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A Potted History of Tory and Labour Footballers
From Sol Campbell to Mick McCarthy, Frank Lampard to Big Neville Southall, some footballers are willing to stick their heads above the political parapet, whether it’s wise or not.
Why Labour Shouldn't Get Hung Up On the Cost of Its Policies
Trying to do the maths on every promise actually undermines their manifesto.
Corbyn's Cabinet Reshuffle Sees the Messiah Assume His Final Shape
Thursday and Friday's Labour shadow cabinet rejig didn't take as long as January's – thankfully – and felt less omnishambolic than normal.
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Here’s What Would Happen If Jeremy Corbyn Became a Director of Football
Jeremy Corbyn doesn’t want to be ‘President’ of the Labour Party, because “it sounds a bit like a director of football.” Fair enough, as he’d be the worst director of football ever.
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How the Labour Party Sleepwalked Into a Post-Brexit Meltdown
Labour has started to unravel as a result of its failure to inspire Remain votes in the EU referendum, but the rot had set in much earlier than Jeremy Corbyn's rule.