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Labour Campaign for Free Movement activists pose with a huge banner

Has Labour conference voted to lose the next election?

Simon Hannah reports on the good, the bad and Brexit battles at Brighton while fearing for Labour prospects without a remain campaign

Where is Labour’s pensions policy?

Britain’s pensions are low and in crisis. Dennis Leech makes the case for an effective lifeboat

Labour’s Green Revolution

Nigel Doggett says Labour needs to think big on its environment plans, while Bob Newland reports from a consultation on Labour's plans for a Green Revolution

Tory handouts for the rich versus Labour’s way

Prem Sikka highlights the dividing line on taxation between Labour and Conservatives while setting out a sharper left course

How can we stop Trump?

Preventing the re-election of Trump in 2020 is imperative both for the US Left and for centrist corporate Democrats argues Paul Garver

Anti-Brexit home truths

Alena Ivanova says Labour’s previous triangulation has failed so it’s time to bury the idea of a Labour Brexit

Immigration – after the short pause expect hostilities to be renewed

Don Flynn finds the Johnson government sending mixed messages

Charting a complex path

A reply to Duncan Bowie: Corbyn has played the cards he has been dealt with well and continued support for his leadership is vital, says Don Flynn

When Johnson meets Trump – what to expect from a US-UK trade deal

Nick Dearden on the chilling world that awaits if the free marketeers get their way

Staying in the best option

We’re in the right place, says Alex Sobel. Now Labour must campaign hard for a vote on Johnson’s offer or Remain

Love Socialism, Hate Brexit

Halloween approaches. The options: a no deal crash out of the EU or some tinsel on May’s deal around the Ireland backstop.