WATCH: May's false choices demand a real democratic response
After Theresa May’s Brexit deal failed again by a huge margin, CommonSpace journalist, David Jamieson, argues that this isn’t ‘resilience or ‘staying power’ but cynical authoritarianism.
The only option that wasn’t outlined by May in the House of Commons was returning to the public with a general election.
Analysis: Corbyn's total mess of a Brexit position is deeply rooted in Labourist ideology
The Labour leadership’s tortured efforts to hold Labour-Remain and Labour-Leave voters together is a product of Labour’s left British nationalism which sees questions of the nature of state power as a distraction from real class politics
THE maelstrom over Labour’s Brexit position has been so long-running and, frankly, increasingly boring that you could be forgiven for some scepticism about whether the latest twist genuinely is a turning point.
Interview: Scotland’s referendum experience has provided a template for the Irish Left, says MLA Gerry Carroll
The People Before Profit MLA for West Belfast talks Brexit, democratic rights and the breakup of Britain with CommonSpace
GERRY CARROLL has been a distinctive left-wing voice within the political landscape of Northern Ireland for almost a decade.
Analysis: After the No Confidence vote falls - is the SNP ready to lead?
Mike Russell’s response to Theresa May’s defeat will not settle any of the arguments around a People’s Vote, but confirms that the Scottish Government has more options than an embattled British state
“ALL under heaven is utter chaos,” goes the cheery old dictum. “The situation is excellent.”
But, in wake of a defeat for Theresa May so humiliating it has actually made history, excellent for whom?
WATCH: Does democracy demand a general election
Following Theresa May's crushing defeat in the House of Commons, David Jamieson argues that its time to put this government to bed, and let the people decide with a General Election.
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After May's defeat: Indy activists on what comes next
Independence movement figures respond to May's Withdrawal agreement defeat
The House of Commons has voted against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal agreement.
How should Scottish independence supporters respond at this critical moment in Britain’s history?
CommonSpace asked indy movement figures what they thought came next for the independence cause.
Manny Singh, organiser All Under One Banner:
Analysis: Is history closing in on Corbyn's 'constructive ambiguity' over Brexit?
Is Labour's strategy caught between a General Election and a second vote?
AS MAY'S DEAL finally stumbles into the House of Commons, decision time also draws nearer for the Labour party.
Corbyn has been careful, and largely successful so far, in holding together a voting base divided on the issue of leaving the EU.
But what he does next, and how successful that move is, could be critical to the party’s political fortunes.
The end of 'constructive ambiguity'