How Glasgow Beat the Home Office

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.

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Introducing ‘The Cause’

Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.

Voter ID Is Voter Suppression

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.

Why Welsh Labour Won

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.

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Workplace Wellbeing Is a Scam

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.

Why Socialist Salford Bucked the Trend

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.