Posts By: Benjamin James Davies

Why should we care about the monarchy?

Opinion

17.03.2021

The monarchy, the police, the House of Lords, multinational corporations and the right-wing media are reproducing systems of inequality.

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The state of our unions in the UK

Opinion

15.01.2021

Amidst Brexit and COVID-19, our unions are more important than ever in order to fight 'fire and rehire' schemes and eroding worker protections.

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Pourquoi le Parti travailliste tourne-t-il le dos à la Révolution industrielle verte ?

21.11.2020

Le rapport sur la « reprise verte » est un recul par rapport au manifeste de 2019 qui promettait une révolution industrielle verte.

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Why are the Labour Party turning their back on the Green Industrial Revolution?

Opinion

20.11.2020

Labour’s ‘Green Recovery’ report is a quivering withdrawal from Labour’s 2019 manifesto pledge to deliver a Green Industrial Revolution.

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L’internazionalismo radicale di fronte alla crisi climatica: Perché abbiamo bisogno di un Green New Deal Globale

30.10.2020

di Benjamin James Davies | 24/09/2020   Come il flagello delle locuste, gli inferni da incubo ed una pandemia mortale travolgono il ...

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Solidarietà e resistenza: come gli affittuari lottano contro sfratti ingiusti

30.10.2020

di Benjamin James Davies | 28/09/2020 Con la seconda ondata di COVID-19 che ha travolto il Regno Unito come uno tsunami sono emerse alcune ...

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Covid diktats, disunity and revolt: The slow death of the United Kingdom

Opinion

26.10.2020

What the showdown between Westminster and the regions demonstrates is that the Tories govern in the interest of capital and little else.

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Breaking point: How a Green New Deal for Europe will save us from disaster

Opinion

2.10.2020

We must stop viewing wildfires as a horrific spectacle, and centre these events in the rapidly unfolding disaster of climate breakdown.

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Solidarity and resistance: How renters are fighting against unjust evictions

28.09.2020

As thousands face eviction across the UK, the protection of tenants has become a rallying point around which progressive forces have converged.

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