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Tory handouts to royalty, rich elites, tax exiles. . .

Prem Sikka on the corporate winners in the pandemic

Tories’ death knell for millions

Andy Gregg says Government overseas aid cuts are harmful, unprincipled, unjustified and weaken Britain's influence

View from the European left

Josef Weidenholzer says the UK departure from the EU should not be the start of blame games

New times, old delusions

Dave Lister on simplistic internationalism

Wales and the Scotland factor

Peter Rowlands says Welsh Labour face a tough contest in forthcoming elections

NHS on the table

Despite a recent statement from the Health secretary, Jan Savage sees plenty of scope for further NHS sell-offs in trade deals

PR must be new normal

Mark Serwotka says government mishandling of the pandemic underlines the case for electoral reform

Covid hits Palestinians hard

Sybil Cock on a report that brands Israel an apartheid state

Covid mental health fallout

Steven Walker says action is needed to avert crisis amongst the poor and young

The state of the union

Gary Younge looks at what influence the left in the US will have now and sees a political resolution of the American Civil War still being played out

Women in firing line

Alice Arkwright says TUC research spotlights gender discrimination writ large in the pandemic

Starmer’s Mission: Impossible

Peter Kenyon says this corrupt government with 120,000 deaths on its hands requires Starmer’s Labour to seriously raise its opposition and ambition