The Art in Manufacturing programme draws on a history of artists working in factories to bridge the gap between the workplaces and art in Britain's industrial towns.
For weeks, the public has clapped the migrant workers who keep the NHS running — while the Tory government remains intent on treating them like criminals.
In February, Ireland's right-wing duopoly were defeated in an election for the first time – but still ended up in government. If the Irish Left wants to replace them, it will need to come together to build an alternative.
Spain's coalition between PSOE and Unidas Podemos gambled on rowing back austerity measures in a period of relative calm – but now, facing a historic recession, its forces find themselves increasingly at odds.
Today, the NHS is celebrated. But for ten years it has been subject to destructive cutbacks, which led to crumbling facilities, outsourcing, privatisation and staff pay freezes – now is the time to demand better.
Boris Johnson's 'New Deal' is a mirage – made up largely of spending already committed, with few details about how it will address urgent crises like climate change or improve working people's lives.
In France, the killing of George Floyd evoked memories of the recent death in police custody of Adam Traoré – and reignited the mass protests which demanded justice in his name.
A new biography of Peter Shore rediscovers the life of a parliamentary radical who fought any attempt to weaken the political strength of working people.
The coronavirus crisis has demonstrated a need to rethink healthcare, breaking from outdated technocratic models and seeing the full social and political context behind public health.
Fundamental changes to how members' representatives are elected in the Labour Party should be made by conference – not behind closed doors in this week's NEC meeting.
Four months after a historic general election saw Ireland's right-wing duopoly defeated, the Green Party has decided to return them to office – on a programme that will do nothing to solve the country's deep inequalities.
Late '90s and early 2000s reality TV in the UK was shaped by its interaction with a Blairite political project which demonised the working-class and cast social problems as individual failings.