Increasingly, it seems that identity politics is an elitist luxury.
British Labour Party
As the prime minister’s popularity plummets, his enemies begin their ascent.
New opposition leader Keir Starmer is projecting strength at the expense of the prime minister and his Tory government.
This lack of transparency, coupled with the criticism that the government has been too slow to act in response to the crisis, could be politically costly.
He may be an improvement on Corbyn, but the Labour Party is still far from making a comeback.
Labour turns to "Mr. Darcy" to lead opposition to Boris Johnson
The Tories and Labour almost appear to have switched places: The latter represents the bourgeoisie while the former is the party of the working man.
The British Labour party, having suffered a humiliating defeat in December’s general election, does not appear to have learned its lesson.
U.K. voters have rejected its messiah and his message.
Five years of BoJo beat five years of Jeremy Corbyn any day, and will likely guarantee Brexit. But they spell the death of sane economic policy.