There is no future for a country with no real approach to developing a green steel industry — Port Talbot’s treatment demonstrates the Tories’ lack of seriousness to this reality.
The Left’s recent defeats have set the movement for system change back at exactly the moment it is most needed – we must rebuild, and quickly.
This week’s Labour conference saw the party lurch further towards the centre – but where 1990s Third Way politics came with a swagger, Keir Starmer’s ‘moderates’ look increasingly insipid.
For the past year, Labour’s leadership has distanced itself from the party’s popular economic policies – only to see them picked up by a cynical Tory government with no intention of bringing them to reality.
Keir Starmer’s decision to abandon the transformative economic policies of the Corbyn era is not just disappointing for the Left – it leaves Labour completely unprepared for the social crises we face.
A Corbyn-led Labour government would be the biggest opportunity to reset Britain’s economy in a generation. But are we ready for it?