Steve McGiffen

The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement - Dutch people vote overwhelmingly against

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As with the 2005 referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, their vote will be effectively ignored

The European Project has always been to further capitalism, not to foster peace

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My appreciation of Syriza has not really changed since the Greek capitulation to the Brussels-Frankfurt Gang.

Why Syriza deserves our support

It’s an easy game to play from the stands.

Vίκη!

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Hollowing out democracy

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European Parliament elections reveal poverty of British left’s tactics

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Failure to make any impression should mean “No 2 abstentionism, Yes 2 grown-up politics” argues Steve McGiffen.

European Elections - Britain’s Left Unity can’t ignore Europe

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Left Unity, which recently held its first national conference, is a worthy initiative and one which deserves widespread support. I wish it well. Britain certainly needs a new party. Voting Labour has gone from tactically dubious to utterly absurd. And reading through the policies adopted at the new party’s conference, I could find little to disagree with – in principle.

European elections - Prospects for radical left parties

The EP elections are due from 22nd to 25th May this year.

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