Keir Starmer promises to unite the party and appear prime ministerial while sticking by Labour’s left-wing policies. But if elected, he would be forced to choose between these priorities – and it’s clear which one would lose out.
After decades of attacks on trade unions and workers’ rights, inequality in Britain is soaring. But in this election, finally, workers have a chance to vote for a government that would empower them.
In this election the North of England will choose between a Labour Party that is fighting to tackle regional inequality – and a Tory Party that has spent the last decade deepening it.
The upcoming reselection process is a historic test for the Labour left: can it secure a parliamentary party willing to support a transformative socialist government?
A new generation of socialists in Manchester and Salford are building radical institutions that bring politics to life.