Labour has promised bold action to tackle Britain's social injustices within 100 days of a new government by ending austerity, raising the minimum wage, nationalising utilities and fighting regional inequality.
In this election, Labour has put forward a bold agenda to tackle Britain's pressing social crises while the Conservatives have hidden behind a paper-thin manifesto that promises more of the same.
As the Green New Deal becomes increasingly popular, corporate interests will look to make it their own. Socialists should be clear how radical it needs to be.
It’s time to design an NHS fit for the twenty-first century — public, universal, free, and fighting climate change.