In Manchester, bus drivers who were feted as ‘key workers’ only months ago have been told to accept worse conditions or face the sack – with the company even offering an effective bribe to force the deal through.
In today’s Budget, Rishi Sunak spoke about a Green Industrial Revolution – but his weak proposals are just another attempt to claim credit for a good idea he’s too afraid to pursue.
UK household debt has increased by 66% since May. It’s already a crisis for millions and will be for many more as ‘frozen’ pandemic payments thaw out – but the government refuses to act.
Between the Covid-19 pandemic, a deep recession and a worsening climate crisis, there are plenty of clouds on the horizon – but the Green New Deal offers a future worth fighting for.
Teachers understand how important it is to get children back to school – but their unions have raised clear and valid concerns about safety that the government has failed to answer, argues Rebecca Long-Bailey.
The government’s response to coronavirus has been nowhere near enough – it’s time for emergency measures from requisitioning private hospitals to suspending mortgage, rent and household bills, argues Rebecca Long-Bailey.
A university system where management are paid six-figure sums while staff are overworked, underpaid and insecure isn’t fit to provide the education this country needs.
Labour leadership candidate Rebecca Long-Bailey speaks to Tribune about her roots, her path into politics – and why her campaign can win.
Labour needs a socialist leader who can work with our movement, rebuild our communities and fight for the policies we believe in – that’s why I’m standing, says Rebecca Long-Bailey.
A Labour government with a radical programme of green investment is the best chance we’ve got of avoiding climate disaster.