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There is no green revolution without tax justice

There is no green revolution without tax justice

There's a green wave sweeping through European Parliament. But meaningful action on issues like climate change cannot be achieved without countries rewriting corporate tax law.

The European Parliament’s Brexitstential crisis

The European Parliament’s Brexitstential crisis

The UK Brexit Party sees a somewhat ironic spectacular success, while the Greens' rise shows that the shifting nature of class is producing a real shift in politics for the first time in decades.

May madness in European Parliament as Brexit Party prospers

May madness in European Parliament as Brexit Party prospers

Theresa May's forthcoming resignation has been underscored by a huge result for the Brexit Party and a shocking rout for the Conservatives in the UK's EU parliamentary vote

Why EU election results not as dire — or exciting — as you think

Why EU election results not as dire — or exciting — as you think

Relax, there is not a continent-wide shift towards fascism in the European Union. The recent EU elections are more about countrywide dissatisfaction than a terrifying move to the far Right.

Europe post-politics is a Brown study

Europe post-politics is a Brown study

Gordon Brown appears to have retained his death-like grip on Number 10, but little else concrete has emerged from the European elections.

Europe’s fascists on the rise

Europe’s fascists on the rise

Europe’s neo-fascists achieved electoral success in the European elections. Should we start worrying? asks Jeff Sparrow.

Rundle: Europe simultaneously collapses and recomposes

Rundle: Europe simultaneously collapses and recomposes

British workers have not yet received the memo about One Europe, or the idea that bosses aren't lying bastards, writes Guy Rundle.

China in contempt of Parliament – again

China in contempt of Parliament – again

The People’s Republic of China is an unpleasant dictatorship – with scant regard for democracy in Australia, it appears, writes Christian Kerr.