Yanis Varoufakis: we need a new movement for democracy in Europe

Yanis Varoufakis speaks to Nick Buxton about why he is launching a pan-European movement for democracy, to save Europe before it's too late

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Together we're unstoppable: why this is the year to turn the tide
As the Heathrow 13 face jail, the best way to support them is to get active, writes Rosa Fields

The disappearing exhibition
Danielle Child reviews An Imagined Museum, which invites visitors to commit artworks to memory before they are removed – and re-created

NHS wreckers play hide and seek
Caroline Molloy looks at the state of the NHS as healthcare workers gear up to fight privatisation through the back door

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A barricade in limbo: the occupiers of La Locanda
In the grey zone of Italy's migrant sector there is a courage that may hold hope for ending the border regimes of Europe, writes Richard Braude

Democracy is dead, long live democracies!
In this essay, Hilary Wainwright argues that building a real democracy in the face of corporate and financial power will require a rethinking of power and agency

All the World’s Futures: looking back at the Venice Biennial
Amy Charlesworth reviews the 2015 Venice Biennial

Rebuilding Kobanê
Tom Anderson and Eliza Egret report from the war-torn city of Kobanê and meet those trying to rebuild what Daesh and US bombs have destroyed

Chats: The people's palace
As Chats Palace in Hackney celebrates its 40th anniversary, Red Pepper takes a look through the arts centre's photographic archives

We don't need more runways – we need to tax frequent flyers
Stopping a third runway at Heathrow takes us only so far. A frequent-flyer levy would solve the aviation problem altogether, writes Leo Murray

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The case for radical modernity

The left should embrace technological innovation and new class alliances as part of a strategy for 21st-century socialism, writes Jeremy Gilbert

'What we've achieved so far': an interview with Jeremy Corbyn

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, in conversation with Hilary Wainwright and Leo Panitch, talks about the meaning of ‘new politics’, Tony Benn’s legacy – and opening up Labour’s policymaking to the people

EU debate: We need to stay in Europe to change Europe

The idea that a social Europe could emerge by quitting the EU is a delusion. There are no quick fixes for neoliberalism, writes Luke Cooper

Making the most of the momentum

A new kind of politics needs a new kind of Labour Party, writes Andrew Dolan

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In Egypt, a second life for independent trade unions
Union members in a crowded assembly hall lashed out against the Egyptian regime’s latest efforts to suppress workers, writes Giulio Regeni

2016: a year of escalation for climate action
After the predictable failure of the Paris climate talks to deliver anything meaningful, 2016 must be the year we escalate grassroots activism to do more in a year than our governments have done in 21, writes Sam Blacksmith

A different Europe or bust
As David Cameron’s renegotiation nears its uneventful conclusion, the big picture of what kind of Europe we want to live in is in danger of being lost, writes Luke Cooper. What can we do to change it?

Voluntary regulation for mercenaries? Yeah that should work
A new report condemns the voluntary code of conduct for private military and security companies as a sham, writes Jenny Nelson

Working mothers in poverty speak out
From exhaustion and frustration to hope and resistance, women experiencing in-work poverty share their stories. Jenny Nelson reports






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