100 Days to Transform Britain

Labour has promised bold action to tackle Britain’s social injustices within 100 days of a new government by ending austerity, raising the minimum wage, nationalising utilities and fighting regional inequality.

Public Broadband is Common Sense

Labour’s public broadband policy has cut through in this election because it represents a popular consensus that is often dismissed: infrastructure we all rely on should be owned collectively.

Defend Emma Dent Coad

The Observer might want rid of Emma Dent Coad – but we don’t. In a new interview, we speak to the Kensington MP about housing, her constituency and the campaign of lies run against her by the Lib Dems.

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Jeremy Corbyn: Defender of Liberalism

Centrist commentators have decried Labour’s lack of liberalism in recent years – but in defending civil rights and diplomacy, Corbyn has proven to be a better champion of liberal values than any centrist favourite.

The Sun is Going to Get People Killed

By publishing far-right conspiracies like ‘Hijacked Labour,’ whose evidence was sourced from neo-Nazi websites, The Sun is setting left-wingers and journalists up to be attacked – or even killed.

Turning Back the Tide

After decades of attacks on trade unions and workers’ rights, inequality in Britain is soaring. But in this election, finally, workers have a chance to vote for a government that would empower them.

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England’s Tightest Marginal

In 2017, Labour lost out in Southampton Itchen by just 31 votes. Now the party is determined to win back a working-class constituency that exemplifies the challenges facing the postindustrial south.

Ending Thatcherism

Forty years after Thatcher rose to power, the parts of Britain she decimated with deindustrialisation, privatisation and cuts have the opportunity in this election to bury her legacy once and for all.