Your nearest marginal union needs you

How can we support the new union movement? Steven Parfitt reflects on the successes and pitfalls of grassroots union organising.


The Irish government needs to stop protecting property developers and start looking out for its people

Rents are soaring and the government is hand-in-glove with property moguls. Oliver Eagleton reports on the activists fighting for a fairer housing system.

Why you should oppose the far right march on October 13th

The far right is on the march. Luther Blisset writes that it's time to stand up to the likes of the DFLA, and oppose their violence and racism head on.

Without an overhaul of Westminster, Corbyn’s vision for the economy won’t last

Britain's institutions aren't designed for real democracy. Nancy Platts argues that we can't build socialism in a rigged system.

Against modern football

Andrew Hodges looks at fan activism and organising in the home of World Cup finalists Croatia – a powerful, politicised and unpredictable movement that sees the left locked in constant battle with the far right.


Charter flights are brutal and illegal. Support the Stansted 15.

Zak Suffee from End Deportations writes on the case of 15 activists facing terrorism charges.

Labour and reselection: the panic last time

As anti-Corbyn Labour MPs kick up a fuss in the press about possible reselections, Hilary Wainwright looks back at the strikingly similar alarm in the parliamentary establishment in the 1970s and 1980s

‘Could do better’: Racism in schools

Remi Joseph-Salisbury writes that institutional racism is not just about individual teachers, but a lack of clear school-wide or nationwide policy.

Playing the game

The new Women’s Super League season kicked off in September with renewed media attention. Alex Culvin analyses the growth of women’s football


The power of collective joy

In a world of isolation and a left which tends towards despondency, collective joy is our weapon against neoliberalism. Sam Swann reflects on The World Transformed 2018

What happened at Labour Conference?

Michael Calderbank brings you a bite-sized guide to what went on at conference, and what that means for the future of the party. 

In and against the state

Labour needs to develop a socialist strategy that goes beyond a single election manifesto. Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin look at the challenge of state transformation

Wealth inequality is skyrocketing and the housing market is out of control. It’s time to tax the land.

Luke Murphy writes that wealth inequality, a poorly functioning housing market, an economy focused on unproductive investment and macroeconomic instability are all negative consequences of our current treatment of land within the UK economy