership has finally accepted the wishes of party members and resolved to halt Conservative Brexit plans.
U.K. Labour Party leader is beset by claims he laid a wreath for terrorists who killed Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics—and Benjamin Netanyahu has piled on.
Jeremy Corbyn’s coalition is accelerating its mission to create an entirely new Labour Party led by anti-war campaigners, activists, and former communists.