Labour MP for Exeter, Ben Bradshaw, has announced ‘with considerable sadness’ that he will be stepping down from his role at the next general election.
Corbyn was suspended from his party, and was soon after re-established. It won’t be possible for his reputation to be restored, and he is thus an Independent MP. The new leader of Labour is trying to re-ignite the vigour that Labour witnessed before the antisemitism media storm, but his methods are not exactly succeeding, or sticking by party ideals.
Johnny Chern, Print Screen Editor, discusses the presence of anti-Semitism in both major political parties, giving Jews no clear option who to vote for.
Adam Robertson Charlton responds to the Chief Rabbi’s criticism of Corbyn. He invokes his own background to counter erasure of left-wing jews.
Ben Bradshaw, Labour candidate for Exeter, today joined striking university staff on the Streatham picket line. Speaking to Exeposé, Bradshaw confirmed his support for the “local members of the UCU union and the students who are supporting them in their strike. “I’m a trade unionist myself, and I wanted to show solidarity with people who […]
Catherine Loyd argues the Labour Party’s abolish Eton campaign against private education is misguided radicalism that won’t address genuine issue.
That Jeremy Corbyn is an anti-Semite seems unlikely. That Jeremy Corbyn has anti-Semitic friends seems closer to the truth. He has been a long-time ally of Ken Livingston, who memorably claimed Hitler was a Zionist “before he went mad”, been linked to Hamas and its supporters, who seek the destruction of Israel, and met with […]
Lots of Potter-loving children out there eagerly await the arrival of their 11th birthday, upon which they hope a large bearded man will burst into their house, mutilate their cousin, and whisk them away to a school that would only pass an Ofsted inspection because the inspector would get murdered by a troll before they […]
The opportunism of Theresa May’s U-turn for an early general election reveals an exploited populist effort, where the dynamic potential and energetic ire of anti-establishment politics have been re-channelled to serve the elites it was originally formed to oppose. To properly understand this historic development of British politics, we must also consider the broader expansion […]
On the 23rd February, Labour’s lost its safe seat in Copeland. Whilst the seat had been gradually losing labour votes over the years, this was the first-time Labour had lost the seat since 1935. It also marks the first time a party in opposition has managed to lose a by-election in 35 years. Indeed, the […]