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Media demands a new Labour leader

The media seized on Labour’s by-election loss of Copeland, a seat it had held for eighty years, to vent its hostility towards Jeremy Corbyn and demand his resignation. In blaming Corbyn they provide a fig leaf covering the damage done … Continue reading

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Israel: Democracy or tyranny of the majority?

US president Donald Trump and Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyanu recent meeting, where they all but agreed to scrap the two state solution, merely formalises Israel’s march towards an apartheidesque state. Defending the Israeli state, supporters praise Israel’s democratic credentials. … Continue reading

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EU citizen rights – The Tory leave deception

Promises to EU citizens All the major leave EU organisations during the referendum campaign made promises guaranteeing the rights of EU citizens to continue to reside in the UK. The official Vote Leave campaign was unequivocal in its promise to … Continue reading

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Labour threatened with split

Is it all threats or will there really be a split? Supporters of the Labour Coup and their allies in the media have raised the spectre of a split in the party if Jeremy Corbyn refuses to resign as Labour … Continue reading

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Corbyn blamed for Brexit

Margaret Hodge calls for a vote of no confidence in Jeremy Corbyn Dame Margaret Hodge MP With the Tories on the ropes following a shock EU referendum defeat and the resignation of David Cameron, Dame Margaret Hodge’s call for Jeremy … Continue reading

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