Our duty is to stop bloodthirsty voices from dictating the debate and to resist cynical attempts to distract us from our urgent goal: bringing about an immediate Gaza ceasefire.
Jeremy Corbyn calls for an immediate ceasefire in the Middle East before Gaza is turned to rubble.
On the 50th anniversary of Chile’s 9/11, Jeremy Corbyn sits down with Tribune to discuss how Chilean socialism inspired his politics and why Pinochet’s coup reminds us of the danger of fascism.
On Hiroshima Day, Jeremy Corbyn argues that the world has never been closer to nuclear war – and that the only way to avoid catastrophe is to abolish nuclear weapons once and for all.
The government’s latest attack on refugees would criminalise people fleeing persecution because of their sexuality or gender identity. Discrimination knows no borders – and neither should our solidarity.
Denis Goldberg passed away in 2020 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.
We need the Labour Party to stand up against government attacks on our rights to strike, protest and vote — but it can’t defend democracy if it doesn’t respect it within its own movement, writes Jeremy Corbyn.
Yesterday’s insurrection against Lula’s elected government in Brazil wasn’t a fluke – it was part of an international far-right attack on the idea of democracy.
The Equal Pay Act, the 8-hour day, the two-day weekend, parental leave, holiday pay – organised labour is behind many of the rights we have today. We must mobilise in our thousands to fight the government’s latest effort to crush it.
Public ownership isn’t just more effective, it’s more democratic – it’s time to take vital services like rail, mail, energy, and water out of the control of remote CEOs and unaccountable shareholders.
Dementia is the leading cause of death in the UK, and our care sector is in crisis after years of austerity and privatisation. Some say we can’t afford to have a National Care Service, but the truth is that we can’t afford not to.
Lula’s historic victory, unthinkable just two years ago, couldn’t have happened without millions of people fighting for it. As Bolsonaro supporters refuse to accept the results, the mobilisation of those masses will be key to securing democracy.
In 2019, a right-wing coup deposed Bolivia’s elected government. But the people fought back – and now the socialist government they elected in its place is more popular than ever.
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.