Jeremy Corbyn’s election, winning with a mandate which dwarfed anything previously given to any other leader of a British political party in a generation or more, will, I believe, be …
The recent Dail general election in the year Irish republicans commemorate the centenary of the failed Easter Rising has marked a fundamental political realignment in the Irish Republic.
The Trade Union Bill, currently in its Lords committee stage, has seen Tory peers freely exposing their sometime laughable ignorance.
Steel’s future, the Hunting Act, mental health services
Referendum, referendum, referendum. The 24-hour news flow is saturated with chat and analysis, even sometimes news about Tory splits and the head-to-head between Boris and Dave.
As I’m writing this on my 57th birthday, I’ve thrown away my initial plans for this column – the kind of sober and sombre disquisition and interrogation of matters of …
Considering how momentous the decision is, the Euro-referendum isn’t exactly setting the Wharfe on fire.
David Cameron has been touring European cities negotiating for a so-called reformed European Union – and doesn’t it make you feel shame?
Comparisons of British and American politics often throw up superficial similarity. Nonetheless, the primary polling in the United States and Labour Party results in the United Kingdom do show some …
Champagne was off the menu at the Tories’ annual fund-raising Black and White Ball in the City of London.
Margaret Beckett’s report into the reasons why Labour lost the 2015 general election restated what most of us already knew, but some of the party’s noisy malcontents remain dissatisfied.
Regular readers will notice a change to their printed version of Tribune this week. It has been redesigned to a format which we hope we offer greater clarity and ease …
Stench of fortunes made on carnage and racial abuse
Long hours culture can seriously damage health
The truth about trade unions and Cameron’s lie
Sinn Fein’s sights are set on a coalition in the Dail
What will 2016 bring for democracy in Britain?
You may need a calculator before you raise your glass
Marsupial mayhem from Echo and the wombat men
In an interview with the House Magazine, TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady took a thinly-veiled swipe at Jeremy Corbyn,
Top of the poppers and the drugs war that can’t be won
Osborne’s stock has fallen so low he’s a laughing stock
That the European Union needs reforming is not open to question. Whether it is capable of being reformed is. If not, Britain should no longer be a member.