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Tories seek to close doors on asylum seekers

Don Flynn says Priti Patel’s ‘firm but fair’ mantra aims to deprive refugees of more of their rights

A withered fruit

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

PCSC bill passes second reading in the midst of a police fiasco

When the power to determine what is in the public interest is claimed as the exclusive right of police forces, we need to be really worried, says Don Flynn

Opaque, narrow and lacking definitions

Rory O’Kelly finds many holes in the EHRC investigation into antisemitism in the Labour Party and big problems with the reaction

Starmer’s static slot machine

Bryn Jones assesses Starmer’s static slot machine and Sunak’s slick sweepstake

A welcome requiem for the English Empire?

Glyn Ford on post-Brexit fantasies

A plea for tolerance

Duncan Bowie says civic values and internal democracy must be restored as the lifeblood of the Labour Party

‘My country, right or wrong’ is a dead end

Don Flynn on why Starmer’s insincere patriotism isn’t going to fool anyone

Remember the Roma

Julie Ward on fighting racism and antisemitism yesterday and today

On yer bike!

Puru Miah looks at low traffic neighbourhoods, questions bike-induced road closures and sees a new "tale of two cities" in London

Britain’s unfinished democratic revolution

Chartist’s 2020 AGM, held in early December, was subtitled ‘For a new democracy, for a new economy’. Mike Davis spoke on the democratic part of "democratic socialism". This is a slightly reworked version of his talk