Here are some of the places where Richard Angell has appeared in the press:

2017 Heroes
George Elsmere, Caramel Latte Kiss, 21 December 2017

Former minister says ‘quite a few’ Tory MPs will now want Theresa May to resign – Politics live
Andrew Sparrow, The Guardian live blog, 5 October 2017

Progress joy as it confirms funding until 2020
Peter Edwards, LabourList, 5 October 2017

Richard Angell: ‘Totally bizarre’ that Brexit not being dicsussed
Richard Angell, Channel 4 News, 25 September 2017

Labour activist Richard Angell says anyone found guilty of abusing Laura Kuennsberg should be kicked out
Richard Angell, talkRADIO, 25 September 2017

Corbyn says he is wary of committing to stay in European single market
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian, 25 September 2017

Corbyn camp blocks Brexit vote
Jim Pickard, The Financial Times, 25 September 2017

Labour MP brands own party a ‘laughing stock’ for failure to debate Brexit
Rob Merrick, The Independent, 25 September 2017

Labour divisions exposed as conference vote on Brexit ruled out
BT, 25 September 2017

Pro-EU MPs left furious as Labour conference votes not to have a debate on Brexit
Dan Bloom, The Mirror, 25 September 2017

Revealed: The left’s top 100 power list
LabourList, 25 September 2017

Corbyn’s Labour must avoid the fate of Hollande’s Parti Socialiste
Richard Angell, Foundation for European Progressive Studies, 21 September 2017

Boris, Brexit and the Labour party
Anushka Ashthana, Guardian Politics Weekly podcast, 20 September 2017

Jeremy Corbyn unveils ‘power grab’ to strengthen the left’s grip on Labour party
Joe Murphy, Evening Standard, 20 September 2017

Revolution at the NEC slashes the odds on a leftwing successor to Corbyn
Peter Edwards, LabourList, 20 September 2017

Labour rule changes backed by ruling NEC
BBC News, 19 September 2017

Labour review to ask NEC to agree more power for members
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian, 19 September 2017

Marginalising Labour MPs will do nothing to put the government on the back foot
Richard Angell, Huffington Post, 15 September 2017

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

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

Labour could keep Britain in the single market and signed up to EU rules permanently, claims shadow minister
Alain Tolhurst, The Sun, 29 August 2017

Labour must make the single market shift permanent – it’s what the membership and our voters want
Richard Angell, LabourList, 28 August 2017

Discrediting the centre-left is no way to beat the right
Richard Angell, Huffington Post, 15 August 2017

Former Blair aide and Owen Jones slap down calls for new centrist party
Peter Edwards, LabourList, 9 August 2017

Government ‘naive’ in expecting 21,000 recruits to join bruised sector
Mental Health Today, 3 August 2017

The quiet civil war for control of the Labour grassroots machine
Marie Le Conte, Newstatesman, 21 July 2017

Tony Blair: Must we love him or loathe him? Don Brind says no
Don Brind, Political Betting, 17 July 2017

Corbyn critics win election to Labour parliamentary committee
Rowena Mason, The Guardian, 7 July 2017

Jeremy Corbyn needs to end the intimidation of Labour MPs, says director of centrist pro-Labour pressure group
Amy Southall, talkRADIO, 6 July 2017

Britain’s turn to the left?
Simon Veazey, The Epoch Times, 6 July 2017

Corbyn-sceptic think tank on brink on collapse
Lee Harpin, Jewish Chronicle, 26 June 2017

Momentum should be proud of their innovation: Progress welcoming address
Richard Angell, LabourList, 24 June 2017

Lord Sainsbury pulls funding from Progress and other political causes
Julia Rampen, New Statesman, 23 June 2017

Billionaire supermarket tycoon cancels funding for Progress
Emma Bean, LabourList, 23 June 2017

UK’s biggest political donor, Lord Sainsbury, to end his contributions
Heather Stewart, The Guardian, 23 June 2017

Terrorists won’t keep us off the streets, witness tells LBC
Matt Stadlen, LBC, 4 June 2017

Witness describes scenes of panic during Borough Market incident
Hannah Al-Othman, Buzzfeed, 4 June 2017

Blairites embark on final push to defend nine MPs in iconic northern seats
Peter Edwards, LabourList, 25 May 2017

