Briefing note: How the Great Repeal Bill threatens our democracy

A new and vital guide to the threat the Great Repeal Bill represents to our democracy ▸ Read more


Meaningful citizenship starts with political rights

Niccolo Milanese continues the debate we are hosting on the idea of an individual associate membership of the EU ▸ Read more


The case for individual associate citizenship of the European Union

Mary Kaldor discusses the proposal to grant UK citizens the option of becoming associate citizens of the EU after Brexit ▸ Read more


Less than 2 weeks to guarantee European citizens’ basic rights

Unelected barons are more progressive than MPs on migrants' rights, apparently. ▸ Read more


What just happened – and why you shouldn’t despair

We should be honest and sober about what is happening, but there there is plenty of hope. Here's why. ▸ Read more


6 key amendments to the Article 50 Bill

Get your MP to support these 6 amendments. ▸ Read more


The arguments of “Lexit” are as illogical as ever. We won’t go down without a fight

Neil Faulkner exposes the torturous lack of logic emanating from defenders of "Lexit" as the Morning Star steps up its campaign against free movement ▸ Read more


Why Britain Stronger in Europe’s MPs are wrong to raise the white flag on free movement

Labour MPs connected to Britain Stronger in Europe have announced they want an end to free movement. This is bad economics and bad politics, argues Sam Fowles  ▸ Read more


Yanis Varoufakis: A letter to supporters of Another Europe Is Possible

In a letter addressed to supporters of Another Europe Is Possible, Yanis Varoufakis makes the case for the organisation to unite with the Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 ▸ Read more


The ‘lexit’ delusion

Marina Prentoulis argues the left can find no cause for celebration in the Brexit disaster ▸ Read more


Debate: We all have an interest in Labour’s future

A discussion piece from Michael Chessum on Labour and the political landscape after the EU referendum ▸ Read more


Brexit and the rise of racism

Neil Faulkner discusses the relationship between racism and the Leave campaign ▸ Read more


Caroline Lucas: Imagine how this debate feels for EU nationals living here

Caroline Lucas says the left must stand up and be counted in the EU referendum debate ▸ Read more


What future for Europe?

Luke Cooper reviews Our Europe; Not Theirs (Lawrence and Wishart, 2016) ▸ Read more


As Portugal continues on anti-austerity path, will Spain be next?

David Raby asks if Portugal's quiet shift away from austerity shows Europe the way to a new future ▸ Read more


Dave Prentis: Reject this divisive Leave campaign

The last refuge of the scoundrel is stoking up fear of the foreign, argues Dave Prentis ▸ Read more


So you think the EU can’t be reformed?

Check your history and think again, argue Hilary Wainwright and Mary Kaldor ▸ Read more


Catching up with Portugal

50 years ago England beat Portugal in the ’66 World Cup semi-final but Mark Perryman argues English decline has left England racing to keep up with their Euro rivals ▸ Read more


Leaving the EU would ‘trap us in the 20th century’

The 'warts and all' novelty of the EU as an institution means it has a vital role to play in addressing global problems, writes Mary Kaldor ▸ Read more


If you want to save the NHS then vote ‘Remain’ on the 23rd June

In this exclusive article, Unison's Dave Prentis explains why health workers are campaigning for the UK to remain inside the EU ▸ Read more


I voted out in 1975, but we’re in a different situation today. There’s no going back

Andrew Burgin explains why he's calling on the left to back 'remain' ▸ Read more


Workers’ rights, migration and some necessary realism – why another Europe is (still) possible

Sol Gamsu looks at some of the arguments for Brexit in light of Another Europe's recent gathering ▸ Read more


New EU refugee stance only ‘pays lip service’ to international law

Zoe Gardner condemns another flawed refugee policy and calls for a 180 degree change in thinking ▸ Read more


They took the words right out of our mouth

Mark Perryman of Philosophy Football applauds Dortmund fans’ vision of another Europe ▸ Read more


Liz Snape: Trade unionists know you don’t win for the collective by walking away

A vote to stay in the EU doesn't mean accepting the Europe we have ▸ Read more


Did you know? The EU and offshore wind power in the UK

Richard Campbell looks at the role of the EU in the UK's offshore wind sector ▸ Read more


Why the left should campaign to remain in the European Union

Adnan Rahman argues that when it comes to the EU referendum, there is only one way for progressives to vote ▸ Read more


A sign of hope in Portugal

David Raby reports on the election of an anti-austerity government in Portugal ▸ Read more


The answer to the EU referendum: Plan B for Europe

Nick Dearden reports on the Plan B for Europe conference in Madrid, 20 - 21st Feb 2016 ▸ Read more


The fixture clash: Euro 2016 vs Euro Referendum

Mark Perryman of Philosophy Football reckons he knows the final score when European football coincides with a big vote on Europe ▸ Read more


If you are a trade unionist there is only one way to vote

Trade unionists should oppose Brexit, argues Judy McKnight ▸ Read more


This is what a European looks like

Mark Perryman of Philosophy Football makes a populist case for Europe ▸ Read more


Christmas in Lesvos – eyewitness report

Zoe Gardner is currently volunteering on the Greek island of Lesvos. She reports from the frontline of "Fortress Europe" on the perilous journey refugees are forced to make in the hope of gaining sanctuary in EU states ▸ Read more


Leaving the EU will not free us from TTIP

The only way to respond to globalised threats to democracy is as part of the EU, argues Sam Fowles ▸ Read more


Let’s be clear, nationalisation is NOT against EU law

Sorry Nigel but EU law will not prohibit a properly handled nationalisation of energy utilities, writes Sam Fowles ▸ Read more


EU debate: We need to stay in Europe to change Europe

The idea that a social Europe could emerge by quitting the EU is a delusion. There are no quick fixes for neoliberalism, writes Luke Cooper in Red Pepper magazine ▸ Read more


Greece shows why we have to change Europe, not walk away

Marina Prentoulis, a senior lecturer in Politics and Media at the University of East Anglia, and a spokesperson for Syriza in the UK explains why even after what happened to Greece it would be wrong to campaign for Britain to leave ▸ Read more


Why we’re launching ‘Another Europe Is Possible’

The referendum on whether or not Britain should remain in the European Union may still be as much as two years away, but already the campaigns on both sides are gearing up, writes Salman Shaheen  ▸ Read more


Is the EU’s pursuit of TTIP reason enough to leave?

Sam Lowe from Friends of the Earth blogs on why TTIP is no reason to leave the EU ▸ Read more