With a seemingly bungled Brexit deal, the only options on offer are different forms of capitalism. The Left needs to pick its enemies wisely, writes Richard Seymour
A left government cannot hope to succeed through British isolationism, writes Hilary Wainwright. It must make a new kind of pan-European alliance
Michael Calderbank speaks to Marxist economist Costas Lapavitsas ahead of the publication of his provocative new book The Left Case Against the EU
The left’s flirtation with Brexit is not just a mistake; it is downright dangerous, writes Tom Kibasi
The EU is a crisis-ridden institution. Why do we keep pretending that Remain is the more stable option for the Left? By Ray Bellchambers
Don’t believe the doomsayers, writes Luke Cooper – the deal is dead in the water. Now is the time to fight to defend free movement and a united Europe
Dorothy Guerrero writes that we’re crashing out of the European Union and into the Trans-Pacific partnership: A free trade deal with all the disastrous hallmarks of TTIP.
Tommy Robinson, will lead a Brexit Betrayal march in Central London. Anti-fascists are marching to stop him, reports Luther Blisset
Soft Brexit means preserving the pre-referendum status quo with no possibility of contributing to change, writes Mary Kaldor
Graham Taylor writes that if we want a progressive post-Brexit future, we need to cut through the confusion surrounding this messy, complex political moment.
Labour is now opposing toxic trade deals, but what sort of trade do we want? Asks Nick Dearden
Ethan Race reviews Timothy Kelly‘s hard-hitting documentary ‘Brexitannia’
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