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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No-Go mosques

No-Go mosques

Anita Nayyer on why the British  Muslim debate about women in mosques is relevant to everyone Picture this mosque: Men and women flow in and out…

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Editorial 290 Sinking Brexit plans & preparing for power 

Editorial 290 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 negotiations…

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Globalist left have it back to front 

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…

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Miliband as new flag bearer?

Miliband as new flag bearer?

Trevor Fisher reflects on the Labour Co-ordinating Committee and possible successors The 2015 election marked the death knell of the old Right of the Labour…

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Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visited the headquarters of Facebook

Saudi Arabia mayhem or democracy?

  Muddasser Ahmed asks whether the young leader is ushering in a Saudi  Arab Spring  “This is the Saudi Arab Spring” said a well-connected Riyadh socialite to me last December in a private…

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