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From: Irish Foreign Affairs: Editorials
Date: December, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: History, Sentiment and the EU

Editorial : History, Sentiment and the EU- p. 2

The Karabakh War Pat Walsh p. 9

Two Presidents and Hanna Sheehy Skeffington on British Democracy’s Imperialism Manus O’Riordan p. 10

Economics and the European Union: Part One - Germany before 1945 Peter Brooke p. 18

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From: Labour Affairs
Date: December, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: Starmer to Purge the Labour Party?

No. 314 - Dec 2020 to Jan 2021 ISSN 2050-6031 ISSN 0953-3494

Starmer to Purge the Labour Party? Editorial 1

An Opportunity for Labour

2nd Editorial

Popular Poverty and the Very Rich Persons

by Gwydion M. Williams

British industrial production after World War One by Eamon Dyas

Young People and Work in the Age of Covid by Dave Gardner

What's In the Report on Labour Party Anti-semitism?

by David Morrison






Regular Features

Notes on the News by Gwydion M. Williams

Parliamentary Notes Left-Behind White Pupils


Diary of an Ex-Corbyn foot soldier by Michael Murray





Labour Affairs

Published by the Ernest Bevin Society Editorial Board: Christopher Winch, Jack Lane and Gwydion Williams Website:

Subscription: £20 for one year (10 issues)

Distribution: Dave Fennell Editorial Address No. 2 Newington Green Mansions Green Lanes London N16 9BT

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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: November, 2020
By: Editorial
Corbyn Suspended - Editorial
The Deficit Myth - 2nd Editorial
The Burnham Ultimatum
by Eamon Dyas
The Jewish Chronicle and the Greens
Stephen Kinnock speech on the West Bank, & comment
An Open Letter to President Roosevelt By John Maynard Keynes.
The TUC on Unemployment
Labour and anti-Semitism by Gwydion M. Williams

Regular Features
Parliament Notes - Agriculture
Notes on the News by Gwydion M. Williams

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From: Labour Affairs: Editorials
Date: November, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: The Deficit Myth
Editorials and articles at our website, by subject, at

Newly added - what we were saying in the late 1980s and early 1990s, which still reads well. Web pages and PDFs at

Or by subject at

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: October, 2020
By: Editorial
Title: Britain And Europe: Some Painful Realities

Britain: Some Painful Realities. Editorial
Sir Thomas Artemus Jones—an unsung hero of the Casement Story. Jack Lane
In Defence Of Dorothy Macardle. Dave Alvey (Part 2)
Readers' Letters: Radio Eireann's Terrorists. Simon O'Donnell
Hyperbole? Richard Jones
Cicero, De Juventute, Fine Gael. Donal Kennedy
LEST WE FORGET (41). Extracts from Irish Bulletin. This issue lists British Acts Of Aggression, 15 November 2020 (ed. Jack Lane).
Es Ahora. Julianne Herlihy (Elizabeth Bowen: A Review Of Patricia Laurence's Biography, Part 8)
Some Thoughts On Harold Evans. Eamon Dyas
Paul Grace,1930-2017. Pat Muldowney (Notes On The Role Of Ex-Servicemen In Derry, Part Two)
Ulster Affairs In The Early 1970s. Brendan Clifford
Biteback: Recalling Of Collins Ambush Under Fire. Philip O'Connor: Letter, Sunday Independent, 30th August
The Phil Hogan Debacle. Irish Foreign Affairs Editorial
A War On Women? Cogadh Ar Mhna?
Corrections To August And September Issues Of Irish Political Review
The Human History Of A Shipyard. Wilson John Haire (Part Two)
Political Economy: Printing Money, A Response To John Martin. Chris Winch;
Helicopter Money And All That. Martin Dolphin.
Planning? Fergus O Rahallaigh
Pearse, Other 1916 Leaders, And A Prussian Prince. Manus O'Riordan (Pt.1)
Van the Man on Politics. John Martin
The Northern Ireland Protocol. David Morrison
Does It Stack Up? Michael Stack (The Leaving Certificate Examination)
Labour Comment: The Halligan Legacy?

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