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Where did it all go wrong, Morrissey?

2 December 2017 He was once a radical icon, but now he's a mouthpiece for racism and nationalism. Time to get off stage, writes Michael Calderbank

This isn’t the end of austerity – it’s a new age of cruelty economics

1 December 2017 Consensus seems to have shifted, but austerity is far from over. The chancellor has committed us to yet more years of misery while the rich get richer, writes Richard Seymour.

Stop romanticising the royal family

29 November 2017 Frustrated at the idea of another royal wedding? You're not alone. Joana Ramiro argues we should stop idealising a fundamentally undemocratic institution.

Abortion is still illegal in this country

15 November 2017 Fifty years after the Abortion Act, women are still dying from being denied basic services, write activists from Feminist Fightback

We need to change the narrative around social housing

13 November 2017 We need to tackle the patronising ideology that lets Tory think-tanks sneer at social tenants, writes Emma Dent Coad

‘Paradise Papers’ tax dodgers should be behind bars for the world’s biggest robbery

7 November 2017 The global elite have been stealing from society on an unprecedented scale, writes Tom Walker

We’re risking prison to stop air pollution killing Londoners

31 October 2017 We need drastic action on air pollution now, writes Roger Hallam

Trans and gender-queer prisoners face a double punishment.

24 October 2017 For trans prisoners, abuse isolation and poor medical care are routine parts of incarceration. By 'ASBO', a former inmate.

Uber and the corporate capture of e-petitions

11 October 2017 Steve Andrews looks at a profit-making petition platform's questionable relationship with the cab company

The Labour conference that the media failed to report

2 October 2017 Many important things happened on conference floor, reports Alex Nunns – but you wouldn’t know it from reading the newspapers

There is no ‘cult of Corbyn’ – this is a movement preparing for power

2 October 2017 The pundits still don’t understand that Labour’s new energy is about ‘we’ not ‘me’, writes Hilary Wainwright

Naomi Klein: the Corbyn movement is part of a global phenomenon

26 September 2017 What radical writer Naomi Klein said in her guest speech to Labour Party conference

Acid Corbynism’s next steps: building a socialist dance culture

24 September 2017 Matt Phull and Will Stronge share more thoughts about the postcapitalist potential of the Acid Corbynist project

New model activism: Putting Labour in office and the people in power

22 September 2017 Hilary Wainwright examines how the ‘new politics’ needs to be about both winning electoral power and building transformative power

Neoliberalism: the break-up tour

14 August 2017 Sarah Woods and Andrew Simms ask why, given the trail of destruction it has left, we are still dancing to the neoliberal tune

Cat Smith MP: ‘Jeremy Corbyn has authenticity. You can’t fake that’

12 August 2017 Cat Smith, shadow minister for voter engagement and youth affairs and one of the original parliamentary backers of Corbyn’s leadership, speaks to Ashish Ghadiali

Cable the enabler: new Lib Dem leader shows a party in crisis

27 July 2017 Vince Cable's stale politics and collusion with the Conservatives belong in the dustbin of history, writes Adam Peggs

Mogg-mentum? Thatcherite die-hard Jacob Rees-Mogg is no man of the people

18 July 2017 Adam Peggs says Rees-Mogg is no joke – he is a living embodiment of Britain's repulsive ruling elite

The Tories’ deal with the DUP is outright bribery – but this government won’t last

27 June 2017 Theresa May’s £1.5 billion bung to the DUP is the last nail in the coffin of the austerity myth, writes Louis Mendee

In the aftermath of this disaster, we must fight to restore respect and democracy for council tenants

19 June 2017 Glyn Robbins says it's time to put residents, not private firms, back at the centre of decision-making over their housing

Why are so many coming to Jeremy Corbyn’s rallies? It’s for his message of hope

7 June 2017 Across Britain, hundreds of thousands of people have now taken part in mass rallies for Corbyn's Labour. Eli Regan soaks up the atmosphere in Warrington

‘Snowflake Generation’? Watch out for an avalanche on June 8

4 June 2017 The under-30s could be decisive in the general election. Frances Grahl meets young people hit by Tory austerity and looks at what's driving their support for Labour

Theresa May’s tough line on immigration punishes British children

3 June 2017 “To them it’s just another number, someone else being sent back. But when you’ve got three children being left without their dad … it’s quite major,” writes Rebecca Omonira-Okeykanmi.

