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Left-wing Sinn Fein uproots establishment parties’ hegemony in Ireland_ Left-wing Sinn Fein uproots establishment parties’ hegemony in Ireland

Sinn Fein registered a thumping victory by securing 37 seats out of the 42 it had contested with 24.53% of votes, while the two established parties – the incumbent Fine Gael and Fianna Fail won 20.86% and 22.18% of the votes, respectively

Brexit: The end of the beginning

The UK may have officially left the EU on January 31 but the divisions created during the process remain and many challenges lie ahead

Brexit deal passed in Commons UK House of Commons passes Johnson’s Brexit deal

The deal has set the United Kingdom on course to leave the European Union by the end of the month and complete the transition process by the end of the year

Who can stop the far-right?

The scope and scale of the right-wing resurgence this year shows the urgent need for greater working class mobilizations that can safeguard and deepen democracy and build coalitions

UK results Conservative Party wins comfortable majority in the UK elections

The vote, which saw the worst performance of the Labour Party since 1934, is widely seen as a vote for Brexit

Why did UK side with Boris Johnson?

We look at the role of Brexit in these elections, and why the Labour Party suffered one of its worst defeats in decades.

United Kingdom votes to elect a new Parliament

Political instability persists in the United Kingdom, as people vote in the third elections in less than 4 years

New Brexit Interview “Brexit must be tied to the campaign for a radical and transformative Labour government”

Peoples Dispatch speaks to Martin Hall of the Leave-Fight-Transform (LeFT) campaign on the possibilities for a radical and progressive Brexit and its implications

UK elections and the Brexit question

We talk about how the United Kingdom will look if viewed through the lens of Orientalism

Boris Johnson elections British parliament to vote on snap polls for fourth time today

On Monday, the House of Commons approved a government motion for fresh elections but not by the necessary two-thirds majority. Tuesday’s vote will see the same proposal moved as a bill under another provision that requires only a simple majority

Beaten and bewildered, Boris pushes for another election

Following yet another defeat in parliament on October 22, Boris Johnson has said he will wait for the EU decision on the extension of the Brexit deadline. He is also contemplating calling fresh elections

Brexit: What happens now?

The British parliament will consider the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, which gives legal status to Brexit, on Tuesday. PM Boris Johnson is trying to push an accelerated schedule for passing the bill

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