January 2022


Review: Always Red

18 January 2022 Huw Beynon reviews the life and legacy of one of the most influential labour leaders in recent times

Young, left and marginalised

16 January 2022 Emma Frith explores how young activists are regularly ignored and dismissed in politics - and why those on the left must not fall into this pattern

New normal, old struggles

14 January 2022 Twenty years on from 9/11, Ashish Ghadiali speaks with Sohail Daulatzai about the historical antecedents of the ‘war on terror’ and the ongoing struggle against racial capitalism

Review: The Welsh Way: Essays on Neoliberalism and Devolution

11 January 2022 A new book exposes the gap between the Welsh government's radical rhetoric and reality, writes Leanne Wood

Perhaps winning over the general public is not worth all the effort

6 January 2022 The beauty of Britain's advanced democracy is that as long as Labour doesn't scare the establishment, they'll probably get in by default at some point, writes Simon Hedges

Review: Free: Coming of Age at the End of History

4 January 2022 Hannah Proctor explores how political upheaval and historical shifts can change ideas and assumptions about freedom



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