In a joint op-ed the trio warned: “Every choice has a consequence. Without the free movement of people, there can be no free movement of capital, goods and services. Without a level playing field on environment, labour, taxation and state aid, there cannot be the highest quality access to the single market. … [Read more...] about Brexit: Ann Widdecombe leads barmy boastful bagpiping bye-bye from Brussels
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What’s to blame? According to Milano, the phenomenon of over-tourism comes partially from the rise in global mobility. Increased transnational travel has led to rising numbers of international students, migrant workers, second home residents, and even journalists working overseas. He also emphasises the role of neoliberalism, which he says is turning cities from “locations to destinations”. … [Read more...] about Global tourism hits record highs – but who goes where on holiday?
An EU official confirmed the UK has not agreed to Brussels’ proposal that would keep Northern Ireland within the Customs Union if a new trading relationship does not avoid the creation of a hard border. … [Read more...] about UK wins transition deal – but Tories revolt over fishing ‘surrender’
This is still the case in a democracy: contrary to what is often asserted, democratic politics is not defined by the absence of such a frontier. In fact, what characterises a liberal pluralist democracy is the way this line is drawn – so that the “them” are not seen as enemies to be destroyed, but as adversaries engaged in a confrontation between competing conceptions of the common good. When it is formulated in terms of an opposition between left and right – rather than in religious or ethnic terms – this frontier is crucial for democracy, because it provides the necessary framework for a confrontation between two legitimate positions. … [Read more...] about Centrist politics will not defeat Boris Johnson’s rightwing populism