In England’s first lockdown, 15,000 rough sleepers were given a place to sleep. The policy proved that homelessness could be ended – now it’s time to campaign for a statutory right to housing.
Newly-elected MP Nav Mishra delivers his maiden speech on the radical history of Stockport – from Friedrich Engels to the suffragettes and the town’s contribution to the fight for democracy at Peterloo.
Navendu Mishra writes about his campaign for BAME rep on Labour’s NEC, his record of standing up for BAME members – and why we need a fighting anti-racist Left now more than ever.
In August 1976 a group of Asian immigrants in London began a strike that would define an era.
In February, Stockport’s voters were abandoned when their Labour MP left to join ‘Change UK’. Now, it needs a socialist MP to undo the damage caused by ten years of Tory government.
Navendu Mishra, newly-elected member of Labour’s national executive committee, on planning for a general election and emboldening the party’s mass membership to deliver socialist transformation.