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Paul Mason is a New Statesman contributing writer, author and film-maker. As economics editor at Newsnight, then Channel 4 News, he covered the global financial crisis, the Arab Spring, the Occupy movement and the Gaza war. His latest book is Clear Bright Future: A radical defence of the human being.
A rational panic will begin among the clear majority of voters who want to stop Brexit.
For Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg, politics is not just a game for privileged people but a catwalk on which they can display their egos.
The future of progressive politics depends on harnessing the energy of both Corbynism and cosmopolitan Scottish nationalism.
If we refuse the election, Johnson will get his Brexit deal through, and it will be the “will of the people”.
As our democratic institutions come under strain, we must place clear limits on the treatment of citizens.
The Labour leader should insist on becoming deputy prime minister and seek to thwart the creation of a new centrist party.
There is now rising panic in policy circles over the short-term future of banks and the long-term future of the free market itself.
The progressive majority in Britain has just two weeks to get its act together.
In the UK, the US, Italy and Israel, the right is being challenged by popular and constitutional resistance.
Faced with the threat of defeat to Boris Johnson's no-deal Conservatives, the Labour leader has no excuse left for sitting on the fence.