On the 72nd anniversary of the NHS, we republish an interview with its founder, Aneurin Bevan, in which he describes the socialist ambitions that influenced its creation.
Workers in one of the most unequal boroughs in the country are on strike against a Labour council’s plans to impose a contract that will significantly worsen their working conditions – they deserve our support.
The newly-elected co-chairs of Momentum, Gaya Sriskanthan and Andrew Scattergood, lay out their plans to rebuild the organisation – and empower its members to fight for socialism from the grassroots.
The recent bloody confrontation between Indian and Chinese troops on a Himalayan border threatened major geopolitical standoff. As is so often the case, the conflict’s roots can be traced back to Britain’s colonial policies.
As the lockdown lifts, Labour must seize the opportunity to outline its vision of an economy that works for people and planet – before the Tories monopolise the narrative.
Coronavirus has exposed the scandal of our privatised, fragmented, and underfunded social care system – it’s time to make the case for a real alternative: a National Care Service.
Many commentators are predicting a V-shaped recovery, but what we’re seeing today is only a temporary reprieve – the worst of the economic crisis is yet to come.
Today, the NHS is celebrated. But for ten years it has been subject to destructive cutbacks, which led to crumbling facilities, outsourcing, privatisation and staff pay freezes – now is the time to demand better.
The coronavirus crisis has demonstrated a need to rethink healthcare, breaking from outdated technocratic models and seeing the full social and political context behind public health.
The son of a freed slave, William Cuffay played a key role in the struggle for democracy in Britain. A country which respected its history would honour him rather than the men who sold his ancestors.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
A new set of translations of the socialist poet and playwright Bertolt Brecht reminds us that the greatest of writers often lived through the darkest of times.
Robert Jenrick’s dodgy dealings with a billionaire Tory donor are just the tip of the iceberg – the whole planning system is rigged to favour private developers over the public good.
Spain’s coalition between PSOE and Unidas Podemos gambled on rowing back austerity measures in a period of relative calm – but now, facing a historic recession, its forces find themselves increasingly at odds.
Late ’90s and early 2000s reality TV in the UK was shaped by its interaction with a Blairite political project which demonised the working-class and cast social problems as individual failings.