The poorest areas of England have suffered twice as many Covid-19 deaths as the richest – now, they are denied proper funding to survive the winter. It’s time to fight back against a government that is entrenching inequality.
By using his platform to challenge the Tories’ woeful response to Covid-19, Andy Burnham has demonstrated what a combative opposition might look like – now it’s time to say what it should fight for.
Financial support is vital for millions this winter, but Greater Manchester’s standoff asks deeper questions about the legitimacy of a government which is bullying and lying its way through the Covid-19 crisis.
When young people are protesting for social justice, standing up to rip-off bosses or striking against landlords, I want them to know that Young Labour will be on their side.
The most deprived parts of England – and those which suffered most from a decade of austerity – are at the frontlines of lockdown. The Tories’ refusal to support them is a disgrace.
On this week’s A World to Win, Grace is joined by Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald to discuss her party’s recent rise, Ireland’s response to Covid-19 and the prospect of a unity referendum.
Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.
The Tory government’s decision to scrap the Union Learning Fund – which has helped millions of workers engage in lifelong learning – reveals a deep contempt for working people and their life aspirations.
Nadia Jama explains why she’s running for Labour’s national executive – and why members who support party democracy and socialist policies should back the #GrassrootsVoice slate.
To mark Black History Month, we speak to Diane Abbott about the 10th anniversary of her Labour leadership campaign – the first time a Black MP had stood for party leadership in Britain.
Precarity and low pay in modern universities mean that young academics often have to work multiple jobs to make ends meet. If neoliberal reforms continue, the future is clear: academia will once again become the preserve of a social elite.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
Former Bolivian president Evo Morales on his rise to power, the coup which overthrew his government – and why today’s election is a fight to restore popular sovereignty.
To mark Black History Month, Ron Ramdin explores the labour struggles that forged Britain’s Black working class – battles fought against the state, business and within the trade union movement itself.
Jeremy Corbyn speaks to Tribune about his tenure as leader of the Labour Party and how he ‘loved every minute of it,’ despite the challenges.
Last night – with a handful of honourable exceptions – the Labour Party abstained on the Spy Cops Bill. Dave Smith, a blacklisted worker and victim of spying, explains why the vote was a betrayal of the labour movement.