All articles by: Tribune Editorial

Spain: a test for democracy

Published: November 5, 2017
Written by Tribune Editorial

When a democracy jails its politicians on charges of sedition and rebellion and an international arrest warrant is issued against a regional president for speaking out against the dominance of …

Spotlight on Hammond

Published: November 4, 2017
Written by Tribune Editorial

The Chancellor Philip Hammond is under pressure to use the Budget next month to attempt some redress for the Government’s tattered image and the damage it has sustained in Parliament. …

Consult, listen and lead

Published: July 22, 2017
Written by Tribune Editorial

The amorphous power of Brexit crunch is upon us. It has already taken over British politics and gets underway in practice with the complex process of transferring European Union law …

Now is the time to mobilise

Published: July 6, 2017
Written by Tribune Editorial

The labour movement is buzzing. The old order is crumbling and something new, something fresh, has been created. The fervour is justified at the very least because any credibility claimed …

Care a key election priority

Published: April 21, 2017
Written by Tribune Editorial

Theresa May has proven once again that the Tories can’t be trusted …on anything. The prime minister reiterated several times that she would not call an early election, then without …

Time to respect the vote for Brexit

Published: February 26, 2017
Written by Tribune Editorial

This could well be a collector’s edition – the first time Tribune has agreed with anything Boris Johnson has ever uttered: “I urge the British people to rise up and …