Mark Drakeford Labour
14 May 2021

Hartlepool, Wales and winning back the Red Belt

14 May 2021,
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One of these days, the Labour party will actually have a grown-up discussion about an election. But over the last week or so that […]


9 May 2021

Biden’s Presidency: Challenges facing the US left

9 May 2021,
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Part 2 of an examination of Biden’s first 100 days. A demographic transformation has made the United States a much less cohesive society than […]


7 May 2021

Biden shores up domestic defences for global push

7 May 2021,
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Donald Trump was fond of calling his Democrat opponent ‘sleepy Joe’ but the first 100 days of Joe Biden’s presidency have been anything but […]


How an unexplained death influenced Collateral Damage
13 April 2021

How an unexplained death influenced Collateral Damage

13 April 2021,
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It was a bright Mediterranean day in 1987. The resort was drenched in sun, looking like something from a travel brochure. We’d gathered in […]


Tony Benn Collateral Damage
6 April 2021

Benn’s prescient warning after the US bombed Libya in 1986

6 April 2021,
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The 1986 US air strikes on Libya, which form the backdrop to Collateral Damage, were a watershed moment in world politics. To a degree, […]


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