Can alternative models of ownership help solve the housing crisis?

Conrad Bower reports on the radical housing initiatives challenging high rents and homelessness


We need to decriminalise abortion now

It's time to scrap outdated laws and start trusting women and healthcare professionals. By Kerry Abel

Building a revolution in Jerusalem?

Tom Anderson and Eliza Egret talk to Sahar Vardi from Imbala collective, who have set up a grassroots organising space in the heart of West Jerusalem.

A new dawn for the Danish radical left?

As the Social Democrats shift rightwards, a coalition of new and emboldened leftist parties have banded together to fight for a real alternative, writes Lukas Slothuus.

Young Londoners take over the tube highlight the school to prison pipeline

The school-to-prison pipeline can lock vulnerable students into permanent poverty, reports Kennedy Walker


Ten years after the crash, the financial sector is still out of control

Fran Boait argues that we need to make banking and finance serve the people - rather than the other way around.

Precarious workers and popular forces

The essential question for a socialist government is: are you willing to defend yourself? By Callum Cant

A new popular leftist movement is gearing up in Germany – but does aufstehen stand a chance?

A prominent face from Germany's hard-left party wants to take on the right. But her stance on migration is proving divisive. Ella Joyner reports.

Citizenship in a capitalist state

Lea Ypi writes on the death of citizenship as a democratic ideal, and the collapse of civic politics into ethnopolitics.


Northern Ireland: The border is coming

Luke Butterly writes that the government is quietly preparing for a return to a harder border in Northern Ireland.

The government is seeking new free trade deals after Brexit – and we could all pay the price

Dorothy Guerrero writes that we're crashing out of the European Union and into the Trans-Pacific partnership: A free trade deal with all the disastrous hallmarks of TTIP.

From #FreeTommy to the Hostile Environment

To understand the far right's escalating appeal we need to look at the reciprocal relationship between the far right and the political mainstream. By May Robson