Articles by

Grace Blakeley

Grace Blakeley is a staff writer at Tribune. She is the author of the forthcoming Stolen: How Finance Destroyed the Economy and Corrupted Our Politics.

The Flybe Fake

Boris Johnson claims the bailout of Flybe is a sign that this Tory government is prepared to use state powers to help workers – but in reality, it shows how committed they are to corporate welfare.

Up from the Canvas

This is not the time to abandon the socialist policies that would most improve lives in the very areas Labour lost. Instead, the task is to build a more effective movement that can win them.

Ending Thatcherism

Forty years after Thatcher rose to power, the parts of Britain she decimated with deindustrialisation, privatisation and cuts have the opportunity in this election to bury her legacy once and for all.

Labour’s Green Revolution

Labour's plans to invest in a million green jobs can transform the very parts of Britain decimated by Thatcher's economic reforms - and begin to undo the damage of deindustrialisation.

Investing in the Future

Successive Tory governments have starved Britain of investment, leaving its infrastructure to crumble. It's time to elect a government with a bold plan to rebuild the country.

Why Socialism

Capitalism is dying — but it’s up to us to build a system that can replace it, argues Grace Blakeley.