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Brexit: Standing over the precipice

Jude Kirton-Darling MEP argues that staying in the EU provides the best basis for securing jobs, rights and a social Europe   In the next two...

The undeserving poor

Without tough opposition to Osborne’s welfare cuts Labour risks becoming an irrelevance, says John Percival

*Special Conference Issue Now available for Download*

CHARTIST recently published a special issue for a momentous and historic Labour Party conference. The special issue boasts articles on Corbyn's rise, the role of women in...

The Precariat – Key Labour opportunity

In CHARTIST 276, Paul Reynolds demands we start reaching out to the ‘precariat’   There is something odious about the Labour Party leadership debate. A rise in membership and...

Two calls to arms

Congratulation to Jeremy Corbyn – the new leader of the British Labour Party   CHARTIST was in no doubt that his nomination as a Leadership candidate...

Going for the jugular

Dave Prentis on the Trade Union Bill and its attack on human rights The right to strike is a fundamental human right recognised across...

Northumberland Notes

Craig Simpson on an English political microcosm Northumberland serves as a microcosm of the English political landscape. Post-industrial, urban Labour strongholds, vanishing Lib Dem support,...

Chartist AGM report by Andrew Coates

The Chartist AGM was well attended and had some awesome speakers. Report by Andrew Coates

CHARTIST AGM & MANIFESTO – June 6th

Chartist's AGM is now only 3 weeks-ish away. We've got  some confirmed speakers and a new manifesto to debate on June 6th.

Chartist post-election comment: Tory win deepens divisions

Mike Davis reflects on Labour’s defeat   Tory bribes of income tax, VAT and National Insurance freezes and a new housing bubble combined with the politics...

Tax Dodgers Inc. – The roll of dishonour

Prem Sikka targets the top dodgers whose unpaid tax exposes government hypocrisy