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What Theresa May’s Brexit deal means for global justice (if it happens)


15 November 2018

Global Justice Now took a ‘remain and reform’ position in the EU referendum – to stay in the EU in order to transform it. We feared that leaving would lead to an outpouring of xenophobia and racism, and would potentially unleash a wave of deregulation and liberalisation, especially through trade deals. We were right to be worried.

Brazil: If he threatens my existence, I'll be resistance


30 October 2018

As I start drafting this article, we’re 30 minutes away from the moment we’ve been so anxiously waiting, when the results of the tensest Brazilian presidential election in my lifetime will be released.

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This November the hostile environment will be out on trial in front of a panel of expert jurors. Join us, hear evidence and make real links with on the ground groups that are fighting for the rights of migrants and refugees.

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Health campaigners have warned that the NHS drugs bill will continue to spiral unless the government takes action to tackle the exploitative behaviour of pharmaceutical companies, after NHS England statistics released today showed the NHS spent a record £20.2 billion on prescription drugs last year based on list prices.

Jurors from across Europe will meet in London this weekend to rule on Theresa May’s ‘hostile environment’ and its effect on migrants and refugee peoples of all backgrounds.

Liam Fox’s plans for post-Brexit trade deals were dealt a blow by the Scottish parliament today as Holyrood’s Finance and Constitution Committee advised MSPs not to give consent to the controversial Trade Bill currently making its way through the House of Lords.