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A Taste of Democracy – Starving for Power: Reflections on the 2019 General Election

It was an election that was dominated by Brexit, which saw Labour uprooted from its heartlands despite a popular policy agenda. The reasons for the loss have been attributed to Jeremy Corbyn’s media-bedraggled personality, Brexit fatigue, and unrealistic expectations of the Labour party, as well as unclear policy among smaller concerns.

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The Thief and the Cash Cow: Twins from a union of enemies

We need to highlight the common sources of the plight of both British and migrant workers, and foreground the objectives of solidarity, community power, and the overthrow of this economic system as such. It is contradictory to argue against this system while at the same time proclaiming that migrant workers are welcome precisely because of the role they serve within it.

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