Republicans and Democrats in the US congress have made it clear that if Johnson’s Brexit strategy continues to exclude the Irish backstop, then Congress will block the US-UK trade agreement promised by Donald Trump.
George Clarke's programme on Channel 4 underlines the need for Labour members to organise to radicalise Labour's housing policy, overcome the resistance of John Healey and to bury the remnants of New Labour's housing philosophy.
“We need to mobilise our membership as we have never been able to before, both around our positive socialist policies – and around a clear position of opposition to Brexit (because any conceivable Brexit would stand in the way of all of those positive policies).” Jon Rogers, Chair of Brighton Pavilion Constituency Labour Party and of the Sussex Labour Representation Committee, writes in a personal capacity.
“In response to claims that to argue for Remain is to ignore the referendum and fly in the face of that decision, we respond that, while this might have been a legitimate argument in the immediate aftermath, it cannot hold forever”
“My military experience together with a strong socialist conviction led me to become an activist of the Peace Now movement...”
If we offered in our manifesto that any Brexit deal negotiated by Labour would be confirmed by a public vote, with an option to remain if it was rejected, we would unite the party and the vast majority of voters around such a position.
When representatives of the campaign for marriage equality in Northern Ireland attended the Pink News Awards in London two years ago, they were surprised when the great and good of the organised British LGBT community started asking them, “You don’t have same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland? Are you sure?”.
We’re sure… we’ve checked.
The challenge is to create a socialised, accessible and integrated transport system which is an essential part of the Labour Party’s commitments on climate change.
Pete Firmin, South Kilburn resident, can hardly believe it.
This is the transcript of a speech given by Graham Bash at a fringe meeting of the Scottish Labour Party Conference in Dundee in March 2019.
There are many PLP members in the second and third tier of the ministerial teams who didn’t resign and others who did. The message coming back during the summer is that most just want to get back to work developing Labour’s policies and continuing to oppose the Tories.