Labour Party

We must defy Starmer’s undermining of Young Labour
Activism

We must defy Starmer’s undermining of Young Labour

Rising up — After attempts to bar Jeremy Corbyn and the Palestine Solidarity Campaign from the Labour Party’s annual conference, activists are speaking out about the leadership’s continued silencing of Young Labour.

Written by: Mark Montegriffo

Nadia Whittome deserves our support, not derision
Activism

Nadia Whittome deserves our support, not derision

Fighting stigma — As the 24-year-old MP takes time off due to PTSD, we must celebrate her bravery in speaking openly about mental health and continue to fight for access to care and support for everyone suffering.

Written by: Ben Smoke

It's time we stopped treating antisemitism as a factional tool
Opinion

It's time we stopped treating antisemitism as a factional tool

Time to reflect — After a dramatic day which saw the release of a damning report into Labour’s handling of antisemitism and the suspension of former leader Jeremy Corbyn, writer Em Hilton calls for an end to utilising oppression for political gain

Written by: Em Hilton

General Election 2019: we want you to vote Labour
Opinion

General Election 2019: we want you to vote Labour

The Huck view — Politics isn’t a game. With all the fanfare surrounding election day, it’s easy to forget what’s at stake.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Ali Milani: the young muslim immigrant taking on the PM
Activism

Ali Milani: the young muslim immigrant taking on the PM

Knock Knock: An Election Special — Will this be the first time that a serving Prime Minister loses his seat? Uxbridge’s Labour candidate Ali Milani is running against Boris Johnson, in an effort to make that happen.

Written by: Josh Schot

How the UK media became a mouthpiece for the Tories
Opinion

How the UK media became a mouthpiece for the Tories

Impartiality anyone? No? — Our biggest and best-known media commentators are intent on delivering an election result that preserves their power – keeping it in the hands of the few, not the many.

Written by: Des Freedman

Nadia Whittome: Labour’s bright young hope for Britain
Activism

Nadia Whittome: Labour’s bright young hope for Britain

Knock Knock: An Election Special — At just 23 years old, Nadia Whittome – the Labour candidate for Nottingham East – stands at the brink of a life-changing election for herself and her country. In this Huck election special, we join her on the campaign trail to find out how she got here, and what she hopes to achieve next.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Coats out, votes out: how to survive the final push
Opinion

Coats out, votes out: how to survive the final push

Six days to save the country — With just days left to change the country, writer Dawn Foster shares her tips on making a difference (and looking good while doing it).

Written by: Dawn Foster

The police have banned Huck's News Editor from doing his job
Activism

The police have banned Huck's News Editor from doing his job

An affront to press freedom — Huck’s News Editor Michael Segalov has been refused security clearance to attend Labour Party Conference by the police despite having no criminal record, and they’re refusing to tell us why.

Written by: Michael Segalov

If Labour loses this election, MPs still criticising Corbyn must take a share of the blame
Opinion

If Labour loses this election, MPs still criticising Corbyn must take a share of the blame

From Where I Stand — Jeremy Corbyn critics in Westminster have long said he is unelectable. But now, as a general election gets underway, it's finally clear that its his politics that some Labour MPs want to fight against. It's a kamikaze mission that cannot end well.

Written by: Michael Segalov

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