Labour’s rebels promised to leave the party for more than a year. When they finally did, it was a calamity.
No policies, no ideas, no substance: Chuka Umunna’s Independent Group is a tantrum thrown by careerists who found their avenues of progression closed off.
The pioneering Open University was Harold Wilson’s brainchild, but it was Jennie Lee’s social vision that brought it to fruition.
The Left must meet this moment in history with a bold plan to remake our economy — or someone else will.
Michael Dugher has finally resigned from the Labour Party. “Roulette Boy” Matt Zarb-Cousin looks back on his stellar political career.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, tribune of the French left, on the politics of his movement, the question of internationalism, and the way forward in Europe.
One year ago Ahed Tamimi was arrested for slapping an Israeli soldier. Despite her time in prison, she remains defiant.
The government’s Boundary Review entrenches the democratic deficit. Let’s reject it — and fight for truly universal suffrage.
John Woodcock set a low bar for a Labour MP for Barrow. Chris Altree, the local left-winger selected to replace him, promises a new direction.
Albert Finney’s groundbreaking career is a testament to the opportunities of the postwar years, when the working class fought its way into the cultural arena.
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David Harvey traces our changing relationship to housing through the city of use value, the city of exchange value, and the city of speculative gain.
85 years ago today, Austrian socialists made their final stand to defend democracy from a growing fascist movement.
A decade ago Latin America was the Left’s great hope. How did the dreams of the Pink Tide give way to the horrors of Bolsonaro?
This year can be the end not just of austerity but of forty years of neoliberalism.
After the Second World War, Labour built Harlow’s new town as a haven for working-class life. If we are to win it back, we need to show the same ambition for its future.