Secret plots to sabotage a Labour government from within won’t be tolerated by the party membership.
The reforms proposed by Labour’s democracy review will open our party up to the working people it was made to represent.
Giving members a say isn’t about settling old scores. It’s about opening up politics to ordinary people.
In recent months the GMB has waged a guerrilla campaign to help workers in one of the richest companies in the world fight appalling conditions.
After years on the sidelines, the Left is making a comeback in Welsh Labour.
Julian Tudor Hart spent his life fighting for humane, socialist health care.
Finding a way into power is hard enough without stubborn opposition from within Labour.
A Jeremy Corbyn government would be the first time Britain’s socialist left was in charge of its foreign policy.
Northern England has been decimated by decades of Westminster neglect. Is Labour bold enough to change it?
A new generation of socialists in Manchester and Salford are building radical institutions that bring politics to life.
The tech industry’s problems can’t be solved by half measures
After the Second World War, Jewish soldiers returned to Britain and had to fight fascism all over again.
There is a new approach to poverty in Britain: starve people out of it.
In 2010 Iain Duncan Smith won his east London constituency by 13,000 votes — but now it’s trending red.
In 1909 the FA forced its footballers to renounce their union. Manchester United’s refused — and went on strike.
A century after it was introduced, it’s time to renew Labour’s commitment to a socialist economy.
Politics and the workplace are changing. Britain’s unions need to change with them.
Haringey Council shifted to the left after the campaign against the HDV, now it’s time to deliver socialist policies.
Norway’s EEA agreement is held up as an example Britain should follow — but it has led to more than two decades of neoliberal policies.
International speculators are playing games with our housing market — and we’re the ones losing.
An interview with David Harvey
Jordan Peterson’s message is simple: ‘evil’ is endemic to humanity and the domination of some people over others is biologically grounded
The UK singles chart has long been a barometer of popular desires. Today, it’s telling us that everything is up for grabs.
It’s often said you can’t satirise politics anymore, but the Brexit fiasco ending in a socialist government would be a punchline of historic proportions.
Tish Murtha’s camera captured working-class life in the rusting North East of the late twentieth century
Growing up in Sweden was a dream — but today it has changed beyond all recognition.
An ambitious development in Paris might point the way forward for London’s high-rise.
Communist Czechoslovakia developed radical ideas about sexuality and women’s equality.
In Sam Byers’ future, tech utopians and right-wing populists find common ground.
As the LGBT community makes progress on legal rights, its politics are haunted by those who asked more radical questions.