Seumas Milne. Seumas Milne is Labour's director of strategy and communications. He is a former Guardian columnist and associate editor. October 2015.
Seumas Milne (born 1958) is a British journalist and political aide. He was appointed the Labour Party's Executive Director of Strategy and Communications in October 2015, under new Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn, initially on leave from The Guardian. He left that newspaper in January 2017, in order to work for the party full-time.
Seumas Milne, Jeremy Corbyn’s director of communications, is leaving the Guardian to work permanently for the Labour leader, it has been announced. Milne, who was previously associate editor, and a columnist at the paper, was initially granted unpaid leave to work for Labour, after Corbyn swept to the Labour leadership in 2015.
It’s not migrants who are the marauders and plunderers. The chaos at Calais and the far larger-scale upheaval and suffering across Europe could be brought under control by the kind of managed processing that northern European governments, such as Britain’s, are so keen to avoid.
Seumas Milne: Labour spin doctor, political firebrand and Jeremy Corbyn's guardian angel Labour's 'Leninist' spin doctor Seumas Milne is said to be the man driving the leader's divisive stance on ...
Seumas Milne Retweeted. Jeremy CorbynVerified account @jeremycorbyn May 14. The killing of dozens of unarmed protesters and wounding of many more by Israeli forces in Gaza, on the day President Trump moved the US embassy to Jerusalem, is an outrage that demands not just international condemnation, but action.
Seumas Milne and Russia – a brief history. Thames Television, with its 25 million deaths, has opted for the furthest extreme.’ On second thoughts, Mr S suspects the Guardian archive won’t help to calm tensions in the PLP….
Seumas Milne: In addition to the political will for unification, there is a strong economic case that can no longer be ignored Skip to main content The Guardian - Back to home
The demonisation of Russia risks paving the way for war. A quarter of a century after the end of the cold war, the “Russian threat” is unmistakably back. Vladimir Putin, Britain’s defence secretary Michael Fallon declares, is as great a danger to Europe as “Islamic State”. There may be no ideological confrontation,...
T he war on terror, that campaign without end launched 14 years ago by George Bush, is tying itself up in ever more grotesque contortions. On Monday the trial in London of a Swedish man, Bherlin ...
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