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Socialist parties on the decline in Europe

"There is even a new word for the social democratic swoon: Pasokization..." The post Socialist parties on the decline in Europe appeared first on Hot Air.
The PFI contracts that keep costing the taxpayer | Letters

The PFI contracts that keep costing the taxpayer | Letters

Readers respond to shadow chancellor John McDonnell’s pledge to bring billions of pounds’ worth of PFI projects and their staff back under government controlIn your editorial (26 September) on John
The Guardian view on Corbyn’s speech: his best yet | Editorial

The Guardian view on Corbyn’s speech: his best yet | Editorial

The Labour leader thinks the election this summer is proof that his party is now electable because of socialism not despite it. It’s too early to bet against himIt is remarkable what a difference a
The Guardian view on Brexit and the Bank: the challenge of populism | Editorial

The Guardian view on Brexit and the Bank: the challenge of populism | Editorial

It is 20 years since the Bank of England gained independence. It may not survive the nationalist pressures of leaving the EUBank of England independence, announced just five days after Labour’s 1997
Socialism with a spine: the only 21st century alternative | John Quiggin

Socialism with a spine: the only 21st century alternative | John Quiggin

Soft neoliberalism has exhausted its appeal. The best progressive alternative is an explicit embrace of socialismSocialism is back, much to the chagrin of those who declared it dead and buried at the
The Guardian view on the IMF’s message: yes, tax the super-rich | Editorial

The Guardian view on the IMF’s message: yes, tax the super-rich | Editorial

The Reagan-Thatcher revolution changed society’s beliefs about taxes for the worse. It’s a good thing the IMF agrees with Labour that we need a rethink if we want economic growth shared fairlyThe
Corbyn has a Washington ally on taxing the rich. But no, it’s not Trump

Corbyn has a Washington ally on taxing the rich. But no, it’s not Trump

The IMF has finally departed from 40 years of orthodoxy on taxation and economic growth, but it’s unlikely to persuade anyone in the US governmentThe International Monetary Fund has been on quite a
The Maduro regime has more global, socialist support than you think

The Maduro regime has more global, socialist support than you think

And in some unexpected places The post The Maduro regime has more global, socialist support than you think appeared first on Hot Air.
Jeremy Corbyn sparks row by turning down dinner with Israeli PM

Jeremy Corbyn sparks row by turning down dinner with Israeli PM

Benjamin Netanyahu has been invited to London
NY Times publishes column critical of the left’s soft spot for communism with predictable results

NY Times publishes column critical of the left’s soft spot for communism with predictable results

"They will attempt to dissociate Communist theory from practice in an effort to acquit the former." The post NY Times publishes column critical of the left’s soft spot for communism with predictable
Recognise Palestine to mark Balfour centenary, says Emily Thornberry

Recognise Palestine to mark Balfour centenary, says Emily Thornberry

Shadow foreign secretary urges formal UK recognition 100 years after declaration that paved way for creation of IsraelThe shadow foreign secretary, Emily Thornberry, is calling on the UK to mark the
Labour activist says she was raped at party event and told not to report it

Labour activist says she was raped at party event and told not to report it

New allegation emerges after female Westminster staffer reports being assaulted on a hotel bed by an MPAllegations of sexual misconduct in Westminster took a new turn on Tuesday as a Labour activist
Tory ministers hit out at 'malicious' sexual abuse claims against MPs

Tory ministers hit out at 'malicious' sexual abuse claims against MPs

Dominic Raab and Rory Stewart, who were named on list of alleged Tory misdeeds, have both strongly denied the accusations against themTwo Conservative ministers have hit out at what they call false
Corbyn defends promotion of MP accused of inappropriate behaviour

Corbyn defends promotion of MP accused of inappropriate behaviour

Labour leader says he thought it was reasonable to make Kelvin Hopkins a shadow minister despite him having been reprimandedJeremy Corbyn has defended promoting Kelvin Hopkins to his shadow cabinet
May and Corbyn to set out competing views of Brexit negotiations

May and Corbyn to set out competing views of Brexit negotiations

Prime minister to tell CBI she wants transition deal in which existing market rules continue, while Labour leader will criticise ‘chaos and confusion’Theresa May will promise business leaders a Brexit
New safeguards to protect staff from sleaze at Westminster

New safeguards to protect staff from sleaze at Westminster

'We need to do more to stop these abuses of power.'
Labour urges May to treat sexual harassment consistently across parties

Labour urges May to treat sexual harassment consistently across parties

Party leaders agree grievance system for Westminster staff as MPs on both sides of the house are suspended following misconduct allegationsLabour has urged Theresa May to ensure the same punishments
Brexit weekly briefing: UK business leaders fret over lack of progress

Brexit weekly briefing: UK business leaders fret over lack of progress

The CBI president voices exasperation at government’s ‘soap opera’ approach and calls for urgent clarity on Brexit transitionWelcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing, a summary of developments
John Prescott‘s son ‘suspended amid sexual harassment allegations’

John Prescott‘s son ‘suspended amid sexual harassment allegations’

John Prescott‘s son has been suspended amid storm of sexual harassment allegations at Westminster.
Jeremy Corbyn nips to Greggs for a pasty after heading north to highlight Universal Credit

Jeremy Corbyn nips to Greggs for a pasty after heading north to highlight Universal Credit

He ventured north to highlight issues with Universal Credit.