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Keeping Gaza on the Ballot

While the genocide in Gaza has dominated the thoughts of millions of people across Britain, our political and media class are desperate to sideline the issue — we can’t let this happen, writes Andrew Feinstein.

Europe Is Warning Us

The fascist surge across the European Union is directly down to the bankruptcy of centrist politicians — whose failure in addressing soaring inequalities and deep social problems should haunt Starmer’s Labour.

Watch Dennis Potter

Thirty years after his death, the work of television dramatist and working-class innovator Dennis Potter is remnant of an era when complex and politically daring art was broadcast to a mass audience.

We Don’t Have to Starve Kids

Right now, a third of children in poverty are being denied free school meals — and the teachers feeding them often go hungry themselves. It’s a disgraceful state of affairs that shows the necessity of universal free school meals.

Keir’ll Fix It

In the coming weeks, expect to hear Keir Starmer’s mantra of ‘country first, party second’ on loop. But what the naked, overt corruption evident in Labour’s selection process shows is that in reality, it is faction first, second, and third.


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Henry Kissinger’s time on earth was spent organising the slaughter of millions of people on behalf of the rich and powerful, whose respect for him transcended party loyalties. May he rot in hell.

An Industrial Correspondent Reflects

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the miners’ strike. Veteran industrial correspondent Alan Jones reflects on his experience reporting on the frontline and the legacy of that seismic dispute today.

Starmer Is Purging Women of Colour

Labour’s disgraceful treatment of Diane Abbott and Faiza Shaheen sends a very clear message to Black and Asian voters — give us your votes and know your place, or face humiliation.

Mick McGahey: A Miners’ Hero

Scottish miners’ leader Mick McGahey was born on this day in 1925. A fearless trade unionist, he brought Scottish miners down to Grunwick to stand with Asian women, championed internationalism, and, in his own words, was a product of his class and movement.