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The Labour Party must embrace a hard, socialist Brexit to stand a chance of winning the general election

The electoral success of a political party depends on many factors. But the most important one is the correct reading of domestic developments and how they are connected to global economic and political trends. Parties must understand both of these environments when developing their campaign strategies. The British economy is characterised by the dominance of

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RIP United Kingdom, 1927-2017

The Tories maintain the electoral momentum and the political initiative, something which is not only going to damage Labour irreversibly, but the entire country, with Brexit negotiations breaking it apart. Read the full post on Open Democracy

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