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Europe—Tory paralysis, Labour’s opportunity

We live in surreal times. It is unprecedented for a government to be defeated on its keynote policy, delivering Brexit - not once but...

Put it to the people

Theresa May’s game of Russian roulette with the lives of British people has to end. She is clearly in thrall to the ‘no deal’ crash and...

Project hope and a People’s Vote

The Tories have brought the UK to the brink of calamity. Rather than heal divisions of culture, wealth, regions and nations they have brought only deeper...

Editorial: Left against Brexit and austerity

Wages stagnant for the longest period since the Napoleonic wars, a flatlining economy, low productivity growth and stagnant investment. Cap this with collapsing local...

Sinking Brexit plans & preparing for power 

Theresa May’s government ended 2017 with three Cabinet resignations (Priti Patel, Michael Fallon and Damian Green) and a parliamentary defeat. It is a government mired in Brexit...

Globalist left have it back to front 

Transnational Companies can be compared to a tree: they have extensive branches everywhere, but their roots are firmly based at National HQ.  One of the contemporary clichés in the current discussion...

Votes for women 100 years on

As no Chartist reader can fail to have noticed, the last weeks of 2017 saw an eruption of condemnation and protest against sexual predators in the...

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...

Policy planks for a Labour victory on 8 June

Labour has moved quickly to get into top gear for the General Election on June 8th. With the initial challenge of poor polls, together...

Tories renege on workers’ voice

Teresa May promised workers on company boards in her acceptance speech. The back-track wasn't long in coming   We have heard a lot about the Prime Minister’s...

Brexit note: Gove and BoJo out, and the first polls

In this, the first of several Brexit notes, we take some broad swipes at two Brexiters and look at the first polls since Cameron’s...