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Britain’s political shakeup

Jonny Jones assesses the state of play in the Tory Party following Theresa May's assumption of the leadership and the challenge to Jeremy Corbyn's position as Labour leader.

Reactions to Brexit: the March for Europe

Last Saturday, 2 July 2016, over 100,000 people marched through central London to protest against the outcome of the recent British referendum on EU membership. Bettina Trabant reports. The march, organised on social media, set...

Part of the Union? – What should socialists argue in the EU referendum?

Can socialists take a principled position in relation to the EU referendum on 23 June, or should we wish 'a plague on both your houses'? Charlie Hore puts the case for a 'remain' vote, Christina...

Fortress Europe: rs21 interviews Matt Carr

rs21's Kate B interviews Matt Carr, author of Fortress Europe: Inside the War on Immigration.

EU referendum: for an internationalist leave position

Recently rs21 members met to discuss and debate our attitudes towards the EU referendum and related issues, in particular migrant solidarity. Migrant solidarity work is central to rs21. Initiatives like London2Calais have illustrated the possibility...

EU referendum: A crisis of the right, not an opportunity for the left

Rob Owen continues our debate on the EU referendum by arguing the left can abstain from the vote without abstaining from the politics. How to respond to a referendum is a tactical question that requires careful...

Whose Europe? Theirs or Ours?

Socialists do not have the luxury of choosing the conditions in which we fight; however unfavourable the current balance of forces, our task it to argue for an exit from the un-reformable EU on...

Revolutionary socialists and the EU referendum campaign: sorting out the real issues

The EU referendum offers no clear route for socialists; instead, John Walker argues, our focus should be on organising against the attack on migrants and workers which will intensify no matter the outcome. The...

Why are the Tories divided over Europe?

David Renton argues that the argument within the Tory party lies in Thatcherite politics, despite changes to the EU over the last 30 years. The way I see it, Europe is the unfinished business of the...

EU debate: 38 points on Brexit and the Left

Ian Allinson examines what points the radical left can agree on, and what points remain contentious, concluding that we should not lose sight of the fact that our united campaigning for migrant solidarity, for genuine...