Analysis: Never let May lecture the indy movement about not taking No for an answer again
CommonSpace editor Ben Wray says that when it comes to democratic legitimacy, an independence referendum is streets ahead of the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement
THE Prime Minister’s new plan is to keep ramming Plan A down the throats of MPs until they eat it.
Not content with losing twice, it’s now reported that May is setting up not one, but two new meaningful votes on her Brexit deal.
Analysis: Boris Johnson is wrong – historic crimes cannot be forgotten
The former foreign secretary’s argument that investigations into cases of historical abuse are “malarkey” ignores both their contemporary relevance and his own stated position
“APPALLING”. “An affront to victims”. “Ignorant, dangerous, disgraceful and unbelievably distasteful".
Analysis: As April elections approach, Israel increasingly reveals itself as a racist endeavour
Israel, already a violent and racist state, is heading in an even more dangerous direction as April elections approach
THE decision by the state of Israel to ban two Arab parties, Balad and United Arab List, and to ban a Jewish candidate for a third major Arab party, Hadash, ahead of elections next month has made little impact on Western politics.