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The ‘McDonnell amendment’ in the media

The campaign has been covered in the media

‘It’s not your party’: Corbyn ally steps up attack on moderate Labour MPs warning that activists are now in charge
Kate Ferguson, The Daily Mail, 18 September 2017

Jon Lansman interview: ‘It’s my objective to give Labour members more power’
Ashley Cowburn, The Independent, 17 September 2017

Labour leadership contenders could make the ballot without any support from MPs
Emma Bean, LabourList, 15 September 2017

An internal struggle awaits at Labour conference
Gareth Morgan, totalpolitics, 13 September 2017

Momentum plotting to ‘storm’ party conference in ‘attack on social democracy’, says Labour MP
Ned Simons, Huffington Post, 12 September 2017

Momentum trying to ‘storm’ Labour conference, MP tells centre-left activists
Peter Edwards, LabourList, 12 September 2017

Labour centrists urge members to oppose leftwing rule changes
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian, 12 September 2017

The 2017 manifesto, not divisive rule changes, should be the star of Labour’s conference
Richard Angell, Huffington Post, 11 September 2017

Powers behind the throne: how the unions control Corbyn’s fate
Kevin Maguire, The Newstatesman, 3rd April 2017

The McDonnell amendment is Labour’s suicide note
Phil Crooks | Medium | 11 May 2017

Why Corbyn’s critics need the McDonnell amendment
Nick Palmer | LabourList | 9 May 2017

Will we avoid the McDonnell amendment by the back door?
Charlie Cadywoud | ProgressOnline | 5 May 2017

Will Corbyn cling on? Part two
Alex Dean | Prospect Magazine | 4 May 2017

What would the parliamentary Labour party look like after a landslide general election defeat?
Charlie Cadywoud | The New Statesman | 4 May 2017

Tussle for swift Labour selections shows new MPs will be central to Corbyn’s future
Peter Edwards | LabourList | 27 April 2017

Labour’s decimation would be a disaster for Britain
Nick Hilton | The Spectator | 25 April 2017

Jeremy Corbyn ‘likely to stay on’ even if Labour suffers crushing election defeat
Ben Kentish | The Independent | 19 April 2017

Labour party to hold emergency selections for constituencies
Rowena Mason and Jessica Elgot | The Guardian | 19 April 2017

For the McDonnell amendment
Phil Burton-Cartledge | Left Futures | 18 April 2017

Even a crushing election defeat might not spell the end of Jeremy Corbyn
Nick Hilton | The Spectator | 18 April 2017

What is Labour’s “McDonnell amendment” – and why does it matter?
Patrick Maguire | The New Statesman | 21 March 2017

How can Labour reunite?
Anushka Asthana | Guardian Politics Weekly podcast | 3 March 2017

How far will Corbyn go to give McDonnell a run at the leadership?
Matt Pound | LabourList | 2 March 2017

Is the “McDonnell amendment” a better choice for Labour members or simply a recipe for electoral disaster?
Ben Gartside | LabourList | 20 February 2017

The Waugh Zone February 16, 2017
Paul Waugh | Huffington Post | 16 February 2017

The McDonnell Amendment: Richard Angell vs. Chris Williamson
Richard Angell and Chris Williamson | Labour Vision | 15 February 2017

Jeremy Corbyn is vital to Labour’s future – whether he’s leader or not
Maya Goodfellow | The Guardian | 14 February 2017

Corbyn’s Labour critics organise locally to prevent leftist successor
Heather Stewart | The Guardian | 12 February 2017

The bell tolls for Corbyn’s leadership, but where are Labour’s centrists?
Matthew d’Ancona | The Guardian | 12 February 2017

Stop the McDonnell amendment
Richard Angell | ProgressOnline | 1 January 2017

Labour members urged to reject plan for lower leadership threshold
Jessica Elgot | The Guardian | 1 January 2017

Reason to be cheerful
Richard Angell | ProgressOnline | 27 October 2016

One tiny change makes Labour unrecognisable
Richard Angell | Times Redbox | 12 September 2016

John McDonnell is deeply unpleasant man – and Jeremy Corbyn wants him to be Labour’s next leader
Tom Harris | The Daily Telegraph | 29 August 2016

Credibility threshold
Caroline Flint MP | ProgressOnline | 23 August 2016

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