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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BREXIT – TORIES SKATE ON EVER THINNER ICE 

BREXIT – TORIES SKATE ON EVER THINNER ICE 

John Palmer on a deal that buys time for divided Tories but a formula that cannot be delivered. Labour should ready itself for a new European…

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Sexual Harassment, #MeToo and Feminism

Sexual Harassment, #MeToo and Feminism

Mica Nava on why women are saying no more loudly and widely now and the long wave of attrition against male sexual abuse. As no…

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2018 Chartist prospectus  - challenges and opportunities

2018 Chartist prospectus – challenges and opportunities

Don Flynn sees challenges and opportunities for the left in abundance over the next 12 months. He seeks to make some sort of order out…

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Brexit and protecting the Good Friday Agreement

Brexit and protecting the Good Friday Agreement

Martina Anderson MEP on the case for special status for the north of Ireland  There is no doubt that Brexit poses the biggest threat to Ireland since the…

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Housing and the Budget

Housing and the Budget

The budget has been widely referred to as ‘the housing budget’. The big announcement, left to the end of Hammond’s long budget speech, was the…

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