The Lib Dems want to reduce this election to Brexit because their record in government - including Jo Swinson's time as minister - helped to deepen many of Britain's worst injustices.
Viral online campaigning - from videos to memes - is likely to play a larger role in this election than any other. That could be to Labour's benefit.
Britain's workers now work longer than any others in the EU, as a century's worth of progress on working hours unravels. The only way to reverse the trend is to strengthen workers' rights.
After the First World War, thousands of veterans returned from the front lines and fought for their rights against an establishment that was happy to discard them.
We shouldn't be scared of attacks in the Tory press – Britain needs a government prepared to invest in its future, and Labour has the boldest plan to transform the economy in a generation.
The notion of the 'Russian writer' in touch with the 'Russian soul' was a masterstroke of national propaganda. Why has it persisted so long, and who finds it useful?
By rejecting a left-wing coalition to placate business interests, Spain's PSOE has badly miscalculated ahead of today's election – and may hand the far-right a historic victory.
The NHS isn't under threat of privatisation, it's already being privatised – with billions of pounds of contracts sold off every year. Another Tory government could be its final straw.
An activist from the Brazilian Workers' Party on the significance of Lula's release, the movement that made it possible and the continuing fight against the Bolsonaro regime.
The Apollo landings, however much they were driven by militarism, brought about a wave of cosmic dreaming, where people on earth dreamed of new possible worlds.
Mark Sinker's anthology 'A Hidden Landscape Once A Week' charts the emergence of the British music press out of the New Left of the 1960s, and its decline in the 1980s during Thatcherism.
Labour's plan to introduce a four-day week isn't just a necessary fix to a broken economy – it signals a renewed commitment to a decades-long class struggle over working time.