‘There is absolutely no time to waste. The children killed in Gaza today could have been saved by a ceasefire agreed yesterday.’ Zarah Sultana urges MPs to be on the right side of history and vote for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.
With the country in crisis, the Tories have adopted the extremist language of the far-right to scapegoat asylum seekers for their own failures — and we can’t let them succeed.
This cost-of-living crisis isn’t inevitable.
Boris Johnson has been a prime minister who exemplified Britain’s self-serving ruling class – but unless we organise for a real alternative, his replacement won’t be any better.
Tribune’s editor sat down with the Coventry MP to discuss her path into politics, her experience in Parliament, and the question of where the Left goes next.
My fight for re-election will be tough. The establishment doesn’t want socialists in parliament – and it’s only through a people-powered campaign that I can win.
Today, billionaire Chancellor Rishi Sunak will tell us he ‘understands’ the plight of millions facing a cost of living crisis. If he truly wanted, he could avert the coming wave of poverty and hardship – here’s how.
The Pensions Bill amendment passed yesterday would have outlawed councils from boycotting apartheid South Africa in the 1980s – and is an attack on our democratic rights to express international solidarity.
Freedom under capitalism is the ‘freedom’ to exploit or be exploited. Real freedom is the absence of all barriers that prevent people from living life to the fullest — the socialist movement fights for this kind of world.
The proposal to abolish ‘One Member, One Vote’ in Labour leadership elections is an attack on democracy by a Westminster elite – and betrays Keir Starmer’s commitment to empower party members.
We often hear that the media’s job is to hold power to account — but in reality, its function is to project the views of the powerful across society.
Corporate interests want to divert the climate movement into individual solutions, but paper straws and low-energy light bulbs won’t save the planet – we need a movement to end the system that’s destroying it.
Today marks the sixth anniversary of the war in Yemen, the world’s greatest humanitarian disaster which has left 250,000 dead and millions facing starvation – all of it made possible by British government support.
The Police Crackdown bill gets its second reading in parliament today. It is the greatest threat to the right to protest in years – and is only one part of a Tory war against our democratic rights.
Capitalism’s greatest myth is that it is a democratic system. While the rich dominate our parliament, fund our parties and own our newspapers, real democracy is impossible.
There have been many attempts to put a ‘humane’ face on capitalism, but it is a system built on oppression. Racism isn’t a glitch, it’s a feature – both of capitalism’s history and its present.
Britain has one of the highest coronavirus death rates in the world, but rather than face its failures the Tory government is turning to an old trick – scapegoating Muslims and the marginalised.
This crisis has exposed Thatcher’s myth that there is ‘no such thing as society.’ In reality, the rich simply live as if they were responsible to no one – while others make their lives possible, argues Zarah Sultana.
Corporate giants like Shell might try to co-opt International Women’s Day – but they’ll never be able to erase the radical history of generations of socialist women who fought to establish this day across the world.
For thousands who joined the party and millions of supporters beyond, Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership meant hope for a better future. As he steps down, it’s our job to keep that hope alive.