Labour Party

Be A Voice: Labour’s Support for a Second Referendum

Be A Voice: Labour’s Support for a Second Referendum

With the rejection of Labour’s new amendment in Parliament, Corbyn has broken his streak of ambiguity to publicly support this second vote. It is fundamental to set aside party agendas at this point to truly grasp what a second referendum would mean for Britain.

Be a Voice: Reforming Higher Education in the UK

Be a Voice: Reforming Higher Education in the UK

“Data gathered from The Higher Education Statistics Agency shows that the number of first-class and second-class degrees awarded from British Universities has soared. In the 2016/17 academic year, 26% of students graduating from British universities were leaving with a first-class degree, an 8% increase from 2013.” Lucinda discusses the possibility for reform within the higher education sector.

Be a Voice: Just How New is the "New" Socialism of the Labour Party?

Be a Voice: Just How New is the "New" Socialism of the Labour Party?

“It is hard to miss how awash the news and social media are with the ‘New Socialism’ of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party. From his unexpected rise in 2015, the Labour leader has created a new appealing vision for British socialism, especially among young adults and some people on the left.” Ewan analyses the “New Socialism” of Labour under Jeremy Corbyn.

Be a Voice: Where Brexit has left us now – Labour special report

Be a Voice: Where Brexit has left us now – Labour special report

After more than 40 years membership with the European Union, the UK has voted to leave. We are now half way through the two-year period of Brexit negotiations, and it is scheduled that the UK will depart the EU at 11 pm GMT, on Friday, March 29th 2019. But where has Brexit left us now? Jujia Li investigates. 

Be A Voice: Labour must address national identity if it is to win England

Be A Voice: Labour must address national identity if it is to win England

"With Theresa May’s Conservative government in disarray, Jeremy Corbyn’s claim that the Labour Party are a government in waiting may not seem so far from the truth." So why is Labour still behind in the polls, and what does it have to do with identity?