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A Brief Reflection on the 2017 UK General Election

A Brief Reflection on the 2017 UK General Election

The lesson of the election for the Labour party is that if they want to govern again, they need to unite again. The starting point is respecting Jeremy Corbyn’s brand of politics.

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After Crisis: A Marxist Take on Capital and Labour after the Financial Crisis

As the cases of Sweden and the UK show, regardless of the uneven structures and development of capitalism, there has been an attack on labour by capital after the crisis.

Review – The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class

Review – The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class

Standing not only establishes the ‘precariat’ as a new class, but also provides succinct and clear-eyed justifications for a protective Basic Income policy as a solution.

Anarchy in the UK? Debating the Scottish Referendum Aftermath: Part 1

Anarchy in the UK? Debating the Scottish Referendum Aftermath: Part 1

The UK public have an appetite for change but not for unpredictability. That makes the whole process a political minefield running up to the 2015 General Election.

Review – Globalization, Labor Export and Resistance

Review – Globalization, Labor Export and Resistance

Placing the experiences of Filipino domestic service workers at the centre of her enquiry, Lindio-McGovern provides a voice for this exploited workforce by tracing their narratives of solidarity and resistance.

Britain, the UK Independence Party and the EU

Britain, the UK Independence Party and the EU

When the UK holds a referendum on the EU, the campaign will be tense and the country will probably vote to leave. Yet, this will not be due to the Eurosceptic rhetoric of Ukip.

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