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Socialist Case for Exit
100,000 demonstrate in Brussels against European governments’ savage cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

3 June 2015

European Union referendum: No to a capitalist EU, Yes to a socialist Europe!

The promised EU referendum has the potential to split the government and the Tory party itself from top to bottom

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15 March 2015

What lies behind UKIP?

In recent years, UKIP has emerged as a threat to a number of Tory but also Labour seats. Its Tory-oriented anti-immigration, anti-EU rhetoric has been adapted to a right-wing populism aimed at winning voters fed up with the political establishment.

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9 July 2014

Junk Juncker, Cameron and the anti-worker EU

David Cameron suffered a humiliating defeat by 26 votes to 2, when attempting to block Jean-Claude Juncker becoming the next EU president

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19 March 2014

No to the bosses' EU - Yes to an independent socialist alternative

The question of a referendum over Britain's membership of the European Union is problematic for all the mainstream capitalist parties, writes Hannah Sell

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30 January 2013

Cameron takes a gamble by threatening EU referendum

With the economy again sinking and likewise the Tories' hopes of returning to power in 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron has turned to the issue of Europe to try to take votes from UKIP and improve Tory fortunes

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Striking Greek workers express their opinion of the Troika - the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund (EC, ECB and IMF)

Striking Greek workers express their opinion of the Troika - the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund (EC, ECB and IMF)

17 October 2012

Fight for a socialist and internationalist alternative to the crisis-ridden EU

'But the EU is at war on us' exclaimed a number of Greek workers when reacting to the European Union (EU) being awarded a Nobel peace prize...

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N30: millions of public sector workers went on strike on 30 November 2011, photo Senan

Photo Senan

14 December 2011

Tories speak for the rich - not for us

David Cameron was stoutly defending the 'nation'. This is what he claimed after he was humiliatingly defeated by 26 votes to one at the 9 December EU summit and withdrew from participating in discussions over a new EU treaty. But which nation, asks Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary.

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No2EU candidates and supporters launch their manifesto, photo D Carr

No2EU candidates and supporters launch their manifesto, photo D Carr

10 June 2009

No2EU: a step towards a workers' political voice

No2EU-Yes to Democracy held its launch seven weeks ago. Initiated by the transport workers' union - the RMT - this hastily constructed electoral alliance succeeded in winning 153,236 votes in the European elections, writes Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary.

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North-West No2EU - Yes to Democracy

North-West No2EU - Yes to Democracy

20 May 2009

Why socialists oppose the EU

THE RMT-led coalition for the European elections, 'No2EU-Yes to Democracy', is receiving a very favourable response as a workers' alternative to the rotten establishment parties...

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15 May 2009

Euro elections 2009: Challenging big business and the far-right

In this year's European elections working-class people have a positive alternative to vote for. A new electoral alliance, No2EU-Yes to Democracy has been launched to oppose the EU's big-business agenda

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13 May 2009

No2EU - Yes to Democracy campaign news

No2EU On Thursday 7 May the 'No2EU - Yes to Democracy' campaign declared its full slate of candidates for the 4 June European electon...

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13 May 2009

No to the EU gravy train

MPs' expenses are in the news! MEPs in the European parliament are on the gravy train too. How much has each Euro MP made in the last five years? We should be told! It is a gravy train, writes Dave Hill, No2EU -Yes to Democracy candidate for the European elections, southeast region.

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No2EU - Yes to Democracy press launch, photo Suzanne Beishon

No2EU - Yes to Democracy press launch, photo Suzanne Beishon

15 April 2009

European elections: Why No2EU?

The Socialist Party is backing the No2EU-Yes to Democracy coalition in June's European elections. The European Union's directives and rulings, enthusiastically implemented by the New Labour government, are linked to the avalanche of job losses, wage cuts and continued privatisation that we face, Clive Heemskerk explains.

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7 April 2009

EU presses for cuts in public spending

LAST WEEK'S summit of European Union (EU) finance ministers gave the British government six months to come up with plans to cut public spending...

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11 February 2009

Lindsey oil refinery strike: Workers score important victory

Socialist Party industrial organiser Bill Mullins writes on the deal done between the Lindsey oil refinery strike committee and the Total oil company, the refinery owners...

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5 February 2009

Economic crisis - cracks appear in the bosses' EU

Eurozone 10th anniversary: THE INTERNATIONAL capitalist crisis has served to completely discredit the ideology of free market policies of the 'boom' period, of the last 20 years or so, writes Danny Byrne, Committee for a Workers' International (CWI).

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4 March 2008

EU war with super-rich?

PEOPLE ARE becoming angry at scandals involving the super-rich and their tax-avoiding policies...

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23 June 2005

Summit rows intensify EU crisis

THE FAILURE of the EU summit marked a deepening of the crises of the European ruling classes...

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2 June 2005

EU constitution defeated

THE FRENCH 'no' to the EU constitution is a massive blow to the pro-big business politicians in France and Europe...

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6 November 2004

Ministers Paper Over Growing EU Crises

ON 29 October leaders from the 25 member states of the European Union (EU), meeting in Rome, signed a new European Constitution...

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