38 Degrees responds to criticisms of its neutral stance in the EU referendum, saying that it is committed to inclusive, participatory democracy. The second part of our debate over what 'neutrality' means in these fractious times.
The campaigning organisation 38 Degrees has adopted a version of 'neutrality' that means kow-towing to a restrictive vision of Brexit. The first part of our debate over what 'neutrality' means in these fractious times.
While the right acts decisively to
restore the established order, the Corbyn experiment eschews both democracy and
state power, and thus Labour’s best hope of transforming capitalism – part two of two.