TONY BLAIR may claim he is not the ’wobbling’ kind. But the long shadow of the Iraq occupation, the hostage crisis and Labour’s majority being reduced to less than 30 seats at a general election were likely to leave Blair, his ministers and Labour MPs wriggling uncomfortably in their Labour conference...

Respect - the Unity Coalition was formed by George Galloway MP and the Socialist Workers’ Party (SWP) at the beginning of the year. It stood for the first time on June 10.

A "GOOD kicking", a "bloody nose", a "slap in the face" - all the media descriptions of New Labour’s disastrous election results had some reference to being beaten up. They managed to break several records for dreadful results. In the local elections they were the first government ...

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