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On her birthday, we celebrate the life of Eleanor Marx.
Skilled and organised workers are now majority shareholders of companies across the world — could we wield this power for socialism?
The history of the working class in Britain has been a history of creativity and dignity in the face of harsh and demoralising circumstances.
The pioneering Open University was Harold Wilson’s brainchild, but it was Jennie Lee’s social vision that brought it to fruition.
As capitalism continues to hollow out our lives, socialists and Christians can find common cause in the fight against its injustices.
We must make sure scandals like Windrush never happen again.
After the Second World War, Labour built Harlow’s new town as a haven for working-class life. If we are to win it back, we need to show the same ambition for its future.
In November 1988 the SNP overturned a Labour majority of 13,000 in a campaign that foreshadowed their rise to the top of Scottish politics.
The Left must meet this moment in history with a bold plan to remake our economy — or someone else will.
Matt Zarb-Cousin talks about the fight against Fixed Odds Betting Terminals — and the lessons it can teach campaigners taking on powerful vested interests.
Do Switzerland’s housing co-ops offer a solution to Britain’s housing crisis?