At Saturday’s Palestine solidarity protest — which took place on E.P. Thompson’s centenary — Jeremy Corbyn, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament’s Kate Hudson and John McDonnell remember the pioneer of ‘history from below’ and the debt owed to him by the anti-war movement.
The pandemic has demonstrated how fundamental the internet is to our lives, but private companies continue to rip us off while providing poor service – it’s time to think again about free public broadband, argues John McDonnell.
By delaying a proper economic response to the coronavirus crisis, the government has cost jobs and undermined public health. Today it must act urgently and at scale, argues John McDonnell.
Ahead of the upcoming general election, John McDonnell urges Labour activists to be ready for “enormous resistance from an establishment that is terrified of a socialist government.”
John McDonnell responds to the government’s Spending Review, calling it a “grubby electioneering stunt” which “fails to deliver a real end to austerity.”
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell makes the case for a left-wing alternative to neoliberal globalisation and reactionary nationalism.
This year can be the end not just of austerity but of forty years of neoliberalism.