Author: Peter Collins
Peter is founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Unapologists. Born in Ireland and raised in Belgium, he moved to the UK for his undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Law and Human Rights. He works as a renewable energy reporter when he isn't writing about law, politics or social issues. He's @PeterColl1ns on Twitter

The US exit from the Paris Climate Deal is a huge setback, but hope is not yet lost.

Given his morbidly impressive track record of saying and doing the worst possible things, Donald Trump has somehow managed to outdo himself once again. But it might not be as bad as it seems.

 

The first term of the 45th President of the United States’ term has thus far been defined by his consistent ability to lower the proverbial bar, even when everyone thinks he has finally reached rock bottom. Read more...

Corbyn’s IRA links are a diversion tactic – the real terrorist enabler is living in no.10

No longer able to lie about Labour’s manifesto costings, the right-wing press are now recycling vague, baseless allegations of Corbyn’s support for IRA violence. In the meantime, the Prime Minister’s present transgressions are overlooked.

 

Numerous articles have emerged in the wake of Jeremy Corbyn’s “refusal” to “unequivocally condemn” the actions of the Irish Republican Army (IRA). Read more...

Owen Smith is the Successor to Jeremy Corbyn Labour Deserves

It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have decided to vote for Owen Smith in the upcoming Labour party leadership elections. Despite Jeremy Corbyn’s incredible mandate and message of genuine hope which has engaged so many otherwise apathetic and disenfranchised voters, it has become increasingly clear to me that he lacks the broader appeal necessary to contend for a general election victory. Read more...

How to Solve the Labour Party Crisis

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The Labour Party has reached an impasse.

 

On the one hand, a sizeable number of Labour MPs are placing pressure on party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s position due to concerns regarding the effectiveness of his leadership, adding their support to a significant rump of Blairites (to use the word broadly) who have been actively opposed to Corbyn’s leadership from the very start. Read more...