The Harland and Wolff workers want to make renewable energy. A Labour government would help them

In the 1970s, Lucas Aerospace workers had a plan to make socially useful products and went to minister for industry Tony Benn for help. Do the workers occupying their shipyard in Belfast have a similar ally in John McDonnell? By Hilary Wainwright


The reactionary rebellion

Neo-fascism is on the rise across Europe. It may have taken on a different form but its essence is the same, writes Walter Baier

They shall not pass: feminists on the front line

Across the world, feminists are fighting the far right and fascism. We hear from activists in seven countries.

Foul play in Qatar

Marzena Zukowska reviews a documentary film that examines the labour behind the 2022 World Cup

Power beyond borders

The climate crisis is the greatest act of systemic racism in human history, argues Cameron Joshi


Stop the scan: turning police into border guards

A police trial is linking street fingerprint scanning to immigration enforcement, writes Remi Joseph-Salisbury

Whose history? Why the People’s History Museum is vital

In recent months, high-profile figures have claimed museums should be ‘neutral’ spaces. Thank goodness, then, for the People’s History Museum, writes Danielle Child

Building a Museum of Dissent

Lisa Kennedy and Donata Miller suggest five ways museums can be sites for dissent

Rewriting history: museums and ‘neutrality’

Museums are socially vital precisely because of their political nature, says Siobhan McGuirk


Net zero emissions by 2050? It’s a sham

Youth climate activist Lola Fayokun calls for climate justice not half measures

We hacked tube ads to call out the Home Office’s hostile environment

Our Future Now on how they helped the Home Office be a little more honest about its policies

Review – Finding a Voice: Asian women in Britain

Finding a Voice: Asian women in Britain, by Amrit Wilson, reviewed by Maya Goodfellow