An unknown number of women were deceived into relationships with undercover police as part of the Spycops Scandal. One, Donna McLean, speaks to Tribune about the discovery, the anger, and the ongoing struggle for justice.
Millions of people in Britain can’t afford to eat. That the government plans to spend this year undermining democracy and fighting culture wars instead of fixing that problem makes it clear whose side it's on.
Crypto advocates promise to democratise the internet by decentralising power, but the real path to digital democracy is publicly-owned infrastructure.
Russian socialist Ilya Budraitskis talks to Tribune about the war in Ukraine, the politics that produced that disaster – and the complexities of nationalism in Putin's Russia.
Pharma giant Pfizer expects to make more than $50 billion from its Covid medicines this year, and it isn't a one-off – it's a symbol of the drastic inequality resulting from a monopolistic approach to global health.
Under capitalism, technological progress will always benefit the rich first and society later – if we want technology to address the major problems of our time, we need it to be shaped by workers.
On VE day, we republish a letter from a British socialist pilot who died fighting the Nazis – a sacrifice he made for a world free not only from fascism but poverty, oppression and 'the evils inherent in the capitalist system.'
The government's broken promise to ensure staff can keep their tips is a betrayal of low-paid workers – and a green light for bosses to continue theft and exploitation in the workplace.
A new book on the history of space exploration explores the utopian dreams that drive us towards the stars – but also the capitalist realities that make outer space a plaything of billionaires.
Ofsted has spent its thirty years inflicting surveillance and stress on teachers and judging working-class schools more harshly than their wealthy counterparts – it must be replaced.
The Bank of England's interest rate hike is designed to push the economy into a recession, increase unemployment and restrain wages – forcing workers to pay even more for the cost of living crisis.
Boris Johnson's answer to the problems facing renters is reviving Right to Buy – the very policy that turned millions of public homes into private landlords' assets and birthed our housing crisis in the first place.