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Crystal ball time – what does the rise of Jeremy Corbyn mean for UK politics in the long term?

The rise and rise of Jeremy Corbyn shocked the Westminster commentariate to their core. Prior to his anointment as Labour Party Leader (it really was a coronation – although Jeremy might have a few reservations about that particular phrase) many well regarded hacks still thought uber-Blairite candidate Liz Kendall was in with a good chance. The electorate rejected left wing politics at the General Election they said – not so said the Labour Party membership.

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Red Ed or Dead Ed: The Leader of the Opposition’s lack of communications nous has cost him dear

A look at Ed Miliband’s trial and tribulations at the beginning of 2012.

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Queen’s Speech LIVE

The 13th Queen’s Speech by a Labour Government (and possibly the last for a while) takes place in the House of Commons today. The Queen will set out the Government’s.

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Civil Servants to come out of the digital shadows

The Government has published its Template Twitter Strategy for Government Departments (even more impressively, it is available for download on a Scribd page), suggesting to civil servants to begin tweeting.

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British MPs start to communicate

I was just pointed to a really interesting gallery on The Independent’s website titled Twitter’s speedy move to the centre of politics. The gallery is compiled with the help from.

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Westminster and the lack of a digital space

Everyone knows how Barack Obama and Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean, have been able to harness Web 2.0 to create a digital grassroots campaign which has been significantly responsible.

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