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Labour Party news and analysis from The Nation
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 26, 2019
Conservative Era Politics on Both Sides of the Atlantic Face a Promising Challenge
But will voters choose ambitious plans for the future?
Robert L. Borosage
October 21, 2019
Johnson Tries to Throw the UK Under the Bus; Parliament Balks—for Now
The hope for those who oppose his awful Brexit deal is that the number of supporters will collapse once the legislation comes into contact with reality.
October 4, 2019
Labour’s Big Gamble on Brexit
By dodging a decision on the issue, the party has ceded political ground to the right while demoralizing some of its own ranks.
May 30, 2019
How Bad Can Brexit Get?
Theresa May is out, but the crisis that made her premiership both possible and untenable has intensified.
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May 3, 2019
Democrats Should Learn From Corbyn’s 2017 Campaign
They need to reach out to alienated voters who are sick of the neoliberal establishment if they want to prevail in 2020.
April 18, 2019
Brexit Is Not Just a Tragedy for Britain
The UK’s ridiculous behavior has made the EU look far more coherent than it deserves.
April 16, 2019
Britain, Seized With Brexit Madness, Staggers Toward Yet Another Deadline
There’s still no resolution in sight. But some on the left see the new October departure date as a chance to counter the nativist right.
April 12, 2019
Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn Might Create a Revolution
Just as Reagan and Thatcher rose together, perhaps so too will Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn.
Robert L. Borosage
March 15, 2019
British Parliament Goes Full Zombie Over Brexit
We’re saddled with a government permanently on the verge of collapse over a 2016 referendum decision that can’t be achieved and has instead induced a political breakdown.