Centrists Win a Round in Britain — But a Larger Battle Against Unreasonableness Looms

Centrists Win a Round in Britain: The British Labor Party has won its largest maturity since the founding of the party over a century ago , securing at least 412 of the House of Common’s 650 seats. And in an age of populism and polarization, it has done so on a moderate, central platform.

Centrists Win a Round in Britain: The new interpretation of Labor — led by Keir Starmer, a former mortal rights counsel who served as the head of the Crown Prosecution Service may feel reassuringly evocative of the agreement of the 1990s and early 2000s, when moderate revolutionaries like Bill Clinton and Tony Blair were committed to liberal economics, liberal republic and a liberal global order.