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What is Internationalism?

18 March 2023

Control over borders is the best way for a country to develop its economy and benefit its people. Such self-determination and independence serve the cause of workers everywhere.

Keep the EU out of Britain – and Ireland too!

10 March 2023

At the end of February the goverment announced a provisional agreement (the Windsor Framework) with the EU to resolve difficulties with the Northern Ireland Protocol. Rishi Sunak claims this will “take back control” of Northern Ireland. It won’t.

Arms escalation in Ukraine no road to peace

9 February 2023

Ukrainian President Zelensky is stepping up efforts to further involve Britain and NATO countries in his war against Russia by pleading for more arms. This makes escalation of the conflict more likely.

Starmer’s speech – the opposite of taking control

12 January 2023

The Labour Party has made its pitch to win the next general election, due in two years’ time at the latest – by stealing the Conservative party’s slogan for the 2016 referendum and 2019 election, Take Back Control, and reinterpreting it.

No going back!

21 November 2022

This government is toying with reversing the referendum vote to leave the European Union. That will get as far as it thinks the people will allow it to go.

Truss beats the drums of war

10 October 2022

Instead of increasing Britain’s security Liz Truss is making the world a less safe place by leading Europe in arming Ukraine, training their soldiers and leading sanctions against Russia, with the defeat of Putin at the top of her list.

Nurses: a call to arms

9 October 2022

Nurses are considering industrial action on pay. It is time for those of us outside the NHS to stop clapping and hear the call to arms.

Carelessness and contempt

5 October 2022

During the past couple of weeks the government’s contempt towards its two main domestic creditors – the pension funds and the Bank of England nearly brought about a new, devastating collapse. 

Making an honest living

As a nation, there are really only two ways for Britain to make a living. It can be an honest one as a manufacturing nation making things that people need. Or it can be a parasitic existence, relying on banking and tourism, and buying in what we need.