Orgreave: 35 Years On

The ‘Battle of Orgreave’ was an organised and violent attack on Britain’s working-class. Any democratic society worth its name would demand to know why it happened.

The Nanny State

The rise of nannies, au pairs and other forms of domestic labour is formalising what feminist economists have long argued: that work in the home is work.

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Miliband’s Masterpiece

Fifty years after it was published, The State in Capitalist Society remains indispensable for any socialist movement with ambitions of government.

Hold the Line

The European election results were bad for Labour, but plunging the party into the culture war would mean the end of class politics.

Free Lula

Revelations in the last week confirm that former Brazilian President Lula was persecuted to keep him out of the country’s recent election. It’s time for the international community to demand his release.

Against MMT

Modern Monetary Theory disorients the Left by peddling simplistic monetary solutions to complex problems of political power.

For MMT

Leading proponents of Modern Monetary Theory respond to Tribune’s recent article on the topic, arguing that socialists should not be afraid to “seize the means of production of money.”

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The Crisis Last Time

The Labour government a decade ago stemmed the tide of financial disaster but failed to take the transformative steps needed to change the system. The next Labour government must be different.