Millions of Ukrainians have fled to Poland since the Russian war began. Many have become embroiled in the vast illegal care-work economy — adding exploitation to the trauma of fleeing their homes.
In London and New York, the spectacularly wealthy gamble on the price of commodities — and, in the process, provide petrostate autocrats like Vladimir Putin with the resources to wage war
In the wake of the war in Ukraine, NATO has been presented as a defensive alliance for democracy — but its actual history has been the promotion of Western imperial interests, often at the point of a gun.
Pundits are quick to declare the end of the unipolar world, but America’s economic empire is here to stay.
The departure of Boris Johnson as prime minister has been widely celebrated in Labour circles, but the rot at the heart of our political system goes far deeper.
In one of the strangest articles you’ll ever read, we detail the bizarre fascist roots of the Tory Party’s leading environmentalists.
In June 2017, a catastrophic fire in Grenfell Tower killed seventy-two people and should have changed housing standards for good. Instead, the establishment has failed victims — and resisted all efforts at change.
Why we’re running for Labour’s youth and student wing.
Mike Carden, one of the leaders of the 1995 Liverpool Dock Strike and father to MP Dan Carden, passed away late last year. Here, his son John Carden remembers his life in socialism.
Released almost twenty years ago, Channel 4’s Peep Show followed Mark and Jeremy through lives that were dysfunctional — but, in today’s terms, also unimaginably comfortable.
A new book explores the rise of online ‘influencers’, the seductiveness of their get-rich-quick schemes, and their role in shaping activist culture.
Hot Strike Summer
It’s time for a campaign that puts the needs of workers before the greed of the corporate elite.
As millions more turn to foodbanks to eat this summer, the right to food is fast becoming the frontline of the cost-of-living crisis.
The rise of the on-demand economy has been massively accelerated by the pandemic — but beneath the mirage of convenience lies a society that is more alienated than ever.
The mass sacking of 800 P&O workers earlier this year has revealed the impunity of rogue bosses in the British economy — and shows that we must campaign to overhaul our labour laws.
Tory anti-union laws weren’t just designed to make life harder for the labour movement. Their aim was to erode bonds of solidarity between workers altogether.
Mick Lynch, RMT union general secretary, sits down with Tribune to discuss the rail dispute, his viral media appearances, and whether this summer’s strike wave is a turning point.
The north Wales town of Blaenau Ffestiniog was once the slate capital of the world. Now, it is pioneering grassroots alternatives to the devastation of post-industrial capitalism.
Kuba Szreder’s ‘ABC’ for workers in the arts advocates ways out of a system designed to benefit not those who make artworks, but a handful of investors and gallerists.
Edwina Attlee’s book Strayed Homes praises the in-between spaces of everyday life — the intimate public spaces that can be homes from home.
The first publication by the left-wing London archive MayDay Rooms showcases examples from the 1930s and 1970s of conscious workers using photography as a tool for solidarity and political understanding.
Thuan’s novel Chinatown moves from Hanoi to Leningrad to Paris, as its Vietnamese migrant narrator charts how the ‘future’ shifted in the 1990s from the East to West.
Paul Verhoeven’s latest film Benedetta, about a nun who enters into a lesbian relationship in her convent while experiencing erotic visions of Jesus, may be disappointing — but at their best Verhoeven’s films do more than just shock.
The Manchester-based American sculptor Mitzi Cunliffe’s work epitomised a disappeared and increasingly alien world of public provision.
The first ever anime feature, now back in cinemas, combines anthropomorphic animals and anti-Western agitation; it was also a work of fascist propaganda.
Ukraine’s second city, once capital of Soviet Ukraine and a centre of socialist experiment in the 1920s, has been shelled for months. How will it survive the scale of destruction?