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Parliament votes won’t solve Tory Brexit crisis

12 March 2019
There is still time to put forward anti-racist arguments over Brexit, argues?Tomáš Tengely-Evans

We can be powerful when we fight together

12 March 2019
Amid the stifling narrowness of official politics in Britain, there are some very welcome signs of change this week.

Desperate May scrambles to offer cash for EU votes

05 March 2019
Desperate Theresa May offered “left behind” towns in England a £1.6 billion funding bribe on Monday.

The Tories fall apart over Brexit—now break their rule

26 February 2019
Cracks in ­establishment politics are turning into chasms

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.

The Troublemaker—Spy chief quit after cops found abuser’s reference

26 February 2019
The former boss of spook ­headquarters GCHQ resigned his post after police investigators found that he gave a character reference in support of a paedophile priest who went on to re-offend.

Don't let loser May keep going

19 February 2019
Theresa May warned MPs that “history will judge us all” in a desperate bid to blackmail them into supporting her Brexit deal on Monday.

Another defeat for May—but Labour needs clear left vision for Brexit and resistance

14 February 2019
Theresa May found another way to lose a vote in parliament over Brexit on Thursday

May in crisis over EU deal as divisions get deeper for Tories

12 February 2019
Theresa May has launched another desperate bid to delay a vote on her Brexit deal.

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.

Our action can break the Brexit blockage

05 February 2019
There’s a paralysis and sense of unreality in British politics

Brexit unity is wobbly as Theresa May seeks EU settlement

05 February 2019
Theresa May faces another tortuous twist over Brexit with headlines about her “triumphs” already turning to dust.

What’s behind the hard border debate in Ireland?

05 February 2019
Tomáš Tengely-Evans unpacks the arguments around the “backstop” agreement and what it means for ordinary people

Theresa May manoeuvres between tragedy and farce in Brexit vote

29 January 2019
Tory prime minister Theresa May told MPs to vote against a key part of her own Brexit deal.

Migrants lose with Tory no-deal

29 January 2019
Home secretary Sajid Javid said the Tories would immediately end freedom of movement “once and for all” if there was a no-deal Brexit

Tory immigration law cracks down on ‘unskilled’ migrants

29 January 2019
The new bill will come into force after Brexit and whip up division between workers. We must fight to extend freedom of movement for all, and the right to move in search for a better life

What will a Tory Brexit mean for EU migrants?

25 January 2019
Tomáš Tengely-Evans cuts through the confusion of the Tories’ EU Settlement Scheme—a racist mechanism for punishing migrants

May playing for time as Brexit rifts get deeper

22 January 2019
The pressure is on Theresa May after a record defeat for her Brexit deal, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans

The Troublemaker—Richest 26 people have the same wealth as poorest half of the world

22 January 2019
The combined fortunes of the world’s billionaires rose by £2 billion a day last year, while 3.4 billion people were forced to survive on less than £4.27 a day each.

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.

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