Spanish Labour Minister Yolanda Díaz writes about the enduring relevance of ‘The Communist Manifesto’ – a critique from which capitalism, for all its longevity, has not managed to escape.
The characters of ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You’ show that worrying about our personal lives and worrying about capitalism don’t have to be mutually exclusive – and that happiness doesn’t have to mean capitulation.
After a year of record heatwaves, wildfires and floods, Labour’s refusal to even debate the Green New Deal policies needed to respond to the climate crisis is a scandal – and damning of Keir Starmer’s leadership.
Earlier this month, five Glasgow SNP MSPs criticised a ballot for industrial action during COP26 – proving how hollow their commitment to both climate action and fair work really is.
The Tories have always been capitalism’s representatives, but Margaret Thatcher approached that brief in new and brutal ways – taking class war to the very heart of British politics.
This week, Grace speaks to Kyle Lewis and Will Stronge, authors of ‘Overtime’, about the historical struggle for a shorter working week – and why it should be a central demand of labour movements today.
Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.
The nuclear submarine deal between the UK, the US, and Australia has been sold as an effort to promote peace and stability – but it’s just the latest confrontation with China in what is quickly becoming a new Cold War.
This week’s Cabinet reshuffle has provided plenty of column inches for the commentariat – but it will do little to change the deeply unequal Britain that the Tories have built.
The bloody occupation of Afghanistan highlighted the grand delusions of Britain’s rulers – delusions that even after two decades of catastrophe, they’re still not prepared to give up on.
From the late 70s to the early 90s, the New Architecture Movement proposed a form of building that centred the needs of people, not property developers – an idea that remains just as relevant today.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
Next week’s German election looks set to offer the SPD a path into government – but if there is to be real change, they must align with the Left.
This week’s election in Norway saw Labour defeat the Conservative government – but the radical left also gained seats, raising hopes of a coalition to implement ambitious socialist reforms.
On this day in 1931, Royal Navy sailors mutinied against enforced pay cuts, singing ‘The Red Flag’ as they refused orders. Their actions inspired workers across Britain – and sent fear through the ruling class.
Up against exploitative fast fashion and union-busting factory owners, Bangladesh’s garment workers have extended a landmark safety initiative – but the struggle for better working conditions is far from over.