Best posts for Friday 31st March

Guerilla Wire /   March 30, 2017 at 8:49 PM 288 views

In case you missed them, here’s our selection of the best posts for 31st March 2017 featured on Guerilla Wire.

Broken Britain [how Great Britain just became Little England]

Stewart Bremner

Theresa May’s fantasy of a quickfire EU-UK trade deal lies in ruins

Thomas G. Clark

Lessons from Brexit [the left needs to stop appeasing the hard right]

Simon Wren-Lewis

What Labour can do about Brexit [how Labour can seize the initiative]

Phil

J’accuse…! Dominic Cummings and Vote Leave [whatever Brexit is, it is not a new dawn]

Graham Kirby

Brexit: the state capacity question [or: the Conservative Party no longer believes in conservatism]

Chris Dillow

What would [a ‘people-powered’ NHS] look like?

Alex Fox

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