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Europe's mutual suicide pact

19 Jan 2012

Austerity plans pursued by European governments are proving to be self-defeating, writes Eddie Ford

Ghost dancers of loyalism

15 Apr 2021

Riots in the Six Counties confirm once again that the Good Friday agreement settled nothing, writes Derek James

The Zingaretti aberration

01 Apr 2021

Not surprisingly, the attempt to reinvent social democracy came to nothing. The rightward drift is now set to continue. Toby Abse looks at the dysfunctional parties, factions, fiefdoms and tokenistic gestures which dominate electoral politics

Class, disease and fatality

04 Feb 2021

Britain has one of the very best vaccination programmes, writes Eddie Ford, but also one of the very worst death rates

Rotting fish and carnage

28 Jan 2021

For many the Brexit dream has already turned into a nightmare, writes Eddie Ford

Honing and updating

28 Jan 2021

Vernon Price reports on last weekend’s membership aggregate and the three debates over programme

End of the beginning

07 Jan 2021

The Brexit trade deal settles little - the EU will haunt British politics for years to come, writes Paul Demarty

Europe after Brexit

17 Dec 2020

As the British and European powers continue haggling, Paul Demarty assesses the state of the EU

Dreams and cold realities

04 Dec 2020

With time fast running out, will it be a deal or no deal? Eddie Ford says both sides are nervous

High drama at No10

19 Nov 2020

The departure of Cummings and Cain was about far more than personalities, says James Harvey

Pivot back to Europe

12 Nov 2020

James Harvey asks what a Biden presidency might mean for relations with Boris Johnson’s Britain

Politics of two borders

15 Oct 2020

With Brexit negotiations going to the wire, the future in Ireland remains uncertain. This is an edited version of the talk given by James Harvey to Online Communist Forum

Return of the Denim Revolution

04 Sep 2020

Have no illusions in the western-backed Belarus opposition, warns Eddie Ford

Holding the fort

02 Jul 2020

At last a new government has been formed. James Harvey looks at the whys and wherefores

Power, not office

28 May 2020

With the main parties still jockeying for position, James Harvey looks at the ongoing calls for a ‘left government’ with Sinn Féin

All will not end well

15 May 2020

Despite the easing of the lockdown, there will be no quick economic bounce-back, warns Toby Abse

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