This week's Labour conference speech was the clearest indication yet of Keir Starmer's intention to retreat from socialist principles – and the radical transformation that this country desperately needs.
During the Covid-19 crisis, the National Education Union defeated the government over school reopenings and added 50,000 new members. We look at what trade unionists can learn from their organising.
A war crime doesn't stop being a war crime after five years. We should be holding our Armed Forces to the highest standards, not creating loopholes for atrocities – that's why I voted against the Overseas Operations Bill.
Years of funding cuts and a relentless drive to outsource have left councils across the country unable to serve their communities. It's time for Labour to build a national campaign to fight back.
The Overseas Operations Bill which goes before parliament today would make prosecutions for war crimes, including murder and torture, far more difficult. Its aim is clear: to place British soldiers above the law.
On this week's show, Grace Blakeley is joined by Naomi Klein to discuss US politics, the international Left and the case for a Green New Deal to prevent climate chaos.
Everyone in society has a right to security of tenure – a decent and affordable place to live – regardless of their wealth or status, but the only way to make that happen is to organise for it.
From supporting full-wage sick pay to calling for union access and protections for workplace whistleblowers, there are many ways the Labour Party could strengthen their deal for workers during this pandemic.
In Italy, a constitutional referendum promises to solve the country's democratic crisis by cutting the number of politicians – but easy solutions to structural problems will feed rather than resolve popular frustrations.
In Madrid, authorities have imposed a new lockdown on 850,000 people living in the city's working-class neighbourhoods – the very places where key workers at the front lines of the virus are most likely to live.
100 years ago today Victor Grayson – one of the most famous socialist politicians of his generation – left his London apartment and was never seen again. We explore his controversial life and the circumstances surrounding his disappearance.
From care homes to the test and trace system, England's coronavirus fiasco has been caused by outsourced companies running what should be public services for private profit.