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A withered fruit

Helen Hayes warns of the damaging consequences of the Tory hard Brexit deal

Coronavirus vs Brexit

The Government is using the pandemic as a smokescreen to obscure the damaging economic consequences of leaving the single market. Paul Teasdale asks why is Labour letting them?

Labour’s response to the so-called ‘deal’ – what’s the fuss about?

Peter Kenyon wonders why Keir Starmer is picking another fight with his party

Erasmus+: a minus for the next generation

Julie Ward on a kick in the teeth for young people and why Labour shouldn’t support Johnson’s bad deal

Fig leaf replaces oven-ready

Julie Ward on an unseemly end to a near 50-year partnership

Spinning plates and crashing out

Peter Kenyon looks forward to a dismal future for Britain and its children post-Brexit

Reckless and irresponsible

Julie Ward says Labour must demand the government pushes pause on Brexit

Right to Stay

Alena Ivanova says we must give full rights to the many EU citizens we rely on as frontline workers

We need to talk about Europe

Government plans to leave the European Single Market at the end of December will lengthen the corona recession, says Paul Teasdale

Surrender – Phase 1 complete

Peter Kenyon reviews the consequences of Britain’s withdrawal from the EU

Brexit after Johnson’s victory

Glyn Ford says Johnson will be torn between machismo and pragmatism over Brexit