On St. Patrick's Day we remember the life of Jim Connell, the Irish author of The Red Flag.
Milton Keynes' planners tried to 'do themselves out of a job' by combining socialist planning with flexibility and democracy.
There is a bold answer to Britain's childcare crisis that would improve the lives of parents, children and nursery workers: a shorter working week.
This weekend Bernie Sanders launched his presidential campaign with commitments to tax the rich, raise the minimum wage and take on the billionaire class.
Artists have often been accused of contributing to gentrification. In Glasgow's Govanhill, they are trying to chart a different course.
The new Independent Group claims to represent the "centre ground" in British politics - but it has defined itself by opposing popular policies.
Labour’s rebels promised to leave the party for more than a year. When they finally did, it was a calamity.
No policies, no ideas, no substance: Chuka Umunna's Independent Group is a tantrum thrown by careerists who found their avenues of progression closed off.
Michael Dugher has finally resigned from the Labour Party. "Roulette Boy" Matt Zarb-Cousin looks back on his stellar political career.
The government’s Boundary Review entrenches the democratic deficit. Let's reject it — and fight for truly universal suffrage.
The resurgence of interest in classic BBC disaster drama Threads is a symptom of an increasingly bleak political climate.
John Woodcock set a low bar for a Labour MP for Barrow. Chris Altree, the local left-winger selected to replace him, promises a new direction.