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Our fractious party can unify around Europe

The human crisis of refugees desperate to find asylum highlights why being at the heart of European politics is critical for the Labour Party as we speed towards next year’s Brexit referendum.

David Cameron and his government have refused to be...

How should Labour engage with the Europe debate?

For the next 18 months, Europe will dominate the national political conversation. What part Labour will play, however, is still up for grabs. Wary of sharing a platform with David Cameron after the Scottish independence referendum, some in the party...

The ‘In’ Crowd: Labour needs to define a pro-EU agenda

The genie of nationalism has been truly unleashed by Alex Salmond, and Labour now finds itself buffeted by unprecedented forces on either side of the border. Douglas Carswell has ripped apart the delicate Tory truce on Europe and the obscure...

How Europe can be the future once again

Europe was the future once – and it could be once again. Pro-Europeans like to accuse Nigel Farage and the Eurosceptics of wanting to take the country back to the 1950s, perhaps the 1850s. But the uncomfortable truth is that...

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