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Labour resigns as the Opposition

Yesterday’s vote could well be a milestone in the decline of the Labour Party. It was a shameful spectacle to see Labour's majority abstaining writes John Westmoreland

  • Written by John Westmoreland
  • Category: Analysis

Greek deal: a second Versailles

The chances of the deal agreed between Greece and the 'Institutions' actually being enforced seem low - this is, by no means, over writes James Meadway

  • Written by James Meadway
  • Category: Analysis

They have created a desert and called it Europe

The capitulation of the Syriza government is complete. The only way a disaster can be averted is for the left and the movements to take mass action quickly and decisively argues James Meadway

  • Written by James Meadway
  • Category: Analysis
Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn

Breaking up is hard to do

Jeremy Corbyn’s announcement that he will stand for Labour leader has bolstered the anti-austerity movement. But will the trade unions back him, too?

  • Written by Richard Allday
  • Category: Analysis
Jeremy Corbyn

A people's campaign for Corbyn

A mass campaign with meetings up and down the country, drawing on the whole of the left, could seriously shake up politics in Britain

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Analysis

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