Starmer and Davey have gone quiet on Brexit. That is good news for remainers even while many find it frustrating.
Labour might be squeamish about food banks, but perhaps it should propose formalising them to achieve greater good.
Four years after the referendum, and six months after final defeat at the latest General Election, Remain continues to shape political divides.
Why has so much self interest been lost from the sales pitch for policies that clearly stand to benefit normal people?
The Board of Deputies Ten Pledges is a huge opportunity for Labour. Deputy and Leadership candidates who don’t see that, are missing a trick.
While Corbynites must accept Corbyn was a liability, anti-Corbynites must face the equally genuine evidence that his policy direction was not unpopular.