Two cheers for Labour housing polic

Two cheers for Labour housing polic

Mind the gaps says Duncan Bowie but the new policy does put social housing back centre stage. About two weeks before the local elections, Jeromy…

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Italy's populist coalition

Italy’s populist coalition

Photograph Five Star Movement (M5S) leader Luigi Di Maio and League leader Matteo Salvini Elly Schlein outlines the dangers of the new populist/rightist coalition Three…

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Brexit Bromide

Brexit Bromide

  While a Brexit bonus is a lie Peter Kenyon checks out progress and sees opportunity at this year’s Labour Annual Conference This is a…

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Chartist Editor’s Report 2018

Chartist Editor’s Report 2018

Political context & Brexit Blues Brexit continues to dominate the domestic political agenda. This is the fundamental issue of a generation and probably the most…

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Local change-makers

Local change-makers

Bob Littlewood on prospects for Labour councils in the face of continuing austerity At election time we talk about Labour Councils’ achievements rather than the…

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How Labour can put the wind up the Tories

How Labour can put the wind up the Tories

David Toke calls for more onshore windfarms Labour is well placed to embarrass the Tories by attacking the Government’s war on the onshore wind industry…

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Selling the NHS

Selling the NHS

NHS –not safe in Tory hands Stephanie Clark explains that both cutbacks and creeping privatisation is threatening the NHS in England and how to stop…

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IRELAND’S BREXIT BORDERS?

IRELAND’S BREXIT BORDERS?

Could Ireland’s border be the stumbling block for Brexit? James Anderson on carrots and sticks and collateral damage. What are Britain’s Brexit negotiators up to…

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UK disabled people face human catastrophe

UK disabled people face human catastrophe

  Miro Griffiths explains the need for a socially just welfare system. The UK government did not react with horror following the concluding observations from…

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Haringey – the first ‘Corbyn Council’?

Haringey – the first ‘Corbyn Council’?

  Now the dust has settled, it looks like Haringey’s new council in May will have a majority of councillors from the left, with a…

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Remain, Reform, Rebuild: the 3R strategy for Labour on Brexit

Remain, Reform, Rebuild: the 3R strategy for Labour on Brexit

Remain, Reform, Rebuild: the 3R strategy for Labour on Brexit Labour will have to sort the Tory Brexit mess by committing to the 3R strategy…

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