If Corbyn’s Labour wins, it will be Attlee v Churchill all over again

2 June 2017 Jack Witek argues that a Labour victory is no longer unthinkable – and it would mean the biggest shake-up since 1945

The myth of ‘stability’ with Theresa May

30 May 2017 Settit Beyene looks at the truth behind the prime minister's favourite soundbite

Why Corbyn’s ‘unpopularity’ is exaggerated: Polls show he’s more popular than most other parties’ leaders – and on the up

10 May 2017 Headlines about Jeremy Corbyn’s poor approval ratings in polls don’t tell the whole story, writes Alex Nunns

#EndToryRule election posters – gallery

3 May 2017 Grassroots posters giving an alternative take on the general election

Event: Take Back Control Croydon

31 March 2017 Ken Loach, Dawn Foster & Soweto Kinch to speak in Croydon at the first event of a UK-wide series organised by The World Transformed and local activists

Secrets and spies of Scotland Yard

23 March 2017 A new Espionage Act threatens whistleblowers and journalists, writes Sarah Kavanagh

Confronting Brexit

20 March 2017 Paul O’Connell and Michael Calderbank consider the conditions that led to the Brexit vote, and how the left in Britain should respond

Corbyn understands the needs of our communities

7 March 2017 Ian Hodson reflects on the Copeland by-election and explains why Corbyn has the full support of The Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union

University should not be a debt factory

5 December 2016 Sheldon Ridley spoke to students taking part in their first national demonstration.

A Cuban view on Fidel Castro’s legacy

28 November 2016 Musician Eliane Correa reflects on the fading revolution

Essay: Labouring through birth and death

29 October 2016 Jenny Nelson says that if we get the beginning and ending of life right, we might have a better chance of getting the bit in the middle right too

What is Momentum?

29 October 2016 James Schneider, Emma Rees and Adam Klug explain what Momentum is and how it is organising collectively to transform society

Greater Manchester Law Centre: fighting for justice

4 October 2016 Legal aid is a pillar of the welfare state under longstanding threat. Tanzil Chowdhury reports on the Greater Manchester Law Centre, a new project fighting back for justice.

Why we need a world without borders

31 August 2016 The right to live where you want should be as fundamental as the right to vote, says Alex Scrivener

The Train Gate story is a product of desperation

24 August 2016 Alex Richardson-Price observes the pressing need for a character assassination, by any means necessary, of Jeremy Corbyn.

How likely is a Labour Party split?

4 August 2016 Michael Calderbank asks whether Labour's warring factions can ever be brought back together in a united party

The Brexit nightmare

16 June 2016 Tom Walker imagines waking up screaming at the hard-right ascendancy following a referendum Out vote

We remember what Europe looked like before the EU

13 June 2016 Sirio Canós Donnay explains why countries that have suffered the most at the hands of the Troika, like Greece and Spain, are also the most pro-European

John McDonnell: it’s time for the left to save the Europe debate from the Tories

5 June 2016 Shadow chancellor John McDonnell puts forward the left wing case for voting to stay in Europe and transform it

Right to be angry – but be angry with the right

2 June 2016 Siobhán McGuirk writes about scapegoating and anti-immigrant sentiment in the EU referendum debate

Housing is a mental health issue

30 May 2016 Emma Snaith reports on the Focus E15 demonstration highlighting the link between a lack of decent social housing and poor mental health

What’s the future of public ownership? It’s up to you

3 May 2016 Cat Hobbs introduces an event on 7 May looking at public ownership in the 21st century

Making the most of the momentum

14 December 2015 A new kind of politics needs a new kind of Labour Party, writes Andrew Dolan

Help doctors win

30 November 2015 Jane Stratton has been organising with the junior doctors and explains why their struggle is everyone’s fight

We’re students, not suspects

1 October 2015 Malia Bouattia argues that the government’s counter‑extremism strategy adds up to surveillance of the Muslim community

After the election: picking up the pieces

14 May 2015 Without pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will is useless, writes Luke Cooper

Peoples Agenda profile 17: Reclaim the Power

28 April 2015 Direct Action group Reclaim the Power are targeting Didcot power station this May, they tell us in this seventeenth People's Agenda profile



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