Faced with rising poverty and the threat of automation, the Welsh government is rolling out a Universal Basic Income pilot – its aim is to show that bold policies can transform our broken economy.
The pressures facing the agricultural sector can’t be solved by one-off tricks that entrench corporate power. Instead, we need solutions with collective ownership at the core.
Recent years have seen global corporations embrace racial justice causes for PR purposes – but the economic system they preside over continues to ensure Africa is exploited for the benefit of the super-rich.
It’s hard to resist privatisation or gentrification when the council housing being defended is falling apart – we need to fight for high-quality public housing that really improves lives.
Twee is back, and the subject of a thousand thinkpieces – but few have explored the subculture’s radical roots in feminism, punk and the fight against Margaret Thatcher.
This week, Grace talks to author Emma Dowling about the crisis of care facing the world economy, the challenges of organising, and what it would take to genuinely democratise care work.
Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.
Workers at Macmerry bars in Glasgow and Dundee faced years of underpayment, unsafe conditions and impossible hours – but then they joined a trade union, and the tide in the workplace began to change.
Mark Zuckerberg’s metaverse is part of a much broader ‘immersive entertainment industry,’ which hopes to atomise popular culture – and force society to submit to its senses.
The launch of a 4-day week pilot scheme has seen hundreds of organisations express an interest – it’s just the latest sign that a shorter working week could be the way to fix our broken economy.
Yesterday, the Palestinian Salhiya family was forcibly evicted from the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah – the destruction of their home was just the latest example of Israel’s colonial violence.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
Labour’s decision to welcome former Tory MP Christian Wakeford is dubious at best – but if it comes alongside a refusal to readmit Jeremy Corbyn, it will be a sign of a party abandoning its values.
From workers’ cooperatives to community banks, living wage employment and regeneration that benefits the community, Preston shows what a real alternative to decades of neoliberal decline can look like.
Inflation is the highest it’s been in 30 years, while pay is below 2008 levels. There’s only one way to avoid becoming worse off: joining a union and standing up for yourself.
Partygate should be the end for Boris, but none of his replacements will bring about the change we need – a change from Tory policy itself.