Now is not the time for grubby deals with the political centre. Labour should take Boris Johnson on with a bold, socialist plan to transform the lives of millions.
Forty years ago a socialist revolution in the tiny Caribbean island of Grenada threatened to upturn the world economic order.
Now that Boris Johnson is Prime Minister, the risk is that all of politics becomes enveloped by his persona. Labour can only prevent that by fighting him with clear socialist policies.
Happy birthday to Britain's greatest social achievement, the National Health Service. We look at the long struggle that brought it into being.
The European election results were bad for Labour, but plunging the party into the culture war would mean the end of class politics.
Labour’s moderates, led by Tom Watson, recently founded a social democratic caucus within the party. But what do they mean by social democracy?
On the anniversary of the Easter Rising we remember James Connolly, the outstanding socialist of Ireland's history.
On St. Patrick's Day we remember the life of Jim Connell, the Irish author of The Red Flag.
The new Independent Group claims to represent the "centre ground" in British politics - but it has defined itself by opposing popular policies.
Ireland's best-known folk singer, Luke Kelly, died thirty-five years ago today. He was a lifelong socialist.
We’re relaunching Tribune because its politics endures.