The rich used to eat, dress, and even speak entirely differently from the masses. Today they wear T-shirts and trainers just like the rest of us. But that doesn’t mean we’re all equal. It only lays bare the real source of inequality: actual money.
Detroit’s glittering revival isn’t just leaving most residents behind — it’s premised on their impoverishment.
Lobbyists for some of the world’s worst companies are cosying up to Labour as it gets closer to power. Labour is embracing them right back.
For all Rachel Reeves’ talk of security, Labour’s economic offering is built on shaky ground.
For millions, Benjamin Zephaniah will be remembered for first introducing poetry to their lives — but his unwavering commitment to anti-imperialist, anti-racist and working-class politics cannot be forgotten either.
A threat to close down Preston's most iconic grassroots music venue has sparked a campaign to secure its future as a cooperative — and shown a real alternative to the for-profit model destroying local culture.
Over 1,000 workers have simultaneously blocked four arms factories across the UK which provide components for arms used by Israel in its bombardment of Gaza.
British complicity in Israel's massacre has left it more isolated on the world stage than at any time since the Suez Crisis. The Global South won't forget its hypocrisy — and nor should it.
Germany has blocked billions of pounds of green investment at home and across the EU because of a ‘debt brake’ that makes budget deficits unlawful — proving that ‘fiscal discipline’ is a climate catastrophe.
With humour, warmth and delicate beauty, Shane MacGowan's lyricism profoundly shaped the culture of England's Irish diaspora — and was never afraid to denounce injustice, no matter how unpopular this made him with the powerful.
Rachel Reeves has declared she will make Labour the party of economic stability. But after a decade of rising inequality and falling living standards, what we need is transformation, not more of the same.
Henry Kissinger’s time on earth was spent organising the slaughter of millions of people on behalf of the rich and powerful, whose respect for him transcended party loyalties. May he rot in hell.