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A massive opportunity was missed in Glasgow, says Tim Harris, Leyton and Wanstead CLP. Hundreds of millions were looking to COP26 to agree the drastic programme needed to rapidly cut CO2 and methane emissions. That action is vital if global temperatures are to be limited to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels - and so avoid the… Continue reading COP26: Don’t believe the hype
Mickey Brady, Sinn Fein MP for Newry & Armagh, extends solidarity to the Palestinian people. As a Sinn Féin MP, I have always been proud of our party’s historic solidarity with the Palestinian people. As Irish republicans, internationalism is more than a buzzword. We know our history. We know the nefarious role British imperialism has… Continue reading Two nations, one struggle
Stephen Beckett looks at the latest Israeli bombardment of Gaza, the UK’s role in it, and the explosion of grassroots support for Palestine. “In our thousands, in our millions we are all Palestinians” chanted the masses on the demos. The ‘hostilities’ between Israel and Palestine have ceased and life returns to ‘normal’. But nothing is… Continue reading We are all Palestinians
Former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, says the people of Ireland have the right to decide their own future. Labour Briefing readers have a proud historical record – of which I am also proud to have been part – of supporting the peace process in the North of Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement, the… Continue reading Time for a Border Poll
Mary Lou McDonald TD, President of Sinn Fein (Uachtaran Shinn Fein) and Leader of the Opposition in Dail Eireann, says the Good Friday Agreement should be honoured. There is a growing conversation throughout Ireland about the future. A conversation about the type of future we want to have and the country we want to live… Continue reading Unity is the future for Ireland