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December 28, 2020
Teetering on the Edge: A Postcard From London
The city bids goodbye to 2020 with Brexit brinkmanship and a return to lockdown.
June 16, 2020
Letters From the June 29/July 6, 2020, Issue
Labor Agonistes… No act of altruism…
May 16, 2020
Can Britain Survive Boris Johnson?
After Corbyn, after Covid, the Labour Party struggles to break through.
April 20, 2020
How Brexit Infected Britain’s Coronavirus Response
Boris Johnson’s government keeps promising to “Get Brexit Done,” even as the deadly pandemic ravages the country.
Natasha Hakimi Zapata
March 12, 2020
What’s Behind Trump’s Bogus, Corrupt, Dangerous Travel Ban?
As always with this president, there is a layer of toxic ideological motivation—that will cost American lives.
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December 17, 2019
Where Now for Britain’s Labour Party?
Appealing to “socially conservative” voters, or a shift to the center, will fail. Corbyn himself may not be popular, but his leftward tack of the party is.
December 13, 2019
Oh No, Jeremy Corbyn!
Boris Johnson wins a bigger majority than Margaret Thatcher as the Labour Party goes down in a historic defeat. Britain is now Brexit bound.
December 5, 2019
It’s a Race Against Time for Labour in Next Week’s Momentous UK Elections
The choice couldn’t be more stark: between the nativist, hard-Brexit Tories and the most radical-left Labour platform the nation has seen in decades.
November 7, 2019
The 2020 Election Is One Year Away
John Nichols on the Polls, plus Paul Adler on Socialism and John Powers on John le Carré.
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November 6, 2019
Pro-Brexit Sentiment Is Still Strong in a Region That Stands to Lose the Most From It
In Sunderland, which has borne austerity cuts on top of the ravages of a neoliberal economy, this is one more issue on which people’s voices aren’t being heard.