The Diggers of the English Revolution were egalitarian radicals well before their time. No account of socialist history is complete without them.
The housing crisis has reached The Archers, soap opera of Middle England, with a storyline that shows how deeply the struggle to find a home is damaging people’s lives.
The Salford Docker is a bold attempt to revive the spirit of radical community theatre that was a part of Britain's working-class life for many decades.
In the 1970s, the Swedish Left pushed through an extraordinary wave of reforms as it sought to make the leap from social democracy to a socialist economy.
The late socialist writer Mark Fisher on the ways in which neoliberalism disempowered workers, the Left's failure to respond and the challenge of rebuilding class politics.
Figures released this weekend show that less than 2% of Labour's students voted in the Labour Student elections. It's time to end the right-wing stitch-up that locks thousands of students out.
India’s brutal occupation of Kashmir is only getting worse. Kashmiris resisting the crackdown deserve our attention and solidarity.
The case of the Khachaturyan sisters reveals how the ultra-conservative ideology of the Russian state tacitly supports domestic violence.
Free public transport is not a pipe dream. It exists in over 100 cities across the world - and has transformative impacts.
It's time for radical proposals to rebuild Britain's social fabric and combat the climate crisis. Here's one: make public transport free.
The ‘rave nostalgia’ film Beats provides an image of collective joy with politicised resonances in the present.
Rather than entering an arms race on policing with the Tories and accepting law and order demagoguery, Labour should lead a new conversation about crime in Britain.