Keir Starmer

Total 38 Posts

Almost quiet on the Brexit front.

8 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest analysis on the latest Brexit developments, some thoughts on the role Labour could play, and why we shouldn’t fixate on the vaccines row.

How the pandemic is shaping voting intentions in the UK.

6 min read
More voters trust the Conservatives with the pandemic – The government’s successful rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is the key reason for this renaissance.

Keir Starmer’s political brand: Captain Hindsight or Admiral Foresight?

5 min read
Keir Starmer needs to tell the electorate what he stands for rather than what he doesn’t stand for. He needs to clarify how he has listened and changed the Labour brand.

Brexit constipation.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest analysis on how and why the UK Government, Labour, and the Brexit Ultras are stuck in recurring patterns and debates. So, as the damage mounts, Brexit cannot ‘move on’, but the rest of the world is doing so.

Here’s to Scottish Independence.

7 min read
Once the present pandemic abates, Britain will face a new crisis, a battle for its very survival.

Furlough scheme: UK has no choice but to extend it, but there are serious risks.

5 min read
The Government needs a strong enough boom to ensure the re-opening of jobs that ends the need for further furloughs. But if jobs don’t return for long enough to repay their furlough cost, Sunak will be accused of spending lavishly just to postpone unemployment for a year.

Free school meals: Private profit rather than public benefit.

4 min read
Often, when bad things happen, we want to believe that this is an isolated error that can be easily rectified. More often, though, this error is systemic: the outcome of a system structured to do exactly this – like the UK school meal fiasco.
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