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In an unexpected political development, Labour Party apologist Chris Trotter tells his former university lecturer that he can no longer loyally support Labour because it has "jettisoned the energy and idealism of its earlier self." It se...

Just as in 2014, Mike Treen, national secretary of the Unite Union, wants us to vote for Labour in 2017 because its 'the lesser evil'. But accepting Labour as 'the lesser evil' means not working for the greater good. In 2014 Mike Treen, national...

After its overwhelming success in the 2014 General Election, the Did Not Vote Party romped to another impressive victory - this time in the Mt Roskill by-election. With the political system increasingly disconnected from the people it claims to repr...

Martyn Bradbury sings 'Kumbaya' to embarrassed journalist. With Labour slumping to just 23 percent support in the latest Roy Morgan poll, its loyal supporters, like The Daily Blog's Martyn Bradbury, are now clutching at straws... ITS NOT OFTEN th...

Jeremy Corbyn has been re-elected Labour leader and with a bigger majority. But that doesn't mean the heirs of Tony Blair will give up trying to remove him. Is it time to de-select the Blairite MPs? GIVEN THAT HE SEEMS to be responsible for just a...

What if the latest TVNZ Colmar Brunton poll is accurate and Labour is failing to win public support? WHILE I'VE ALWAYS BEEN sceptical of opinion poll politics, the latest TVNZ Colmar Brunton poll should have set the alarms bells ringing within...

The establishment of Economic and Social Research Aotearoa (ESRA) is an exciting new development on the New Zealand left. It  seeks to forge what Sue Bradford describes as "an effective left counter hegemony". LAST WEEK SAW the official...