In this week's special episode of A World to Win, Grace is joined by Max Shanly and Sam Gindin to reflect on the life of Marxist thinker and writer Leo Panitch.
Before Covid-19, high tuition fees already deterred working-class people from university. Now, the injustices students face are clear to everyone – and show why we must fight for a free education system.
Rent strikes are taking place right now in 55 of 140 UK universities. It's the biggest nationwide tenant action in 40 years – and has potential to shift housing dynamics not just for students, but for renters everywhere.
It was obvious from the start that Covid-19 would have longlasting impacts on the British economy, but Rishi Sunak has insisted on treating it as a temporary blip – and now fantasises about pulling support altogether.
This week, Parliament resisted the urge to make Universal Credit recipients more than £1,000 a year worse off in the midst of a pandemic – but the system still leaves millions at or below the poverty line.
Yesterday, Conservative MPs voted against excluding the Health Service from future trade deals. After their performative support for NHS staff this year, the vote was nothing short of a betrayal.
Joe Biden's inauguration has been heralded as a victory for environmentalists – but his presidency will prove definitively that there are no moderate solutions to the climate crisis. A Green New Deal is our only hope.
DSA's Carlos Ramirez-Rosa speaks to Tribune about the future of the growing socialist movement in the United States after Donald Trump – and how the Left should approach the Biden administration.
Last year's Black Lives Matter protests produced a tenuous alliance between street radicals and multinational corporations. The defeat of Donald Trump marks the end of that road – but not of the cause.
Shami Chakrabarti on the dangers of the 'Spy Cops' and Overseas Operations Bills, the Tory culture war against human rights – and why the Labour Party is too scared to stand up to it.
The UK now has the highest Covid-19 death rate in the world. Boris Johnson's strategy has failed, and the vaccine isn't a silver bullet – we need a plan for Zero Covid that puts lives and livelihoods first.
Like its near-neighbour Preston, Salford's left-leaning council has put socialist policies into practice at a local level – and been rewarded with public housing, well-paying jobs, insourcing and a greener city.