Category Archives: European Union

Dexit for England and Wales

On October 8 protests against leaving the European Union took place at a number of places along the border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic. These were organised by the campaign “Border Communities against Brexit”. Hundreds attended demonstrations at … Continue reading

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Democratic Exit or DEXIT (part 1)

In the Tory referendum campaign like many I argued for an “ever closer union” of the European working class. Greater working class co-operation and integration through European trade unions and European wide workers parties is needed, along with and part … Continue reading

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Connolly

Ireland exits UK Last Saturday the Wakefield Socialist History group held a very interesting and informative meeting on James Connolly and the 1916 Easter uprising. A range of speakers, O’Connor Lysaght, Allan Armstrong, Robin Stocks, Bernie McAdam and Adam Buick, … Continue reading

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The EU Debate

Comrades, I spoke in a debate at the Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group alongside a speaker from Labour (Remain) and the SWP (Leave). I presented a republican perspective on the issue. Below were some specific questions asked and my answers. How … Continue reading

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Scotland Remains and England Abstains

Scotland Remains and England Abstains On 23 June, around 40 million people will decide from three options – vote Leave, vote Remain or Abstain. The latter is “when a participant in a vote either does not go to vote (on … Continue reading

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