Saving the BBC from the Left

The latest Tory threats against the BBC come after years of hollowing out the service by right-wing ideologues – if the Left is to defend it, we have to provide a vision of real public service broadcaster.

Fighting Casualisation

Universities across Britain are responding to financial pressure by creating pools of insecure and disposable workers. The fight against this casualisation will be at the heart of tomorrow’s UCU strike.

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Divide and Rule

The Andrew Sabisky affair is likely to be only the first of many Tory racism scandals as the new government sets about dividing our communities in the interests of the rich, argues Claudia Webbe.

Capital’s New Best Friend

Rishi Sunak’s appointment was trumpeted as a break with Thatcherism – but his record of supporting tax cuts for the rich and corporations suggests he’s straight out of the Tory mould.

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Support Politics Theory Other in 2020

Tribune Radio’s Politics Theory Other podcast is launching #PTO1000 this week – a fundraising drive to help expand its output and produce new series on the climate crisis and the rise of the far-right.

The Hollow Government

When Dominic Cummings and Michael Gove were in charge of the Department for Education, their scorched earth reforms left chaos in their wake. Now, they have their sights set on the entire civil service.

Towards a Real Democracy

If Labour is to rebuild itself in the twenty-first century it has to commit to a fundamental transformation of Britain’s political institutions, argues Jon Trickett.

Tackling the Crisis in Work

Rebecca Long-Bailey was derided for suggesting that workers should have a right not to answer emails after hours – but unless Labour is prepared to tackle the changing world of work, the party’s future is bleak.