Labour’s run to the right is pushing Scotland towards independence
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Hunt’s financial reforms could win an election – and crash the UK economy
The chancellor has put the economy on the line to appeal to Brexiteers, hedge fund manegers and City oligarchs
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Decades of neoliberalism have paved the way for authoritarian reactionaries, but we can change direction
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Keir Starmer’s broken promises will come back to haunt him (and Labour)
Britain’s Labour leader was elected as a left-winger, but then ran to the right. Why would voters trust anything he says?
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While the question of Scotland’s independence won’t be solved by a British court, the ruling could cause chaos