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The case for unionising the army

Military trade unions are very well established and respected as a social partner in some European countries, for example in Denmark where they are part...

Boris Johnson: police called to loud altercation at potential PM’s home

Police were called to the home of Boris Johnson and his partner, Carrie Symonds, in the early hours of Friday morning after neighbours heard...

Mark Field: Minister suspended after allegations of assault.

Mark Field has been suspended as a Foreign Office minister after grabbing a female Greenpeace activist at a black-tie City dinner. Mr Field has said...

EU leaders fail to commit to climate neutrality by 2050

Despite there been more Green MEP's in the european parliament than at any time the EU roll back on its promise climate neutral by...

Brexit is not an expression of hard-right politics

Clive Lewis described our leaving the European Union as a “hard-right Tory project”. In a LabourList article last week, Clive Lewis described our leaving the European Union as...

UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia declared unlawful by court of...

Theresa May has expressed disappointment over the court's ruling and said her government would seek permission to appeal. Campaigners say the UK-Saudi arms deal...

Corbyn: “We have committed to respecting the result of the referendum”

Jeremy Corbyn confirmed at the special Brexit meeting of the shadow cabinet today that Labour is now committed to a public vote on any...

To defeat the far right, the left must embrace a socialist...

Paul Mason advocates that Labour must become the party of remain. To do this he suggested the Labour Party must convince the Labour Heartlands...

Bullingdon Boy Boris Johnson maintains Lead in Race for Leadership

Dominic Raab knocked out of Tory leadership race Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson continues to lead the field with 126 votes among MPs. Former Brexit Secretary...

The Battle of Orgreave

Monday 18 June 1984 was the most violent day of the year-long miners’ strike. Thousands of pickets met huge lines of police – who were...