Today is Nakba Day, when Palestinians mourn expulsion from their homeland in 1948. This year, Israel’s violence has ignited the largest Palestinian uprising in years – and it needs meaningful international solidarity.
This week’s standoff between Glasgow’s Southside and the Home Office was an inspiring victory, but it wasn’t spontaneous – it was the product of many years of organising against evictions and deportations.
As Manchester becomes increasingly gentrified and local communities are priced out, a new report on the city’s land use has found a pattern of privatisation and sell-offs – aided and abetted by its Labour council.
Israel’s military offensive in the Gaza Strip has killed 119 people so far, including 31 children – a father living in the city writes about the horror of last night’s bombing and calls for action from the international community.
Peter Mandelson’s return as an advisor to the Starmer leadership doesn’t just drag the party to the right – it also puts a major corporate lobbyist, who represents union-busting Centrica, at the heart of Labour politics.
This week, Grace speaks to Paul Dennett, the city-mayor of Salford, and Matthew Brown, the leader of Preston City Council, about why explicitly socialist campaigns defied Labour’s election downturn.
Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.
It is increasingly clear that Israel has no intention of ending its occupation and dispossession of the Palestinians – faced with this reality, it’s time for the world to act through boycott, divestment and sanctions.
The Tories are proposing voter ID laws to solve the almost non-existent problem of voter fraud – but what they really want is to copy their Republican cousins in the US and disenfranchise poorer voters.
There has been a lot of commentary about how the Tories are ‘moving left’ on the economy, but their newly interventionist policies won’t help workers – they are designed to prop up British capitalism.
While Labour mourns its English losses, the Welsh party won a historic victory by articulating a clear vision – one that centred local issues, put people ahead of profit, and proved that socialist values can resonate.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
Yesterday, an inquest found that 10 people killed by the British Army in Belfast in 1971 were ‘entirely innocent.’ The decision exposes one 50-year cover-up of state violence – and raises questions about many others.
As conditions at work deteriorate, the number of ’employee wellbeing schemes’ is on the rise – but no amount of self-care can substitute for a living wage, manageable hours and secure employment.
Keir Starmer has attempted to blame today’s election disaster on Jeremy Corbyn – but his leadership has hollowed out the party, refused to offer a vision for change and left many with little reason to vote Labour.
Amid disaster for Labour in elections across its former industrial heartlands, Salford’s socialist council gained ground – its mayor Paul Dennett writes for Tribune about the transformative policies which made it possible.