Theresa May leaves office with millions of children in poverty and unable to get enough food to eat. It is a disgraceful legacy that deserves no sympathy.
This week’s controversy over waving national flags during a religious service should be a reminder: churches weren’t built to worship the state.
As capitalism continues to hollow out our lives, socialists and Christians can find common cause in the fight against its injustices.
Labour’s rebels promised to leave the party for more than a year. When they finally did, it was a calamity.
The resurgence of interest in classic BBC disaster drama Threads is a symptom of an increasingly bleak political climate.
Jeremy Hardy stood out amid the cavalcade of insipid politeness on the airwaves. He was funny, and rude, and unashamedly socialist.
The government’s draft domestic violence legislation is a step forward. But unless cuts to funding are reversed, it will amount to little.
There is a new approach to poverty in Britain: starve people out of it.