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Trevor Fisher

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Trevor Fisher is a member of Stafford CLP.

Options for Anti-Brexiteers

Following March 27th's indicative vote, when 268 MPs voted for a fresh referendum, Trevor Fisher highlights some of the key issues thrown up by...

March 29th and Brexit Endgame

Trevor Fisher says no other options will mean anything unless Parliament extends Article 50 February 14th's Valentine's Day massacre in the Commons marked the point...

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...

When Brexit loses its majority

Trevor Fisher on the crossover point Early in January, Britain will switch from a pro-Brexit to an anti-Brexit country. To be more precise: if not a...

Revived Anti Nazi League on the agenda

Trevor Fisher on the threat from the far right When John McDonnell called for a new movement against the growing far right threat in early...

Miliband as new flag bearer?

Trevor Fisher reflects on the Labour Co-ordinating Committee and possible successors

Beyond the Factions

Trevor Fisher on Labour's deepening quagmire

From one Owen to another

Trevor Fisher sees much value in Owen Jones' lessons for Labour, even as Owen Smith emerges as the sole challenger to Corbyn       The...

After a week of plotting

Trevor Fisher on a Labour engaged in splits, and Tory government splitting its sides Last autumn the Labour leadership issues seemed possible to discuss objectively, with...

Labour marginal to EU debate

Trevor Fisher sees a failed Labour message despite some rare unity Writing four days before the vote, it is clear that whatever happens in the...

Confronting a culture of failure

Trevor Fisher sees a Labour party that refuses to learn any lessons With the future uncertain, it is sensible to focus on why we are...