A new book, 'Investigate Aesthetics', argues that artists and architects can reveal aspects of politics that all too often stay hidden in the media and the courtroom.
While Western nations plan to introduce booster vaccines, millions in the Global South are still awaiting their first shot – under capitalism, global inequality must be maintained even at the expense of public health.
Welsh Labour's success in May 2021 points to the power of a devolved party with a clear, inclusive identity. If Labour wants to win again in the North, it should emulate that model.
Six companies alone made global excess profits of £16 billion during the pandemic, but now it’s workers that face tax rises – a just Covid recovery will mean taxing the wealthy.
The music of the Palestinian residents of Jerusalem has always been a source of joy and pride. As Israeli state repression continues, it's also become a way to make the community's voice heard.
Ending furlough next week means pulling the rug out from under workers across the country – six days before the Universal Credit cut pushes 500,000 more people into poverty.
The takeover of football by the super-rich isn’t a new phenomenon, it’s been a long time in the making – and a key milestone was the creation of a marketable commodity: the Premier League.
Michael Gove has paused the government's neoliberal planning reforms after a backlash from rural Tory heartlands – but neither camp will give us the democratic planning system we need.
This week, Grace speaks with Phil Burton-Cartledge, author of 'Falling Down: The Conservative Party and the Decline of Tory Britain' about why, contrary to appearances, the Tories might be in decline.
The plans greenlit by Labour councillors last week are a victory for those who see Brick Lane only as an opportunity to profit – and a slap in the face of the communities that have long called it home.
The energy crisis looks set to send bills rocketing for working people across Britain – but there is an alternative to costly bailouts of private companies: public ownership.
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.