Has the British Labor Party reinvented itself?

Did the British Labor Party agree to Brexit, talk of family, nation, and chuck out the anti-semites?

Just when democracy looks dead, comes this.  The British Labour party got savaged in the last election, but they appear to have quietly reinvented themselves.

The new leader, Keir Starmer, “set his sights on the Red Wall seats that Labour had lost.”

Keir Starmer, a true conservative

Maurice Glasman, UnHerd

Brexit was the fault-line that destroyed the Left and created a one-nation Conservatism that would push Labour back to its progressive comfort zone in the big cities, sealing it off from the small towns and working class heartlands forever. The Conservatives would be in power for a generation and when Keir Starmer was elected leader, it sealed the deal. A Remainian lawyer could never heal the wounds.

They [the Tory’s] didn’t notice when he said that the issue of Brexit had been resolved and Labour supported leaving the EU by the end of the year. The biggest issue in British politics had dissolved into a previous era and the Covid response was centre stage. They didn’t notice when Rebecca Long-Bailey was sacked and all links with the […]Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)

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September 27, 2020 at 10:21AM

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