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Natalie Bennett’s speech heard yesterday in the Lords on the rights of EU citizens in the UK – Why the Settled Status scheme should be declaratory and have a physical record.
One of the defining features of British politics in recent decades has been the critical discussion of European integration. And this election was called because of a major issue about the EU. So surely this is the apotheosis of Euroscepticism?
The announcement of an election pact by three ‘Remain’, pro-European parties — the Liberal Democrats, Greens and Plaid Cymru — is a throwback to 1918, a momentous year for Britain electorally.
The no-deal parliament is hastily preparing for a return to Westminster. Questions on how MPs and campaigners can stop the incoming crash have settled on the spurious ‘government of national unity’ as a bricked-up tunnel to Boris Johnson’s runaway train.
Apollo missions pushed forward a ‘one planet’ ideology – but will this ever replace nationalism in politics?5 min read
The first generation of spacefarers realised that Earth binds our planetary civilisation into a coherent whole. When, if ever, will politics catch up?