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#EURef note: BIG new poll from Survation!

As we sit in the middle of a key, cold month in Cameron's botched re-negotiation plans, we're given a BIG new poll by pollsters Survation....

What is Santa bringing Labour List for Christmas?

Trevor Fisher on things Labour List don't want to talk about Having had some difficulties in getting into the Labour List network – they have...

Review article: Frank Lee on Tariq Ali

Pessimism of the intellect, pessimism of the will   Frank Lee asks: has Tariq Ali gone soft on the USA or does he just overlook some...

War Without End – by Clive Lewis MP

Clive Lewis MP, shadow minister for Energy and Climate  veteran of the Afghanistan war says it is time to learn from the past and...

Beyond the fragments

Trevor Fisher sees a Tory agenda that is cold, clever and calculating. It needs to be taken seriously   While the Labour situation is dominating attention, it...

Syriza wins but at what price?

Marina Prentoulis surveys the uncertain terrain left by Syriza's second election triumph

New Greenwatch Blog!

The Greenwatch columns have been running in the print issue of CHARTIST for years, so CHARTIST is now thrilled to launch its new GREENWATCH blog In the...

Picturing left politics: Introducing Adrian Teal

Last week we launched our new Corbyn epoch masthead by Adrian Teal. Here we talk to Adrian whose work also adorned the front of our Labour conference...

Don Flynn on migrants rights in #277

Challenging the ‘hostile environment’ fallacy is the central key task for Corbyn’s stand on immigration, argues Don Flynn in the latest CHARTIST   Jeremy Corbyn is not short...

BLOG: #EURef – INNIES vs. OUTIES polls

Survation's September polling on the EU referendum caused a stir when it showed outies beating innies by a statistically insignificant 3 percentage points. There is...

Brexit: Standing over the precipice

Jude Kirton-Darling MEP argues that staying in the EU provides the best basis for securing jobs, rights and a social Europe   In the next two...