Friday, 19 July , 2019

Brexit

Holding the EU Together

Stressed by a long recession and a new refugee crisis, the European Union granted extraordinary concessions to London to keep Great Britain from splitting...

Dwindling UK sovereignty may push attorney general to back Brexit

Britain’s Attorney General Jeremy Wright may vote for a Brexit amid mounting concern that European courts are whittling away the UK’s sovereignty, it has...

Lies, Damned Lies And Yet More Misleading Statistics On Europe

by Iain Begg In war, according to the ancient Greek dramatist Aeschylus, truth is the first casualty. Plainly, he had not foreseen the Brexit referendum campaign...

Programme For A Good, More Social And Sustainable Europe

by John Palmer As the pro-European, left wing British think tank, Compass, has rightly insisted, any serious project for a “Good Europe” must first confront the...

Von der Tragödie des Grexit zur Farce des Brexit

Von Elmar Altvater War vor gut einem Jahr das Spiel von EU, EZB usw. mit Griechenland in der Hauptrolle noch große Tragödie, so kann das...

Brexit: the challenge for Europe

The following article by John Pedler discusses British prime minister David Cameron’s decision to hold a referendum on whether or not to exit the EU. http://mondediplo.com/blogs/brexit-the-challenge-for-europe      

The internationalist case against the European Union

For the first time in a generation Britain will vote on its membership of the European Union, probably in the autumn of 2016. How...

The EU referendum: The case for a socialist Yes vote

By John Palmer I would like to preface this discussion with Alex Callinicos, on what attitude socialists should take to the referendum on Britain’s membership...