Monthly Archives: June 2017

Corbyn Clarification Clarified

Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell say Labour will negotiate a free trade agreement outside the EU single market. Maybe yes, maybe no say Barry Gardner, shadow secretary for international trade and Keir Starmer, shadow Brexit secretary, the following day. It … Continue reading

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Corbyn Clarity

I stand corrected already! Labour wants a ‘jobs-first’ Brexit, but one in the form of a bespoke agreement with the EU providing tariff free access outside the single market (Corbyn on Andrew Marr, McDonnell on Peston on Sunday). Well, it … Continue reading

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What do we know about Brexit and what should Labour do?

Apologies for a long post. Its that bloomin’ Brexit again! I should state a view from the outset. The starting point is Britain’s place in a world dominated by international corporations and a global financial elite, trade blocs and regional … Continue reading

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Cross Party Brexit?

Maybe it was a Brexit election after all? From the following day, and with increasing force, people are saying that hard Brexit is now impossible, that there is a parliamentary majority for soft Brexit – essentially membership of the single … Continue reading

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