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Grey Labour

The hollow and apolitical style that looks set to define a Keir Starmer government can’t survive a world riddled with profound crises. When this unambitious offer crumbles, the Left has to be prepared to answer seriously.

Labour Party Leader and Keir Starmer and Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

In the average British home of the 2020s, the furniture is, very often, grey. Grey chairs, grey carpets, grey sofas. Walls everywhere are grey. The cars on the roads tend to be some form of grey. Bestselling works of erotic fiction detail the many fascinating shades between ‘vanilla’ sexual mores and apparently darker ones. At […]

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