By Bertie Russell of Plan C Manchester: Writing in the Telegraph at the beginning of April, the now-former Prime Minister framed Brexit as a ‘needless and reckless… act of economic and political self-harm’[i]. The same conclusion was drawn by a Financial Times editorial in the days prior to the referendum; with Brexit amounting to a
Richard Murphy explains why tax justice is essential for economic reform to take place
By Neil McInroy: For too long we have either turned a blind eye to poverty and disadvantage or hoped that a general rising tide of economic wealth would trickle down. The vote to leave the EU has opened our eyes wide to the depths of disgruntlement and cast a strong light on the inadequacies of
Suicide related deaths among mental health patients over the weekend are actually lower than those occuring during weekdays. The new evidence has been found in a revealing study carried out by the University of Manchester.
By Wretched of the Earth Leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party Nigel Farage poses during a media launch for an EU referendum poster in London. The poster was widely criticized as promoting xenophobia during the campaign. © REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth A lot of people on the Left have woken up to the uncomfortable reality that