• Post-COVID Politics

    March 26, 2020 11:07 PM

    Author: Trevor Smith

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  • A New Dawn After The Coronavirus

    March 22, 2020 8:23 PM

    Author: Paul Hindley

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  • UBI to save us from a virus, does it make sense?

    March 19, 2020 12:18 PM


    Is UBI the Answer to Our Economic Crisis?

    By Stephen Richmond

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  • Liberal Britain 2035: Health, Wealth, and Power

    March 10, 2020 1:35 PM


    After the Election: The Way Forward for Liberalism

    By Ian Kearns

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  • Beyond The Tribes

    March 05, 2020 8:18 PM


    Beyond the Tribes

    By Ian Brodie-Brown

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  • Carthago delenda est

    February 25, 2020 9:09 PM

      Carthago Delenda Est

    By Neil Hughes

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  • Rethinking Economic Liberalism

    September 19, 2019 9:07 PM

    Rethinking Economic Liberalism

    By Stephen John Richmond

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  • Unite to stop No Deal Brexit

    August 21, 2019 10:59 PM

    Over the past week we have watched with increasing alarm as tribalism between progressive activists in different parties has grown following Jeremy Corbyn’s proposal for a ‘caretaker government’.

    We call upon all MPs to support a motion of no confidence in Boris Johnson’s government and its relentless pursuit of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit. We seek a government under any leader who can command a majority in the House of Commons against a No Deal Brexit on 31st October, as well as allowing for a ‘People’s Vote’ Referendum on Brexit, which would include the option to Remain in the EU.

    We are open to the possibility of a new General Election taking place, if there is not a common agreement for a People’s Vote amongst the different parties and MPs.

    If Jeremy Corbyn can assemble the necessary independent and rebel Conservative MPs to become Prime Minister, including with Liberal Democrat support, then we call upon the Liberal Democrats to support him.

    We welcome the media reports of Liberal Democrat sources which state that the party has ‘no objection in principle’ to supporting Jeremy Corbyn in-order to stop a No Deal Brexit.  We encourage the Liberal Democrats to keep saying this.

    If Mr Corbyn cannot assemble the necessary MPs to command a majority in the House of Commons, then we call upon the Labour Party and other political parties and MPs to find an alternative unity candidate.

    Jo Swinson’s proposed candidates of Ken Clarke and Harriet Harman are entirely sensible, we should also be prepared to consider other candidates for Prime Minister.

    The priority is to stop a disastrous and socially unjust No Deal Brexit. The Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party, as well as other progressive parties, must work together to stop No Deal.

    The time has come to put aside tribal differences and to put an end to the looming catastrophe facing this country and the social hardships that would come with it.

  • Open Society Alliance revisited

    July 27, 2019 5:06 PM

    Recently we published a blog post: "An Open Society Alliance must be founded now". We have received an important response to that article and as a result we have created a new section in this website: "On the Left", which you can find on our top navigation menubar. So to read that article and the response it got you can click on that, or this link here.