Centrist commentators have decried Labour's lack of liberalism in recent years - but in defending civil rights and diplomacy, Corbyn has proven to be a better champion of liberal values than any centrist favourite.
Barrow-in-Furness is the kind of place that will decide this election - a postindustrial Labour heartland that gradually became a marginal. To win it, the party has to convince the community their town can be revitalised.
By pledging to confiscate the property of Gypsies, Roma and Travellers, the Conservative Party has signalled its intention to persecute one of Britain's most marginalised communities.
The Observer might want rid of Emma Dent Coad - but we don't. In a new interview, we speak to the Kensington MP about housing, her constituency and the campaign of lies run against her by the Lib Dems.
The NHS is one of the greatest healthcare systems in the world - but it's failing thousands of patients, because a Tory funding squeeze and the drive to privatise are eroding its principles.
The portrayal of Aberfan in Netflix's 'The Crown' teaches the audience to judge the establishment based on its reaction to working-class disasters - rather than its complicity in their causes.
After decades of attacks on trade unions and workers' rights, inequality in Britain is soaring. But in this election, finally, workers have a chance to vote for a government that would empower them.
In government, Labour would double the size of Britain's co-operative sector - a bold ambition that would change how the economy works, and who receives its rewards.
The Tory Party has nearly all the advantages in British politics - including the backing of wealthy donors and the billionaire press - but their weakness among voters under 50 suggests the future isn't theirs.
In this election, Labour has put forward a bold agenda to tackle Britain's pressing social crises while the Conservatives have hidden behind a paper-thin manifesto that promises more of the same.
With a radical manifesto, an enthusiasm for change and an active membership, a Labour victory in next week's election could transform Britain for a generation.
Yesterday saw France grind to a halt with mass strike action against proposed pension reforms - but unions are aware it was just one step in a long struggle against Macron's neoliberal project.