Bean over Britain: It was a wet weekend in Wales but activists are fired up to defend this dedicated Labour MP
Emma Bean, LabourList, 22 May 2017

Momentum, Progress and Labour First hit the doorstep to support candidates
Emma Bean, LabourList, 9 May 2017

Labour must hold Brexit Britain together
Richard Angell, Portland, 17 March 2017

Brexit Briefing
Victoria Dean, Portland, 17 March 2017

The skills to build the future economy: Powell and Greenwood lead Labour debate on delivering better jobs and pay
Emma Bean, LabourList, 16 March 2017

No Easy Answers
Daniel Finn, Jacobin, 7March 2017

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

The tide has turned against Team Corbyn
Matt Chorley, Times red box editor, 3 March 2017

Under her heel
Tim Shipman, the Sunday Times, 26 February 2017

Populist wave falls short in ‘Brexit capital of Britain,’ but Labour’s troubles deepen
Griff White, Washington Post, 24 February 2017

Corbyn vows to speak up for the regions as he defends his leadership
Editorial, Yorkshire Post, 24 February 2017

The five things you need to know about the Copeland and Stoke Central by-elections
The Waugh Zone, Huffington Post, 24 February 2017

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

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

Momentum in bitter war of words over any move to affiliate with Labour
Jessica Elgot, The Guardian, 11 January 2017

Will Momentum be able to affiliate to Labour?
George Eaton, New Statesman, 11 January 2017

Jeremy Corbyn wades into Momentum row with unity plea
Kevin Schofield, Politics Home, 21 December 2016

Unite leader’s aide leaves Communist party to join Labour
Daniel Boffey, The Guardian, 10 December 2016

Benn at risk as vengeful hard left seizes seat
Andrew Gilligan, Sunday Times, 20 November 2016

Jeremy Corbyn insists allies must stay in frontbench jobs
Daniel Boffey, The Guardian, 1 October 2016

What will Labour’s new awkward squad do next?
Julia Rampen, New Statesman, 27 September 2016

Pleas made for Jewish Labour supporters to remain in the party
Justin Cohen, Jewish News Online, 26 September 2016

We must stay and fight Jeremy Corbyn if he wins Labour leadership contest, says Blairite pressure group
Amy Southall,, 23 September 2016

“If we stay, if we fight”- Progress issues defiant message to members as Corbyn stands on brink of re-election
LabourList, 22 September 2016

Jeremy Corbyn criticised after appearing with anti-Semitism row activist
Emilio Casalicchio, Politics Home, 6 September 2016

Factional tensions increase as Progress director accuses Momentum of ‘asset-stripping the Labour party’
Sarah Pine, LabourList, 1 September 2016

‘This isn’t bloody funny’: JK Rowling laments Corbyn’s strong position
Anushka Asthana, The Guardian, 31 August 2016

A Key Part of Tom Watson’s ‘Trotsky’ Evidence Comes from Labour’s Leading Right Wing Think Tank
Solomon Hughes, 19 August 2016

Anti-Corbyn campaigners are recruiting lapsed Labour members – but is it legal?
Julia Rampen, New Statesman, 18 July 2016

Labour members not happy after receiving email addressed to ‘Firstname’ asking them to donate £20
Laura Hughes, Daily Telegraph, 22 May 2016

Labour’s Khan becomes first Muslim mayor of London after bitter campaign
William James and Elizabeth Piper, Reuters, 8 May 2016

Labour’s Sadiq Khan Beats Zac Goldsmith to Become London’s First Muslim Mayor
Reuters, Haaretz, 6 May 2016 9:19 PM

Jeremy Corbyn Faces His First Elections And Everyone Expects Labour To Lose
Jim Waterson, BuzzFeed UK, 4 May 2016

Labour under pressure to launch inquiry over youth vote row
Peter Edwards, LabourList, 29 February 2016

Jeremy Corbyn Supporters Face Key Test As Momentum Candidate Battles It Out For Place On National Executive Committee
Paul Waugh, Huffington Post, 26 February 2016

Three reasons why Labour could struggle to win in 2020 – and it’s nothing to do with Corbyn
Natasha Clark, The Times, 12 November 2015

The fight for Labour’s soul is just beginning
Dan Hodges, Daily Telegraph, 2 November 2015

Bedtime for Blair
The Waugh Zone, 29 October 2015

What is the Jeremy Corbyn Momentum?
Julie Hyland, World Socialist Web Site, 22 October 2015

