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Is This England’s Referendum?

Aaron Bastani visited his home city of Bournemouth this week to ask holidayers and locals how they would vote in the Brexit referendum and what their major grievances are with politics today.

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The Two Pillars of Corbynism: The Only Way for Labour to Respond to Brexit

by Tom Cutterham

Jeremy Corbyn's politics are comprised of two central pillars - the combination of which offers the only decent parliamentary response to Brexit.
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Race, Gender, Power

On this week's show Ash Sarkar is joined by activist Cherrell Brown to discuss race, gender and the challenges facing radical organising in liberation movements.


Against ‘Integration’

Ash Sarkar looks at recent comments by Professor Ted Cantle on segregation in the UK and explains why 'Integration' is a flawed and oppressive approach to understanding race.

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How Did We Get Here? The EU Referendum and the Crises of Union

by Joseph Leigh

Sunday Long Read: Britain now heads into a period of unprecedented turbulence. This was not supposed to happen. What does the result suggest about the state of UK democracy? And what strategic challenges does it present to the left?

Class, Race, Migration

On this week’s show Aaron Bastani and Ash Sarkar are joined by Jeremy Gilbert as they discussing class, whiteness and attitudes to migration.

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Labour’s corrupt councils

Aaron Bastani exposes the self-serving corruption of many Labour-led councils, specifically Tower Hamlets where Mayor John Biggs, amidst massive cuts to local services, has just awarded himself and his colleagues a significant pay rise.


Populism and Democracy

On this week’s show James Butler and Aaron Bastani discuss the emergence of populist politics on both the left and right.