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As May triggers Article 50, the EU is still no alternative

As May triggers Article 50, the EU is still no alternative New EU attacks on Greek workers and on refugees are a reminder that our task is fight for a left Brexit

MPs vote down the Lords over Theresa May's Brexit bill

MPs vote down the Lords over Theresa Mays Brexit bill Tories triggering Article 50 should be a spur to fight to shape the outcome, says Tomáš Tengely-Evans

My Country play brings ordinary voices to the political stage

My Country play brings ordinary voices to the political stage With six ballot boxes set up on tables towards the back of the stage, My Country—a work in progress, immediately transports you back to 23 June.

After Article 50 vote, fight for a Brexit for workers

After Article 50 vote, fight for a Brexit for workers The formal process of Britain leaving the European Union could start as early as this week, and will definitely happen by the end of the month, say the Tories

Tories under pressure over migrants and refugees

Tories under pressure over migrants and refugees As the Tories come under increasing pressure to stop using European Union (EU) migrants as bargaining chips, activists across Britain are building for anti-racist demonstrations.

Theresa May’s stitch-up over Brexit could unravel

Theresa May’s stitch-up over Brexit could unravel Since the Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent Central by-elections last week, the media have paused in their condemnations of Jeremy Corbyn only to sing the praises of Theresa May.

Don't lump together Brexit and Trump

21 February 2017
There’s no shortage of things to be angry about at the moment—especially when it comes to racism and attacks on Muslims and migrants.

Make Saturday 18 March a day of revolt against racism

21 February 2017
The protests against US president Donald Trump and his state visit have been magnificent, but the government is still determined that he will come.

Broken potteries? What's really going on in Stoke

07 February 2017
The racist Ukip party hopes it can win the Stoke-on-Trent by-election as the press feeds an atmosphere of anti-migrant racism, but Nick Clark finds Labour’s problems go deeper than its failure to offer an anti-racist alternative

Labour MPs are set to defy leader Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit bill

31 January 2017
Corbyn is right to reject Tory plans and trigger Article 50—but Labour rebels weaken him, says Nick Clark

After Supreme Court ruling on Article 50, fight for a left wing, anti-racist Brexit

24 January 2017
Brexit raises the question of what sort of society we want to live in

‘We’re here to stay,’ say EU migrant workers as Tories look to end freedom of movement

24 January 2017
Nick Clark spoke to migrant workers about how they’re organising to defend their freedom of movement

Stop playing the Labour right’s Brexit game

24 January 2017
The Labour Party is getting itself into yet another pickle. This time it’s over Theresa May’s plan to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and start the two-year countdown to Britain leaving the European Union (EU).

Fight Theresa May’s vision of a racist, nationalist Brexit

17 January 2017
Tory prime minister Theresa May came out for a right wing, racist “Brexit” on Tuesday. May scapegoated migrants for the problems that people face.

The single market is no solution for workers

17 January 2017
Theresa May’s programme for Brexit is steeped in toxic nationalism and xenophobia.

No to retreat on freedom of movement

10 January 2017
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn made a dangerous and serious concession to anti-migrant racism on Tuesday.

The Brexit that we want

03 January 2017
There are specific demands around Brexit that the whole working class movement needs to unite around. Alistair Farrow sets out Socialist Worker’s contribution to an urgent debate

Tories split on Brussels—it's time to sprout resistance

13 December 2016
One thing will be certain in 2017—the Tories will continue to tear one another apart over Brexit.

How could Labour have done better in Sleaford?

13 December 2016
There’s no reason for Labour to be squeezed between a racist Brexit and a neoliberal defence of the European Union

Capitalism’s woes run deeper than Brexit

29 November 2016
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement marked another stage in the low-intensity warfare that has gripped the Tory party. They’ve been squabbling since David Cameron struck his ill-fated deal with the European Union (EU) in February.

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