Socialist councillors in Salford are enabling large-scale community support to make sure that there’s somebody looking after everyone who needs it during the coronavirus crisis.
Right now, Labour is failing to hold the government to account for a crisis that looks likely to severely impact millions across Britain. It's time to demand real sick pay, a freeze on rent and utility bills, and that vital public services be taken out of private hands.
To popularise the hope of a better future, socialists must once again become a meaningful part of working-class communities.
The Murdoch press has started its attacks on Rebecca Long Bailey and her Salford 'mafia'. It's not hard to figure out why - Salford is a proud and radical working-class community that points the way forward for the Labour Left in 2020.
Yesterday, the votes of 110,000 postal workers to strike were thrown out by the High Court. It was just another example of how Britain's laws and courts are rigged against workers.
After the First World War, thousands of veterans returned from the front lines and fought for their rights against an establishment that was happy to discard them.
ForViva claims to be a "progressive landlord" that "challenges inequalities." But beneath the right-on rhetoric, its workers are fighting low-pay and abysmal conditions.
To celebrate Black History Month, we remember Len Johnson - the Manchester boxer denied a title shot because of his race who went on to become a left-wing radical.
In August 1976 a group of Asian immigrants in London began a strike that would define an era.
Agency workers in London hospitals are so poorly treated that their union set up a foodbank to help them. But now, they are fighting back.
The latest report on blacklisting shows how serious the establishment is about undermining our movement
Change UK's calamitous performance of recent weeks isn't simply down to incompetence. It reflects the profound lack of insight and ambition that plagues Britain's political centre.