Britain

Second referendum moves closer

It was yet another momentous week in British politics, writes Alan Davies. As well as an ongoing constitutional crisis, it saw significant progress towards a second [...]

30th March 2019 // 1 Comment

The differences between cats and dogs

Cats and dogs are pretty similar to the inexpert eye writes Andy Stowe. Both have four legs, a tail, hairy bodies and can ruin the furniture. But every cat owner has had a [...]

29th March 2019 // 2 Comments

A million on the streets of London

Corbyn should be loudly championing the call for a second referendum and arguing with voters who voted Leave last time to support Remain.

24th March 2019 // 6 Comments

Stop Brexit and get rid of the Tories

This government of millionaires, Islamophobes and English nationalists is teetering on the edge of collapse. A mass showing by LP members on March 23 would help as well as put pressure on Labour to take the leadership of the largest mass movement in the country, the movement against Brexit.

17th March 2019 // 0 Comments

I, Dolours: a woman’s political biography

To her dying day, Dolours believed that only a united Ireland would give meaning to the suffering of her aunt and the human cost of the struggle to achieve it.

7th March 2019 // 0 Comments

Labour are also running down the clock

The consequences of a Tory Government driving the country over the cliff could
be catastrophic for the future of the government party. Labour faces dangerous
times as well. Any idea that a Tory crisis on this scale could open up a big opportunity for Labour is excluded.

17th February 2019 // 3 Comments

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