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Aneesa Akbar

Aneesa Akbar is a Labour councillor for Central Ward in Hull and a member of Tribune’s advisory board. She is currently a candidate for Momentum's National Coordinating Group (NCG).

We Still Need the Party

For anyone serious about socialist politics or building community power, the Labour Party remains a vital field of struggle – whether we like it or not.

New Labour’s Islamophobia

The demonisation of Muslims, asylum seekers and refugees under Tony Blair may make many in Labour feel uncomfortable. But if the party is serious about its anti-racist credentials, it must confront its past.

Kneeling Is Not Enough

Two months on from the leaked Labour report and its revelations of racism, no-one has been suspended – even pending investigation. For BAME Labour members, kneeling is not enough.