Sam Fender’s ‘Seventeen Going Under’ gives passionate expression to the experience of young, left-wing northern England – combining rousing rock with lyrics decrying the dark impact of austerity.
The government’s classification of Hamas as a terrorist organisation isn’t about keeping anyone safe – it’s the latest cynical attempt to criminalise solidarity with Palestinians.
Reported plans to reduce tuition fees by £750 aren’t a real solution to the crisis facing students – if the government wants to make a difference, it should abolish fees entirely and write off student debt.
Malnutrition cases have doubled since the start of Tory Party rule. That isn’t an accident – it’s the predictable consequence of policies designed to make people poorer.
Goldsmiths management is pushing a brutal corporate ‘recovery plan’ that will see dozens of staff members laid off – but the workers are committed to fighting back against the decimation of higher education.
On this week’s A World to Win, Adele Walton speaks with Heidi Chow about debt, its role in the reproduction of global inequality, and the legacy of Thomas Sankara.
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 government’s security apparatus is subjecting Muslim students to relentless suspicion and fuelling hate – turning universities from places of learning into sites of surveillance.
From subsidies to second jobs, the interests of fossil fuel companies are intimately wrapped up with those of the British state and its representatives. We can’t fight the climate crisis until that changes.
The passage of the Health and Care Bill further erodes the principles on which the NHS was built – but the fight for its future isn’t lost, and there’s still time to save our public health system.
The suburbs of England are seen by many as a symbol of Tory strength, but a new book argues that beneath the surface lies a potential for change that socialists can bring to life.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
In the late 1970s, the late Anwar Ditta fought against the Home Office for the right to reunify her family and won – her victory still inspires those fighting the Hostile Environment today.
Western countries aren’t just huge polluters, they also built their economies through destructive colonial practices – any strategy to tackle climate change has to deal with that legacy.
For most people, reports of tenant bidding wars for rental properties are proof of a broken housing system. For landlords, they’re proof of that system working exactly as intended.
Yesterday’s first round election in Chile has left the country with a stark choice – a far-right candidate who admires the legacy of Pinochet or a left-wing reformer pledging to tackle social inequality.