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Jeremy Corbyn


Vote Labour in the European elections - and increase the Tories’ crisis

Vote Labour in the European elections - and increase the Tories’ crisis The Tories are in near-terminal collapse. They cannot pass legislation, they cannot resolve Brexit and their supporters are jumping ship to the racists of the Brexit Party.

Chaotic Tories’ election panic

Chaotic Tories’ election panic Theresa May and the Tories should go now.

Don’t back bigots in the battle for Brexit

Don’t back bigots in the battle for Brexit Labour’s failure to put forward an independent vision for Brexit can allow neoliberal and right wing forces to make the running.

Labour makes moves to cover its left flank

Labour makes moves to cover its left flank Until recently the Corbyn-supporting Momentum group hasn’t done much beyond organising canvassing days and online petitions. Now all of a sudden it’s organising protests over climate change.

The right wants Labour to be party for the bosses

The right wants Labour to be party for the bosses Politicians, the media and TV personalities are gunning for Jeremy Corbyn.

Has Jeremy Corbyn been sunk by the claims he is antisemitic?

Has Jeremy Corbyn been sunk by the claims he is antisemitic? Every capitulation to attacks by the media and the right simply feeds the frenzy for more lies.

The fantastic fictional life of Jeremy Corbyn

05 March 2019
Nick Clark suffers the inaccuracies and smears in a new book about Jeremy Corbyn

Labour rows expose electoralism’s limits

05 March 2019
The formation of The Independent Group (TIG) by breakaway Labour and Tory MPs is a sign of the extent to which the two-party system is buckling under the pressures of Brexit.

Corbyn backs down to big business demands over Brexit

26 February 2019
The Labour Party’s left wing leaders have given in to pressure from the right to support calls for a second Brexit referendum.

Labour is wrong to back second referendum

25 February 2019
The Labour Party’s left wing leaders have given in to pressure from the right to support calls for a second Brexit referendum.

Labour left buckles in face of right’s antisemitism smears

12 February 2019
The row inside Liverpool Labour Party shows the right aren’t going to back down from using accusations of antisemitism to silence the left and criticism of Israel, writes Nick Clark

Labour’s Brexit plan is a mistaken concession to the bosses’ agenda

08 February 2019
Jeremy Corbyn has written to Theresa May suggesting a five-point plan to deliver Brexit. And shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said that, unless May accepts the plan, there should be a second referendum.

Jeremy Corbyn can break the impasse over Brexit if he backs free movement

22 January 2019
After the crushing House of Commons defeat for her deal with the European Union (EU), Theresa May has been going through the motions of talking to opposition parties.

Theresa May’s deal defeated in record vote - now fight to get rid of the Tories

15 January 2019
The shattering defeat for Theresa May’s Brexit deal on Tuesday has to mean the end for her as prime minister and lead to an immediate general election.

Struggle can break paralysis on Brexit

15 January 2019
A thin ray of light shone through the Brexit tangle last week. Two government defeats in the House of Commons marked the moment when Theresa May definitively lost control of the parliamentary process governing Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU).

Making sense of Labour

14 January 2019
Thousands have joined Labour hoping it can transform society. A new edition of The Labour Party—a Marxist History says the nature of the party shapes how it acts. Authors Donny Gluckstein and Charlie Kimber explain how their book can help activists in the struggle for change

Jeremy Corbyn goes on the offensive and calls for a general election

10 January 2019
Jeremy Corbyn has made a fresh demand for a general election, in a speech today that sought to unite Leave and Remain voters against Theresa May’s austerity and racism.

Tories in crisis—but Labour is paralysed

18 December 2018
Theresa May’s government hangs by a thread. But she won’t go unless she is pushed

Can Labour tame the state?

19 November 2018
How should a Corbyn government deal with enemies that have deep roots in the establishment, asks Nick Clark

Labour plan to challenge the state falls short

13 November 2018
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell laid out what he said were the Labour leadership’s plans for transforming the state at an event on Monday evening.

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