Articles by Dom Anderson
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Class warfare never helped anyone

Dom Anderson  |  20 April 2017

John McDonnell’s suggestion that those earning £70,000 per year are ‘rich’ is the kind of policy that alienates voters from all economic backgrounds, argues Dom Anderson Back in January I wrote this piece setting out why Labour could not risk turning itself into a party that punishes success and penalises aspiration. Everything I wrote then the …

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Being anti-success won’t bring victory

Dom Anderson  |  19 January 2017

Voters will see policies like the wage cap as embracing the politics of envy – and they will never forgive us for it, writes Dom Anderson Last week I waited for the fabled Jeremy Corbyn relaunch with trepidation, I wondered quite how someone who has so far proven so unpopular with voters could magically become a …

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