Politics on the Cheap

Labour’s financial crisis was made inevitable by Keir Starmer sacrificing loyal supporters and socialist policies to impress millionaire backers. Unfortunately for Labour’s leader, the super-rich already have a party that serves their interests.

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With membership figures sinking like a stone, it came as no surprise to learn in July that the Labour Party is in major financial trouble. David Evans, the party’s general secretary, informed a meeting of the National Executive Committee (NEC) that a further ninety Labour staff—around a quarter of its total workforce—would be made redundant, […]

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