Brexit

From mines to oil wells, Brexit is a environmental disaster

New environmental regulation prioritises the economy.

Red Flag  ·  13 April 2021

The first fruits of Brexit: 48-hr week under attack

48-hour week under attack.

Dave Stockton  ·  08 February 2021

Labour: no responsibility for Johnson’s Brexit!

By KD Tait Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal will be voted on by Parliament this week. With an 80-seat majority, the deal is certain to pass. It has already been unanimously backed by the remaining 27 EU member states. The campaign to leave the EU, based on the nationalist myth of reclaiming British ‘sovereignty’ was a […]

Red Flag  ·  29 December 2020

Boris Johnson’s Brexit heralds race to the bottom

Statement by the Political Committee of Red Flag Whatever a narrow majority of the electorate imagined they would get when they voted to Leave the European Union, the strategists who planned Brexit knew exactly what they wanted. Nigel Farage’ s UKIP and the European Research Group with Jacob Rees Mogg, like their co-thinkers in the […]

Red Flag  ·  28 December 2020

Paul Embery: When the dog whistle becomes tedious

A review of Despised by Paul Embery

Tim Nailsea  ·  08 December 2020

Brexit talks hang in the balance

Deal or no deal, the working class loses.

Tim Nailsea  ·  13 November 2020

Health vs the economy: what’s the best way out of the pandemic?

For a zero-covid strategy.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  08 November 2020

Overseas Operations Bill: Starmer’s march to the right hits double-time

Labour abstains on bill that decriminalises torture.

Joe Crathorne  ·  26 September 2020

Double bluff or full throttle towards the Brexit precipice?

What happened to the "oven ready" Brexit?

Dave Stockton  ·  13 September 2020

Tories to use Brexit as cover for assault on democratic rights

AS JOHNSON’S Tory government consolidates its base with firm promises to leave the E.U. by next month, it is also setting out a social programme which will significantly roll back basic political freedoms. The Queen’s speech, delivered last month, affirms the government’s commitment to a series of authoritarian policies that featured in its election manifesto, […]

Marcel Rajecky  ·  10 January 2020

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