2017

19th July 2017, Labour List: We mustn’t hang about: party to pick 75 candidates for key marginal seats this year

18th July 2017, The Guardian: What the Tories don’t understand about Momentum

17th July 2017, The Times: The Tories need their own version of Momentum (pdf )

16th July 2017, The Guardian: Jon Lansman: ‘To keep Labour’s new members engaged, we must give them power’

13th July 2017, The Times: Recruit members or we’ll fine you, Shinzo Abe’s party tells MPs (pdf)

5th July 2017, NewStatesman: ‘Theresa May isn’t cool’: do the Tories need their own Momentum?

3rd July 2017, Labour List: Will they, won’t they: that vexed question of deselection raises its ugly head again

3rd July 2017, Conservative Home: Simon Marcus: The Conservatives needs a grassroots army to match Labour’s

1st July 2017, Huffington Post: For Jeremy Corbyn’s right-hand man Ian Lavery, control of the Labour party is just the beginning

30th June 2017, Huffington Post: Momentum activists take control of local Labour parties ahead of Brighton conference

30th June 2017, Huffington Post: Labour Chairman Ian Lavery warns party shake-up will include MP reselection

24th June 2017, Mark Pack blog: Lib Dem leadership survey results: Liberal Democrat Newswire #101

20th June 2017, Huffington Post: Jeremy Corbyn allies plan ‘purge’ of Labour HQ in bid to stamp his authority on party

15th June 2017, BBC News: Young deeply pessimistic about social mobility, survey says

15th June 2017, The Times: The ‘revenge of the young’ election is a wake-up call for the government (pdf)

14th June 2017, NewStatesman: ‘Almost every constituency we targeted, we won’: The inside story of Labour’s ground game.

13th June 2017, The Conversation: Labour’s resurgence must in part be due to its bold membership experiment

12th June 2017, Pop Politics Aus: Strange bedfellows? The ideological migration of UKIP voters to Labour in the 2017 general election

6th June 2017, BuzzFeed News: Labour centrist have a problem: Jeremy Corbyn is doing too well

16th May 2017, NewStatesman: Armchair activists or mass mobilisers? How Momentum is shaping Labour’s campaign

19th May 2017, Labour List: Whatever the result on June 8th, simply growing the membership is not the answer

17th May 2017, Tom’s curiosity shop: Why income inequality implications of May and Corbyn governments may well be similar

9th May 2017, The Times: It’s time for Labour moderates to jump ship (pdf)

5th May 2017, NewStatesman: What do general election selection battles reveal about Jeremy Corbyn’s legacy

1st May 2017, Conservative Home: John Strafford: Conservatives must not let the polls lull them into complacency

26th April 2017, The Conversation: Corbynism might not actually end – even if Labour loses the election

24th April 2017, Mark Pack blog: VIDEO: What do campaigners actually get up to in an election?

21st April 2017, The Guardian: Labour takes to the streets and social media to reach voters

24th March 2017, The Staggers – NewStatesman: Why isn’t Labour putting forward Corbynite candidates?

24th March 2017, Huffington Post: Momentum Organiser tells Labour MPs not to block party members from picking Jeremy Corbyn’s successor

23rd March 2017, NewStatesman: Losing Momentum: how Jeremy Corbyn’s support group ran out of steam

23rd March 2017, The Guardian: The inside story of the Tory election scandal

20th March 2017, Labour List: The Momentum “plot” is only about returning power to the members

4th March 2017, The Guardian: Momentum plans relaunch to end factional infighting

26th February 2017, Labour List: Momentum: Copeland was a devastating result but we must renew Labour and step up fight against austerity and the far-right

16th February 2017, NewStatesman: Is Jeremy Corbyn losing his supporters after voting for Brexit?

4th February 2017, Reaction: Can the Labour party be saved when Labour has changed so much?

23rd January 2017, Labour List: Labour Representation Committee takes aim at “undemocratic” Momentum over controversial member reforms

23rd January 2017, Ipsos Mori: Trade Unions still seen as essential to protecting workers’ rights but rise in number seeing them as having too much power

17th January 2017, Ipsos Mori: Global study shows potential for more political uncertainty ahead