Tribune’s editor sat down with the Coventry MP to discuss her path into politics, her experience in Parliament, and the question of where the Left goes next.
The crisis impacting working people isn’t a result of blind economic forces — it is the result of a class war waged from above.
Chartist leader Feargus O’Connor took Britain closer to revolution than at any point in its history – yet, almost two centuries later, the Irish-born radical who led the first mass workers’ movement is often denied the status he deserves.
Western leaders are condemning Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine, but they themselves are deeply complicit in bloodshed across the world. We need a movement that can oppose war everywhere.
In the aftermath of the Financial Crash, it briefly looked like a left-wing alternative would benefit from anti-elite sentiment. But in recent years, the Right has waged a campaign to portray the Left as an out-of-touch elite — and turned the tide of politics in the process.
If the Left is to recover from its defeats, it will need a presence in workers’ daily lives – and examples of how a socialist society can provide a better future.
Earlier this summer, Tribune’s editor spoke at the annual International Brigades Memorial Trust commemoration about this publication’s roots in the struggle against fascism in Spain.
Recent evidence makes clear that the Left is losing its historic base in working-class communities — either we rebuild class politics or accept that socialism is off the table.
Ahead of her keynote speech at today’s Tribune Rally, Nina Turner discusses how wealthy interests have organised against the Left – and why working-class hope for a better future can defeat them.
A document distributed by the Labour Party today ahead of Friday’s NEC meeting proposes to end ‘One Member, One Vote’ – and hand an effective veto to the PLP in future leadership elections.
Last night, fan-owned Dublin club Bohemians progressed in Europe for the first time since 2008 – bringing a fundamentally different model of football to a continental game plagued by corporate profiteering.
Labour’s razor-thin victory in Batley and Spen owes to Kim Leadbeater’s popular local candidacy – not to a party leadership that continues to alienate its own core voters.
The right-wing proclaims itself a champion of freedom, but an interrogation of its history reveals an altogether different priority – the centuries-long defence of property and the propertied.
Faced with growing anti-elite sentiment, the Tories have reinvented themselves as culture warriors – a reinvention designed to overcome the disasters caused by decades of free-market economics.
Keir Starmer has attempted to blame today’s election disaster on Jeremy Corbyn – but his leadership has hollowed out the party, refused to offer a vision for change and left many with little reason to vote Labour.
The centre is back. But it still hasn’t got any answers.
DSA’s Carlos Ramirez-Rosa speaks to Tribune about the future of the growing socialist movement in the United States after Donald Trump – and how the Left should approach the Biden administration.
Shami Chakrabarti on the dangers of the ‘Spy Cops’ and Overseas Operations Bills, the Tory culture war against human rights – and why the Labour Party is too scared to stand up to it.
Robert Tressell, author of ‘The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists,’ was born 150 years ago. His writing left an indelible mark on the socialist movement — but the man himself was almost forgotten by history.
Tribune editor Ronan Burtenshaw pays tribute to the late socialist writer Leo Panitch, who passed away yesterday – but not before he helped to shape the politics which made Tribune’s relaunch possible.