We can agree to differ but not on showing solidarity
The Guardians: The League of Nations and the Crisis of Empire by Susan Pedersen (Oxford University Press, £22.99)
Jeremy Corbyn set out to clarify Labour’s position on the European Union, saying he wants Britain to remain a member but would aim to reverse any “damaging changes” negotiated by …
European home affairs ministers on Tuesday (September 22) finally bowed to mounting pressure to agree on the relocation of 120,000 refugees, mainly from Greece, Hungary and Italy, to other countries …
Greece’s Alexis Tsipras insisted that his left-wing Syriza party has a “clear mandate” after winning a second general election in less than nine months.
Ian Hernon assesses the damage done to David Cameron by Lord Ashcroft’s new book
It took only a little over a week of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party before an anonymous general was apparently informing a salivating press that the military “wouldn’t …
A secretive new trade deal is bad news for workers and democracy, writes Tony Burke
The migration crisis is one that all nations must strive to solve, writes Elizabeth Matsangou
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David Cameron’s Government is weak, duplicitous, bullying and vicious, writes Len McCluskey. And it can be defeated
The GMB warned that extending role of the Gangmasters Licencing Authority (GLA) is the only way to stop criminals hiding behind agencies and other limited liability companies to exploit a …
We should offer sanctuary simply because we can
A GMB motion to the TUC condemned Tory “window dressing” on pay and migrant exploitation.
Confusion reigns at the Treasury over public sector pay rises. In his Budget speech, George Osborne said: “We will continue recent public sector pay awards with a rise of 1 …
The Last Vote by Philip Coggan (Penguin, £9.99)
Labour leadership, Spanish Civil War
An Alternative Labour History: Worker Control And Workplace Democracy, edited by Dario Azzellini (Zed Books, £18.99)
Royal Air Force drones targeted and assassinated two British jihadists working with Islamic State (ISIL) terrorists inside Syria last month, Prime Minister David Cameron told MPs.
Publish and be damned or what price our democracy?
Chancellor Angela Merkel warned that the “breathtaking” flow of migrants into Germany will “occupy and change” the country in the coming years.
As the long contest reaches its conclusion, Ian Hernon considers the task ahead