The coronavirus crisis has seen many more people holiday at home this year, but vast private estates mean that only 8% of land in England is accessible – it's time to fight for our right to roam.
Migrant crossings in the Channel have been described as a 'national crisis,' but the real crisis is the war and persecution that forces families to flee their homes – and the border regimes that brutalise them.
Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell, Diane Abbott and figures from across the labour movement sign a letter condemning the Bolsonaro government's handling of Covid-19 – and warning he poses a threat to public safety.
As Spain's former king flees the country after a string of corruption revelations, Podemos co-founder Juan Carlos Monedero makes the case for abolishing the country's monarchy – and building a new republic.
The myth of modern democracy is that it was handed down from on-high. In fact, the ruling class resisted extending the franchise at every turn – and it was socialists who fought them for the right to vote.
With air travel decimated by the pandemic, countries across Europe are investing in high-speed rail networks – now is the time for Britain to invest, and ensure its regions aren't left behind once again.
In 1930s France, the labour movement made summer holidays a priority — and forced bosses to pay workers for time at the beach.
Late last month, pioneering socialist economist John Weeks passed away. Ann Pettifor remembers her colleague and friend – and his contributions to left-wing politics.
Today, across Britain, the same NHS workers that the government called 'heroes' during this pandemic had to protest for decent wages and working conditions. The time for clapping is over – they deserve a pay rise.
In just a few years, the Black Death wiped out more than one third of Europe's population. The world it left behind offered new possibilities for peasants and workers to resist their masters.
A new book on the experimental group Henry Cow concentrates on their attempts to combine socialist politics and avant-garde music.
London's Southbank Centre is a product of municipal socialism – but today it represents a corporate attitude to the arts, with plans to layoff nearly 400 workers while managers earn six-figure sums.