Red Labour is the antidote



The Labour right’s past flirtations with migrant-bashing could cause them problems, writes SOLOMON HUGHES
THERESA May has come up with a formula to try win over public opinion. It has a bitter aftertaste, but it could become popular. And it is very clear that for all their talk about Jeremy Corbyn’s weakness and their strength, the Labour mainstream have nothing as powerful as May’s medicine.
The only antidote to the new Tory-poison lies in the shift that Corbyn and his supporters have prescribed for the party.
Firstly, May is adding full-strength migrant-bashing to her brew. When stuff as... read more

 
8 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 31
Source: Morning Star
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