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Cover story: A new kind of politics. Michael Calderbank asks what next for the Labour Party after Jeremy Corbyn’s victory, and Dan Hind says we should seize the opportunity to organise a constitutional convention.
Environmental justice: Suzanne Dhaliwal calls for us to learn from those on the frontlines of global environmental struggles, Nigerian activist Ken Henshaw on how Ken Saro-Wiwa’s struggle put justice at the centre of environmentalism, Eriel Deranger writes that the battle against tar sands mining is about indigenous people’s rights and culture and Alex Scrivener argues the Paris climate summit ignores those most affected by climate change.
Refugees: Emma Hughes speaks to Caoimhe Butterly about organising with refugees on Lesbos, and Amy Corcoran reports from the ever-changing and growing refugee camp in Calais.
EU debate: Leigh Phillips argues that MEPs are just fart-catchers to the grand functionaries of EU technocracy, Fanny Malinen writes that the Greek crisis has exposed the undemocratic nature of the EU, while Chris Jones says that in or out of the EU, the UK can’t escape Europe’s security-industrial complex.
Culture: Artist Byron Peters speaks to Jenny Nelson about the hidden labour behind digital life, Tim Dunbar explores the mystery of Guernica’s appearance in a Manchester car showroom, and Danielle Child visits a fascinating exhibition telling the damning history of finance. Plus four pages of book reviews, including Hilary Wainwright's view of Paul Mason's Postcapitalism.
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