Recent decades have seen a decline in trade union membership, with workers’ conditions deteriorating as a result. The need for the labour movement hasn’t diminished – but to rebuild it, we need to be brave.
As a supporter-owned club with a proud commitment to the wellbeing of the local community, FC United of Manchester shows that there’s an future for football beyond corporate greed – if we’re willing to fight for it.
Veteran anti-Apartheid leader Ronnie Kasrils speaks to Tribune about the experiences that shaped him, from growing up as a Jew in the 1940s to the fight against South Africa’s white supremacist regime.
To mark Black History Month, we remember the life of Charlie Hutchison – Britain’s only black international brigadier to Spain, a lifelong anti-fascist and one of the soldiers who liberated Bergen-Belsen in 1945.
The Tory government’s decision to scrap the Union Learning Fund – which has helped millions of workers engage in lifelong learning – reveals a deep contempt for working people and their life aspirations.
Max Levitas, who passed away in 2018, was part of the generation of Jewish radicals who organised the resistance to Mosley in Cable Street. On its anniversary, we remember his remarkable life.
Unison general secretary candidate Roger McKenzie on his plans to revive organising in the union, grow its activist base, transform the social care sector – and defend Labour’s pro-worker policies.
A recently rediscovered movie premiering this week tells the story of ‘Builders Crack,’ a radical workers’ magazine which helped organise building sites in the 1990s against gangster bosses.
In the 1920s and ’30s, the National Unemployed Workers’ Movement mobilised thousands to resist the indignities of unemployment. As we enter another economic crisis, we should learn from their fight.
A colour bar introduced by Winston Churchill prevented Manchester boxer Len Johnson from becoming a champion – now a new campaign wants to recognise him with a statue in the city.
In the years after World War Two, Britain’s fascist movement began to build again – a new book tells the story of how a group of young Jews organised to beat them off the streets.
The historic scale of this economic crisis demands an effective socialist movement. Now is the time to renew the Labour Left – and build a Momentum that breaks out of its liberal cul-de-sac.
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.
In the weeks since her election victory, new Labour MP Charlotte Nichols has come under pressure to disown comments about the need to confront the far-right. She tells Tribune about her politics – and why anti-fascism is a cause she will never abandon.
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.
96-year-old Walter Nixon made national headlines recently when he returned to the Italian battlefields where he defeated the Nazis in the 1940s. He has a message for voters tomorrow: vote Labour.
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.