In the upcoming general election, Labour needs to convince millions of working people it can change their lives for the better. That starts with a radical housing policy.
Young Labour's motion to this weekend's conference aims to bring party policy in line with the scale of Britain's housing crisis.
A wave of politicised hirings and firings in the public theatres and art galleries of Germany show an 'anti-globalist' trend turning into open nationalism.
The CWU’s #WeRiseAgain campaign against the 'uberisation' of postal services is shaping up to be one of the most important industrial battles of the decade.
Argentina's left is poised to win a decisive victory in next month's presidential election - removing a key pillar of the right-wing resurgence in Latin America.
Labour's reselection process has generated predictable outrage, but it's the least democratic accountability members should expect.
As Britain's trade union movement comes together at the TUC, it's time to make the case for a Green New Deal that can save the planet and empower the working class.
Anti-abortion, anti-gay marriage, anti-immigrant - the Liberal Democrats' new recruits are anything but liberal.
On the anniversary of Salvador Allende's election, we republish Ralph Miliband's landmark essay describing how the "reasonable men" of capitalism crushed his government in a fascist coup.
John McDonnell responds to the government's Spending Review, calling it a "grubby electioneering stunt" which "fails to deliver a real end to austerity."
The Financial Times might not like it - but Labour's plan to give workers a share of large corporations is just economic justice.
A new report lays bare the 'climate crimes' committed by the super-rich against the planet. Socialism is the only solution to their largesse.