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A new internationalism on the terms of labour

By Ann Pettifor / 7 June, 2021

If progressive European political parties are to achieve both relevance and electoral success, a paradigm shift is required: away from Social Democracy’s attachment to financialised globalisation. If they aim to defeat nationalism, and to end the cycle of debt inflations and deflations on one side and trade wars on the […]

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A vision for our European future

By Maria João Rodrigues / 4 May, 2021

We are entering a new phase of the European project. The central equation of this new phase can be presented in the following terms: if we want to renew the European economic and social model to address the ongoing ecological and digital transformations, and if we want to improve global […]

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The Brexit (and more) election

By Richard Corbett / 15 November, 2019

if the Conservatives secure a majority of seats in the Commons, then Brexit will happen next year. If they don’t, then there will be a new referendum. But anything can happen.

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The New Democratic Party (NDP) and the Labour Movement in Canada

By Andrew Jackson / 5 November, 2019

A short history of the Canadian NDP and an opportunity to take inspiration of the relations between the party and the trade unions

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Europeans Not Wanted in Britain – The Ugly Side of Brexit

By Denis MacShane / 8 December, 2017

For many European Union citizens in the UK there is worry about their future status.

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After the tertiary sector, the middle class confronted with the digital sector

By Daniel Cohen / 9 November, 2017

Is it a threat for Social Europe and more specially labour? An interview by Alain Bloëdt with Daniel Cohen

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We must introduce social considerations into the various economic policy mechanisms

By Nicolas Schmit / 8 November, 2017

An interview by Alain Bloëdt with Nicolas Schmit, on the state of social, in Europe.

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Promises, promises

By Deborah Mattinson / 1 May, 2017

After the ‘longest suicide note in history’ back in 1983, Labour, on its journey towards modernisation, latched on to the idea of the ‘symbolic policy’: a policy that illustrates a party’s long term values and vision while also connecting strongly with voters. The sale of council houses, introduced by the […]

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Restoring Confidence in Politics

By Anne Muxel / 5 October, 2016

Youth are the first group affected by the lack of access to the labour market.

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