Hamas are winning in this latest appalling round of conflict in Israel-Palestine, whilst innocent Palestinians are losing their lives. Yes, their monstrous attacks on innocent civilians in southern Israel have been condemned by almost every country in the world, but they have surely reinforced their standing amongst extremists and bolstered their recruiting. What does a Hamas commander care […]
Author: Molly Scott Cato
Molly Scott Cato was MEP for South West England until Brexit and speaks for the Green Party on Finance. She is a Professor of Green Economics at Roehampton University.
The bonfire of EU law, long threatened by extreme Brexiteers, is coming to the House of Commons this week. The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill will introduce sunset clauses for more than 2,400 laws, meaning they will automatically cease to have force at the end of 2023, whether they have been replaced with domestic legislation […]
Last week the government ratified the first new trade deal since Brexit – and your MP didn’t get to vote on it. Is this what the Brexiteers meant by taking back control? I’m talking about the UK-Australia trade deal. It is fairly insignificant in economic terms, the government’s official impact assessment suggests the increased trade […]
There is no question that the fates of Boris Johnson and Brexit are inextricably linked. It is impossible to imagine that the UK would have abandoned its 40-year relationship with the EU had it not been for this young journalist making his name through inventing nonsense stories about the Eurocracy and for the same man, […]