The Ukip analysis of free movement should be challenged much more robustly than it has been to date, argues Alex Glennie.
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Migration Watch have come round to the Eurosceptic Blue Labour position they rejected three years ago.
On the left we should be clear that the struggle for civil liberties is now taking place in cyberspace.
The EU-US trade deal could lock in free market reforms and prevent a future government being able to reverse the privatisation of public services.
Simply telling people that high migration is inevitable and that they shouldn’t worry is not the way to gain public trust.
The Riveria International Centre, where the UKIP conference is currently being held, was partly funded by a European Grant of £3m.
The British people should be thankful that at least there is an institution standing up for the basic right of citizens to breathe clean air.