Tag Archives: Brexit

Why Juncker and May need each other

“Praise god it’s not Russia this time!” The Russian embassy in London neatly trolled Theresa May as she stood on the steps of Downing Street this week accusing Jean-Claude Juncker and the EU of interference in the British general election. … Continue reading

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Back Corbyn over Article 50 – demand MPs vote with him

  Jeremy Corbyn’s response to the Tory defeat in the Supreme Court over the Article 50 process to trigger Brexit is excellent. He says: ‘The Government has today been forced by the Supreme Court to accept the sovereignty of Parliament. … Continue reading

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Free movement: control capital, unite all workers

Introduction Unite leader Len McCluskey writing in the Huffington Post to launch his re-election bid as general secretary of Britain’s biggest union says of the free movement of labour: “Unions understand that workers have always done best when the labour … Continue reading

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Brexit: ‘national economy’ and class

Food-bank Britain: not on the referendum ballot paper, but central to ‘Brexit’ Ed Miliband is staking out the kind of territory on Brexit he tried to occupy as Labour leader. His argument concedes to calls for cutting immigration. But he says … Continue reading

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