During his trip to Brighton yesterday, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn ruled out working with other progressive parties to form an electoral alliance. Luke Cooper argues this is could be a fatal error on the part of the left-wing leader he supports.
This summer, the UK Labour Party will see another leadership election, but new members of the party are having their right to vote taken away unless they fork out a large sum of cash, and it's a disgrace.
Just minuted after the results from the EU referendum been announced, a coup was brewing inside the UK Labour Party. The majority of Labour MPs have had enough of Jeremy Corbyn. With a leadership contest on the very near horizon, some 100,000 people had joined Labour since the vote, desperate to have their say.
Jeremy Corbyn may have been elected as Labour leader with the biggest mandate in British party political history, but that hasn't stopped his colleagues in Parliament trying to take him out. Richard Seymour argues that this is a well planned coup, an attack on the progressive politics Corbyn and his supporters stand for, and must be resisted at all costs.