January 2019

Labour must change course as crash out looms closer

The clear and highly dangerous outcome of the shenanigans in the House of Commons yesterday is, that as a result of May’s dramatic U-turn into the arms of the European Research Group (ERG), writes Alan Davies.

30th January 2019 // 0 Comments

Labour’s Immigration Bill fiasco

Diane Abbott, John McDonnell and Jeremy Corbyn are distinguished by political careers devoted to anti-racism and defending migrants’ rights writes Andy Stowe.

29th January 2019 // 2 Comments

Against the coup intervention in Venezuela!

This statement was issued by the PRT, Mexican section of the Fourth International, on 23 January 2019. The Workers’ Revolutionary Party (PRT) stands emphatically against [...]

24th January 2019 // 0 Comments

Developing the National Education Service

One of the big ideas in the Labour Party’s manifesto for the General Election in 2017 was the creation of a National Education Service (NES), writes Jon Duveen. This idea [...]

23rd January 2019 // 0 Comments

Ireland’s British border 

The opening shots of the Irish War of Independence were fired one hundred years ago this week on January 21st 1919 writes Barney Cassidy. The 3rd Tipperary Brigade of [...]

21st January 2019 // 3 Comments

A general election will not resolve Brexit

The government is in a state of collapse. May has suffered two humiliating Parliamentary defeats in the last week and will suffer another one on Tuesday. Meanwhile Britain is [...]

11th January 2019 // 3 Comments

The new undesirables

Sivamohan Valluvan and Eleanor Penny unpack neoliberal attitudes to migration and ‘low-value’ humans. Presiding over an otherwise vacuous [...]

10th January 2019 // 0 Comments

£350 million and Turkey

See if you can guess where this quote comes from asks Andy Stowe who reviews Brexit: The Uncivil War. “The whole country — the whole world — can see our rotten parties [...]

9th January 2019 // 6 Comments

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