New group Labour Together to be launched
George Eaton, New Statesman, 21 October 2015

Labour MP Jamie Reed hits out at ‘attempted hostile takeover of new ‘Momentum’ group by far left entryists
Owen Bennett, Huffington Post, 16 October 2015

Corbyn and Momentum Should and Will Be Judged by the Ballot Box
Elliott Adair, Huffington Post, 16 October 2015

Labour must lead in making the positive case for Europe
Christabel Cooper, Progressonline, 5 October 2015

The winners of the Labour conference
George Eaton, New Statesman, 30 September 2015

Labour moderates warns Corbyn party must be clear on policy
Patrick Wintour and Rajeev Syal, The Guardian, 27 September 2015

Blairites feel like the ‘inside of a pig’s head’, says Tristram Hunt
Ned Simons, Huffington Post, 27 September 2015

Blairites play the long game as they head into ‘the unknown’
Total Politics, 25 September 2015

Modernising Modernisers
Richard Angell, Huffington Post, 25 September 2015

‘New Labour is over’ –Progress calls for new modernisation process
LabourList, 25 September 2015

The Waugh Zone September 25, 2015
Ned Simons, Huffington Post, 25 September 2015

Nyt valgsystem for demokratisk for Labour/New electoral system of democratic Labour
Mette Rodgers, Information | 20 August 2015

Should Labour restore ‘Clause IV’?
BBC News, 9 August 2015

In the battle for post-Miliband Labour, Unite’s leadership fights from a position of weakness, not strength
Rob Marchant, Labour Uncut | 5 June 2015

Daily catch-up: religion, politics and roads named after dictators
John Rentoul, The Independent | 2 April 2015

Richard Angell confirmed as new director of Progress as group launches new targeted marginals campaign
Conor Poper, LabourList | 27 November 2014

Miliband wins vote on Labour party reforms with overwhelming majority: Politics live blog
Andrew Sparrow, The Guardian | 1 March 2014

Commons Confidential: In paradise with Ashcroft
Kevin McGuire, The New Statesman | 23 May 2013

Young members get political
CWU | 26 February 2013

Teenage girl heckled at Labour Party conference for saying she enjoys going to an academy school
Tim Shipman and Tamara Cohen, The Daily Mail | 4 October 2012

Just Labour
Reesesrants | 25 July 2012

Labour’s U-turn on equal marriage: why is equality for minority groups a matter of conscience?
Owen Jones, The Independent | 11 December 2011

LBC Book Club – Richard Angell, Rowenna Davis & Owen Jones
Iain Dale, LBCBookClub | 26 September 2011

Labour’s yes to AV
The Guardian | 8 December 2010

So what exactly is ‘progressive’ in politics?
Brian Wheeler, BBC News | 26 November 2010

Labour’s new civil war
Dan Hodges, The New Statesman | 25 November 2010

Richard Angell and James O’Malley on House of Comments – Episode 32
Mark Thompson’s blog | 1 July 2010

London Pub Refuses to Serve Gay Political Group Which Had Booked a Social Evening
UK Gay News | 15 June 2010

Twitter 1 Greencoat Boy 0
Grace Fletcher-Hackwood, Labour Uncut | 6 June 2010

You don’t have to be homophobic to work in the Greencoat Boy, but it helps!
Political Scrapbook | 5 June 2010

Central London pub refuses to serve gay customers
Caspar Aremi, So So Gay | 5 June 2010

Foreign Office Celebrates 500 Gay ‘Civil Partnerships’ Registered in British Consulates Worldwide
UK Gay News | 30 October 2009

Fifty Protest at Saudi Embassy Over Lashings of Gays
UK Gay News | 19 October 2007

Debate is about to get personal
Times Higher Education | 14 July 2006

Jon Henley, The Guardian | 8 June 2006

Student leader in Thatcher party row
Birmingham Mail | 6 June 2006

Student apology for Thatcher call
BBC online | 6 June 2006

Ban for exclusive Christian body
BBC online | 25 January 2006

Get me the president
Rob Marten, The Guardian | 23 April 2005

Minimum wage to be set for young workers
Press Association, The Guardian | 15 March 2004

The teenagers who can’t vote
Carolyne Willow, The Guardian | 6 June 2001

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