Tag: Brexit

Why debating Brexit is still vital for the left

John Palmer says a Schrodinger’s Brexit, neither in nor out, is the likely outcome from the May government unless Labour forces a General Election...

Standing up for European solidarity

Frances O’Grady says workers must not be made to pay the price for Brexit This is a defining moment for the trade union movement, and even...

Crunch time for Corbyn’s Labour on Brexit

Alena Ivanova on how the Left is gearing up for a fight on Brexit - and not a minute too soon

Sinking Brexit plans & preparing for power 

Theresa May’s government ended 2017 with three Cabinet resignations (Priti Patel, Michael Fallon and Damian Green) and a parliamentary defeat. It is a government mired in Brexit...

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...

Brexit-from chaos to what?

John Palmer on why a Corbyn led economic recovery programme will work best within the European Union with European allies. Anything can happen warned the...

A post-Brexit paradox

Don Flynn says Britain needs more incomers What role, if any, will immigration play in a Britain which, to borrow the slogan of this year’s...

Some possible Brexit deals

Theresa May will have her work cut out. Reaching a deal where the UK averts economic recession but satisfies Brexit voters looks very problematic, if not...

Don Flynn, Brexit and Free movement

In CHARTIST 281, Don Flynn calls on Labour to tackle exploitation in the labour market   There is no denying the fact that anxieties over immigration...

Labour marginal to EU debate

Trevor Fisher sees a failed Labour message despite some rare unity Writing four days before the vote, it is clear that whatever happens in the...