Matthew d'Ancona

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The party leader’s name reverberates, but the old leftwing assumption of inevitable victory is his Achilles heel• Matthew d’Ancona is a Guardian columnist. Two years ago, in the thick of Jeremy Corbyn’s first Labour leadership race, I wrote that he “has stormed through the crash barriers of contemporary politics as if they weren’t there” and warned the Tories not to be smug about facing him across the despatch box.feedback
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Jul 10 2017 Labour Party
We found 13 articles in which Matthew d'Ancona said something. The most recent Matthew d'Ancona’s quote is: “The Conservative appetite for harder borders ahead of prosperity is waning as voters’ priorities shift too. Conservative leadership candidate of the week is Philip Hammond. Well, it is his turn, and he has been in clover since the election, relishing his transition from soon-to-be-sacked to impregnable chancellor. His Mansion House speech on Tuesday last week was a triumphant brandishing of the spreadsheet at his fallen or diminished foes in Downing Street.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Matthew d'Ancona 18 times. On this page, you will find all of Matthew d'Ancona’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Mar 20 2017 - NATO

From the travel ban to healthcare to Nato funding, the president is realising that there are limits to the power of his falsehoods. The great philosopher-novelist Umberto Eco once declared that we will always come up against “the hard core of Being” and the “lines of resistance” that tell us when we are talking rubbish, or acting nonsensically.feedback

Mar 12 2017 - Article 50

The row over national insurance for the self-employed is a sign of a party struggling to accept a revolution in the way we work. ‘Why don’t they write about Matthew Taylor’s review of employment practices?” This question was put to me by a senior ally of the prime minister a few months ago, when the papers were full of Brexit – as they will be, once again, this week. The point this person was trying to make was that the government is not exclusively preoccupied by the EU. To paraphrase the exasperation: here we are, taking audacious steps such as appointing Tony Blair’s former policy chief to examine the world of work, and all anyone wants to talk about is article 50.feedback

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