One hundred years ago, Victor Grayson, one of the great socialist orators of his generation, disappeared under mysterious circumstances – it’s time for the British state to make public what it knows.
Stan Newens – veteran parliamentarian, campaigner for international justice and pillar of the Labour Left – passed away this week aged 91. Jeremy Corbyn remembers his lifelong struggle for socialism.
Now is the time to strengthen public services, protect jobs and fight the climate crisis – but instead the Tories are pushing through the largest increase in defence spending in decades.
Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on how the arts shaped his worldview, why it shouldn’t become a preserve of the rich – and the need to support culture workers fighting the crisis in their industry.
By granting effective immunity to undercover agents who commit grievous crimes, today’s Spy Cops Bill places Britain alongside a global attack on human rights – and must be opposed.
Jeremy Corbyn speaks to Tribune about his tenure as leader of the Labour Party and how he ‘loved every minute of it,’ despite the challenges.
Denis Goldberg passed away last month after a lifelong fight for social justice which saw him spend two decades in a South African prison. He reminded us of the horrors of apartheid – and the heroism of those who struggled against it, writes Jeremy Corbyn.
Jeremy Corbyn has tonight written to Boris Johnson appealing for urgent measures to help workers struggling amidst the coronavirus pandemic including increased sick pay, rent and mortgage deferments, and reduced wait time for universal credit.
In his speech to Annual Conference, Jeremy Corbyn calls on Labour’s members to rise to the challenge of defeating Boris Johnson – and says the Left’s “years of defeat are coming to an end.”