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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: January, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: Labour’s Internal War

Editorials and articles at our website, by subject, at

http://labouraffairsmagazine.com/.

Newly added - what we were saying in the late 1980s and early 1990s, which still reads well. Web pages and PDFs at https://labouraffairsmagazine.com/very-old-issues-images/.

Or by subject at https://labouraffairsmagazine.com/very-old-issuesimages/m-articles-by-topic/.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: December, 2019
By: Angela Clifford
Title: Border Poll?
Is the situation ripe for a Border Poll? And, if it is, what question should be put?

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From: Irish Political Review: Articles
Date: November, 2019
By: Angela Clifford
Title: Some Guidance For The EU!
All the EU states are post-1945 constructions, with the exception of Spain, Portugal and Ireland, which were neutral in Britain’s last major act of mayhem in the world: World War 2

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: October, 2019
By: Editorial
Title: In Limbo Land!
Parliament, as the creator of law, has not in any real sense been subject to law. Things have been so arranged that Governments have created whatever law they needed. The present Government is trying to preserve that situation.
The Opposition seems to be driving the situation towards a Legislature semi-detached from the Executive, with both subject to a law system operated by the Judiciary—all grating on each other—the kind of thing that the world is littered with. But that is hope rather than expectation.

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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: October, 2019
By: Editorial
Title: Labour’s Neutral Brexit
a Labour victory at the next election will depend on its ability to focus the campaign on its radical economic and social programme for Britain

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