Corbyn is winning because the centre-Left has been crowded out by the modern Right, and the far-Left, in all its anger and bitter resentment, has summoned up its energy for one last throw of the totalitarian dice
A new study of once staunch Labour supporters suggests that Labour's problems could be even deeper than assumed. Many Labour voters who deserted the party at the May general election may never vote Labour again
Red Ken Livingstone represents an unending thread of Leftist (brain-dead) thinking -- not alien to the BBC and the Guardian -- which says the real reason Labour got slaughtered was because they weren't Left-wing enough. Oh dear, oh dear...
The Left-leaning parties -- especially Labour, the LibDems and the SNP -- show their contempt for democracy by refusing to pledge an In/Out EU referendum. But their arrogance belies the fact that the Europhiles always get Europe totally wrong
The opinion polls show either that the Conservatives lead Labour by four percentage points, or that they trail Labour by three percentage points. With two and a half weeks to polling day, it could go either way
George Osborne has made as convincing a case for a majority Conservative government at the next election as anyone who lives in the real world could expect. Hopeless Ed Miliband made an even better case for a Tory government. Or shall we go back to debt, bankruptcy and recession?
Sheer panic has gripped Labour, as their almost incomprehensibly daft electoral "strategy" suggests. Let's indeed hope that Miliband continues to be as incompetent as an electoral strategist as he was as a minister
Of the main parties in Parliament, only the Tories are at all serious about dramatically changing the UK's relationship with the EU. And here are some thoughts on what could be changed, says John Redwood MP