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Labour beware false optimism

Labour squeezed through the middle of two Brexit parties to win the Peterborough by-election, but the European elections tell a different...

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...

What price a People’s Vote? 

Bryn Jones fears another referendum could lead to electoral defeat for Labour Judging by my email inbox, the...

Million march for putting it to the people 

It’s time for Labour to create time for a public vote and prepare for elections to win in Europe, writes Mike...

Steering Labour off the road to nowhere

Steve Freeman & Phil Vellender argue for a simple yes/no vote on a Tory deal Since December 2018,...

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...

Labour and Brexit: time to get real

While the Tories created the Brexit shambles Labour’s line on getting a better deal is unworkable. It’s time to come out...

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...

Approaching B-Day

As we approach Brexit-Day Mike Davis says Labour needs to both embrace its public vote commitment and ensure reform and remain...

Waking up to reality: Why a Corbyn-style Lexit has to be part of our...

Don Flynn poses some problems with a People’s Vote and outlines a Plan B in anticipation of Brexit actually taking place

Brexit – Tories skate on ever thinner ice

John Palmer on a deal that buys time for divided Tories but a formula that cannot be delivered. Labour should ready itself for a new...