Chuka Umunna


The Corbyn Citizen: How it might just work

Posted on October 1st, by Tom Black in Politics & Society. 4 comments

After Robert Ward’s more pessimistic prediction, unashamed Corbynista Tom Black foretells a year of quiet success for Labour’s new leader, writing from the perspective of 2016

What a difference a year makes. As conference season gears up again, the mood in the various political camps has changed. While Labour looks a lot more optimistic – and certainly more united – than last year, we should … Read More »



BBC Question Time comes to Trinity School, Croydon

Posted on March 30th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Trinity School’s Concert Hall was turned into the set for BBC’s Question Time on Thursday 19th March. Rob Hopkin, the programme’s director, said, “Trinity pupils asked some of the best questions from any school we have ever visited. It was a pleasure to work with them”.

Release begins: Trinity School’s Concert Hall was turned into the set for BBC’s Question Time on Thursday 19th March to record … Read More »



The Public Gallery: Big beasts a-roarin’ as UKIP demotes McKenzie

Posted on March 12th, by Tom Black in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

Tom Black reports on the big noises in and around Croydon’s political sphere, and the Public Gallery branches out into radio

Big beasts spotted in Croydon

Two high-powered political women came to the aid of their candidates in the increasingly knife-edge Croydon Central contest last weekend. For Labour, Tessa Jowell – former Olympics minister and quite possibly the next mayor of London – campaigned … Read More »