Why I left the Labour Party, or: How identity politics left me questioning who to vote for at the General Election.

Much has been written about the crisis in the Labour Party and of progressive politics as a whole. I’m adding to it not because I claim to hold any authority on the subject, but from a compulsion to share my personal experience, and, as an ex-Labour member, because of my deep frustrations with…

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