Monthly Archives: September 2015

Corbyn’s Shadow Cabinet – First Impressions

3 days since Jeremy Corbyn announced his first shadow cabinet. My first reaction was “Uh oh John McDonnell as Shadow Chancellor?” Then I realise as Corbyn’s campaign agent in the leadership race McDonnell was bound to be “rewarded” with his preferred … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn – Labour’s 21st Leader

Jeremy Corbyn’s meteoric rise to become Labour Party leader has been stunning. I have never witnessed such a rise to the top of a mainstream political party in all the years I have followed this politics. The bookmakers had Corbyn … Continue reading

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Sebastian Coe’s and the future of Athletics

Now that Sebastian Coe has started his role as International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) chief he will no doubt be inundated with ideas on how to take the sport forward. Here are my own thoughts. Learning from other sports … Continue reading

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