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Five articles on Brexit

Issue No. 2736

French workers voting for a strike. We stand for international workers unity

French workers voting for a strike. We stand for international workers' unity (Pic: O Phil Des Contrastes on Flickr)


It’s impossible at this stage to give a proper analysis of the new Brexit deal. It is too long, too detailed and links to a wall of other documents.

But here are five articles that give the background.

On the morning after the Leave vote we said, “It is time for everyone on the left and all anti-racists, however they voted, to unite and fight against austerity, the destruction of public services, the attacks on refugees, Islamophobia and the fascists.” That’s still true.

Our latest analysis 14 December 2020 Ordinary people forced to pay for politicians’ Brexit wrangling

How this deal emerged 14 December 2020 The political choices behind hard Brexit

The deal we wanted June 2017 A year after the Leave vote—fight for a socialist, anti-racist Brexit

What we said on the morning after the referendum result June 2016 After EU vote and Cameron goes: unite to shape revolt against the establishment

Why we said Vote Leave June 2016 An anti-racist, anti-austerity and socialist case to vote Leave

All our Brexit coverage is here. Our European Union coverage is here

 


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