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Democracy & State

Overcoming the enemies within

Imprisoned within the national

09 Aug 2018

Comparisons with Donald Trump are dishonest - but that does not mean Corbyn’s industrial strategy will actually work, warns Paul Demarty

Shameless hypocrisy

09 Aug 2018

The coming crisis will be both political and economic, predicts Esen Uslu

Minister of the Underworld

09 Aug 2018

Who is responsible for instigating the recent spate of racist attacks? Toby Abse points the finger at interior minister Matteo Salvini

Stand up to your enemies

09 Aug 2018

The more Corbyn retreats, writes David Shearer of Labour Party Marxists, the more the Labour right grows in confidence

Project Fear or Project Reality?

09 Aug 2018

Everyone from the governor of the Bank of England to the National Farmers Union is getting worried about a no-deal Brexit, writes Eddie Ford

Hodging their bets

09 Aug 2018

Labour’s Kafkaesque disciplinary procedure is part of the ongoing attacks on free speech, writes Mike Macnair

The crisis of democracy

02 Aug 2018

No to a second referendum, writes Steve Freeman. Yes to a ratification referendum

Telling lies about lies

02 Aug 2018

Despite its claims, the Commons select committee is undermining democracy, writes Paul Demarty

Time for Corbyn to start fighting back

02 Aug 2018

Israel is an apartheid state, writes Tony Greenstein, and saying so is not anti-Semitic

Cliff edges and parachutes

26 Jul 2018

The Brexit crisis is deepening and almost anything can happen, writes Eddie Ford

Not fit for purpose

26 Jul 2018

Margaret Hodge’s attack on Jeremy Corbyn demonstrates why the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism must be ditched, writes Tony Greenstein

Scorched earth and statesmen

26 Jul 2018

Mike Macnair looks at the continued efforts of the Labour right to procure an electoral defeat

A Labour council’s inquisition

19 Jul 2018

Stan Keable tells how the anti-Corbyn witch-hunt in the Labour Party has spilled over into political victimisation in the workplace

Tactics, principles and willing dupes

19 Jul 2018

What attitude should the left take to the People’s Vote campaign and its call for a second referendum? Jack Conrad insists that referendums are a backward, not a forward step for democracy

Outlook Moggy

19 Jul 2018

Rees-Mogg’s medievalism may have been meant as a diversion, writes Mike Macnair, but it raises real issues

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