The first is Rafael Behr on Labour’s leader Jeremy Corbyn. He argues that Corbyn may be unassailable, but he is not leading the party. He says as Labour languishes in the polls, even his allies see that he lacks the ability to move their project forward. Behr writes: … [Read more...] about Your opinions: Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership – and investors profiting from climate change
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That becomes clearer by the day. The tragedy is that so many thousands of people had to die before the full extent of his ineptitude, crony politics and deceit was exposed. … [Read more...] about Paul Routledge: Forget the monkey… it’s the organ grinder’s fault
One senior MP said the party would be watching the polls closely and that he was “frankly amazed” that Johnson’s popularity was holding up. A bit like the virus, there might be a two-week lag before the public comes to fully realise that the government is failing to get the testing issue under control, they said. … [Read more...] about No 10 seeks to end coronavirus lockdown with ‘immunity passports’
And many in the NHS fear that cold weather will see a second spike in Covid-19, coupled with the normal winter flu season, and the possibility of a measles outbreak after many children missed their vaccinations. At just the time our hospitals get back to normal, they may face huge pressure again - and after having lost hundreds of medics to the first wave. … [Read more...] about One day this will be over. And what will you do?