Opinion: Why is Starmer Reopening the Pandora’s Box of Brexit?
by Andrew Fisher
Report: Helping White Refugees Gets You £350. Helping Black or Brown Ones Gets You Prison Time
by Tiara Ataii
Opinion: We Saved 14,000 People From Drowning in the Mediterranean—And Italy Wants to Imprison Us for It
by The Iuventa Crew
Analysis: The UK Border Regime Extends a Whole Lot Further Than France
by Zoe Gardner
Analysis: Has Keir Starmer Heard of Pasokification?
by Joana Ramiro
Downstream: Independence for the North of England Interview With Philip Proudfoot
In recent years Scottish and Welsh independence, as well as Irish unification, have become increasingly plausible with Britain’s departure from the EU highlighting major points of difference, as well as economic imbalances, across the home nations. But could the break up of the UK ever include the North of England? And what would a sovereign […]
Opinion: It’s Not Enough to Defend the Five-Day Week – We Must Demand Four
by Aidan Harper
Live: Done Deal
Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen have agreed to a UK-EU Trade Deal. Reaching a deal on Christmas eve is a short-term win for Johnson, after a disastrous few days in which he’s overseen a huge spike in Covid deaths and last minute changes to holiday plans. But what will the deal mean for […]
Live: Brexit’s Last Chance Saloon
As they meet for dinner in Brussels, can Ursula Von Der Leyen and Boris Johnson break the deadlock on a Brexit deal? With Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani.
Analysis: The Rest of the World is Having a Trade Deal Party and Brexit Britain Isn’t Invited
by James Meadway
Report: Deportation Flights to the EU Have Increased Threefold, As the UK Rushes to Return Asylum Seekers Before Brexit
by Rivkah Brown
Report: The UK is Rushing to Deport Asylum Seekers Before Brexit, New Data Shows
by Rivkah Brown
Opinion: Greenwashing the Establishment: How the Irish Greens Sold Out Environmentalists and the Working Class
by Patrick O'Donoghue
Opinion: Boris Johnson’s Plan to Ditch the Withdrawal Agreement Shows His Mandate is Built on Lies
by Aaron Bastani
Boris Johnson won the 2019 election having secured, in his words, an ‘excellent’ withdrawal agreement for the UK. If he now undermines this agreement - potentially in favour of a no deal Brexit - his mandate will be built on lies, argues Aaron Bastani.
Live: Bust-Up or Bluster?
Boris Johnson won last year’s general election promising to implement his oven ready deal. However, less than 12 months later he’s planning to break The Withdrawal Agreement. Are the government really willing to unilaterally break a legally binding international treaty? Or is this just typical bluster from the Prime Minister? Plus, Extinction Rebellion take on […]
International: Where Does Belarus Go Now?
by Nelly Bekus
Opinion: Britain’s Channel Crossings Policy Comes Straight Out of Fortress Europe’s Playbook
by Chloe Haralambous and Barnaby Raine
The UK government has pledged to make Channel crossings completely “unviable” for migrants. Brexit doesn't mean we're leaving Fortress Europe - it's the birth of Fortress Britain, argue Chloe Haralambous and Barnaby Raine.