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Giving away control

Crashing out of the EU will mean subservience to US capital with more than its chlorinated chicken says Dave Toke Now that it seems we’re...

Corbyn’s Labour needs to get real on Syria

Can Paz dissects the Syrian conflict while making a robust call for Corbyn’s Labour to change a skewed view of the war Following a successful year...

A tale of two Europes

Niccolo Milanese looks at the multiple crises in the European Union with an unimaginative elite against the twin threats of progressive and reactionary civic...

Brexit means a return to 1974

Mike Davis is right to argue a general election is unlikely and a referendum more feasible. But the timings make either or a party...

Ethnic minorities under Brexit cosh

Kimberly McIntosh reports Brexit will be harsh for BAME communities When we’re talking about Brexit, the phrase ‘left-behind’ is often not far behind. The...

Brexit and the hard right’s American dream

Nick Dearden exposes the myths of a ‘global Britain’ No single person better embodies the right-wing world of Brexit than trade secretary Liam Fox. Fox inhabits a...

Labour to halt bosses bonanza

Prem Sikka outlines his co-authored report on ending excessive executive payouts Most social problems are rooted in the contemporary structure of institutions and the skewed...

Approaching B-Day

As we approach Brexit-Day Mike Davis says Labour needs to both embrace its public vote commitment and ensure reform and remain becomes the beating...

Another Europe is Possible: Mobilising internationalism in the fight against Brexit

AEIP is a response not just to Tory Brexit, but also to the version of socialism which believes that the working class can achieve its emancipation within the high enclosing walls of a reinvigorated national state.

The people deserve a say on deal or stay

Brexit will stoke racism, especially against BAME EU migrants says Rupa Huq The news in early December that Sajid Javid sympathised with the Syrian...

Calais children abandoned – the fate of child migrants

Thousands have drowned in the Mediterranean, died trying to get onto lorries or as victims of traffickers since the Jungle was demolished in 2016....