Tag: Brexit

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,...

No ifs, no buts, oppose this Immigration Bill 

Don Flynn finds Labour’s parliamentary confusion flies in the face of support for free movement among party members

Time for direct action

Alena Ivanova says Brexit is an existential question for Labour

The door is still open

Julie Ward on the madness of isolationism “We’ve all had enough of experts” was an infamous line trotted...

Brexit is a busted flush – Britain needs Labour

Manuel Cortes says extend Article 50 and call a special party conference to lead fight against Brexit and austerity

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...

Giving away control

Crashing out of the EU will mean subservience to US capital with more than its chlorinated chicken says Dave Toke

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...

Ethnic minorities under Brexit cosh

Kimberly McIntosh reports Brexit will be harsh for BAME communities When we’re talking about Brexit, the phrase...

Brexit and the hard right’s American dream

Nick Dearden exposes the myths of a ‘global Britain’ No single person better embodies the right-wing world of Brexit...