Essay: a new sense of nation?
3 May 2020
Michael Calderbank and Ashish Ghadiali discuss the meaning of ‘national pride’ and ask if it can – or should – have a place in a truly radical left politics
Migrant voters can change the narrative
25 November 2019
Once again, politicians are framing immigration as a problem - while ignoring migrant voters. We must turn out to address our own legitimate concerns, says Zrinka Bralo of Migrants Organise
Five ways to say Fck Boris
22 November 2019
Boris Johnson wants to be Prime Minister for the next five years. Maddie Hennessy of Fck Boris Sheffield lists five things you can do to stop that happening.
The fight of our lives
18 November 2019
Asad Rehman talks to Ashish Ghadiali about why, across the political spectrum, Zero Carbon 2030 must become the rallying cry in GE2019.
The great British land sell
15 October 2019
Austerity and neoliberal policy-making has led to the loss of some of our
greatest assets and restricted the potential for social housing. Samir Jeraj explores how this has happened and ideas of how to stop it
The radical potential of the Corbyn project
20 September 2019
Even worse than failing to win office would be winning it while unprepared for the realities of government. Christine Berry considers what Labour needs to do to avoid the fate of Syriza in Greece
Nurses say: Patients’ rights have no borders
13 September 2019
As a US-friendly no-deal Brexit inches closer, Bonnie Castillo of National Nurses United explains why US nurses have joined the fight against NHS privatisation. Recommended reading ahead of The World Transformed health sessions
We still have time to stop a Tory Brexit
27 February 2019
A second referendum is on the cards, writes Ana Oppenheim. Let’s talk now about the benefits of staying in Europe, and not shy away from fighting a battle of values.
Dreams of a No-Deal Nation
22 January 2019
Tom Kibasi argues that those who want to avoid crashing out of the EU need to offer hope, not just cautionary tales.
Mayday for Britain
18 January 2019
The prime minister is digging in despite her inability to govern, writes Nick Dearden. Where next for the left?
Picking the lesser evil
22 November 2018
With a seemingly bungled Brexit deal, the only options on offer are different forms of capitalism. The Left needs to pick its enemies wisely, writes Richard Seymour
Tricks of the trade
7 November 2018
Liam Fox is planning bargain-basement trade deals for Brexit Britain - but Labour policy promises to deliver trade justice and democracy for the many. By Nick Dearden.
24 September 2018
Grace Blakeley dissects the failure of finance capital and calls for radical measures to take it back under democratic control
Don’t box Corbyn in over Brexit
22 June 2018
Encouraging Labour to block Brexit is tantamount to writing off the opportunity of a Corbyn-led socialist government. No wonder the Blairites are so keen, writes Michael Calderbank
We need to talk about migrant mental health care
21 June 2018
Dr Hugh Grant-Peterkin and Dr Cornelius Katona discuss the urgency of tackling health care for migrants, who are at greater risk of mental health conditions and have little access to basic services.
Beneath the Pavements, the Beach?
1 May 2018
Hilary Wainwright explores the turbulent history of 1968 social movements - and what they can teach us about building counter-power today.
The rise of post-Blairism
22 February 2018
A floundering alliance of Blairites is trying to reinvent itself for a Corbynite age. By Tom Costello.
To really take back control, we need to democratise our trade deals
6 February 2018
Trade deals effect every area of our lives - from our public services to the water we drink to the air we breathe. Marienna Pope-Weidemann from War on Want argues that we need greater public scrutiny over potentially disastrous post-Brexit trade deals.