All articles by: Paul Donovan

May’s migration myths

Published: March 11, 2017
Written by Paul Donovan

Can the Prime Minister be seriously contemplating cutting links with the European Union’s single market – Britain’s largest trading area – because she really believes that “securing the borders” is …

Exhibition: Secret state revealed

Published: January 29, 2017
Written by Paul Donovan

Edmund Clark: War On Terror Imperial War Museum, London Edmund Clark’s exhibition at the Imperial War Museum touches on some of the most disturbing elements of the so-called War on …

Corbyn victory can guarantee radicalism

Published: September 16, 2016
Written by Paul Donovan

Labour is pushing back against the neo-liberal tide, and Jeremy Corbyn’s re-election can ensure that process continues.   The political agenda has been drifting steadily rightward for the best part …

Fighting Trident with the facts

Published: July 13, 2016
Written by Paul Donovan

The Truth About Trident by Timmon Milne Wallis Luath Press £12.99 This timely book provides a comprehensive demolition of most arguments for the UK to continue to hold Trident nuclear …

Back to the future of pensions

Published: March 21, 2016
Written by Paul Donovan

Paul Donovan argues that the Government’s review of state pensions will be just another attempt to remove support from those most in need

Unions may defy ‘anti-worker’ law

Published: November 6, 2015
Written by Paul Donovan

TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady attacked the Government’s Trade Union Bill as an “anti-worker, civil rights-denying and trade union-bashing shambles”.