Adam Peggs


The politics of Covid-19: time to requisition empty homes

30 March 2020 The government’s actions to try and house rough sleepers are inadequate. The acquisition of empty homes for the homeless is a viable short and long-term solution, argues Adam Peggs

Another World is Possible

Election 2019: The end of neoliberalism in sight?

5 December 2019 If elected, the next Labour government can finally depart from the neoliberal consensus and deliver a major shift in wealth and power, argues Adam Peggs

Tory Glastonbury? Money can’t buy you cultural relevance

7 August 2017 Adam Peggs on why the left has more fun

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

Momentum is getting ready to help Labour win the next election – and beyond

10 July 2017 The Corbyn-supporting group is preparing for another election at any moment, writes Adam Peggs – and now has the potential to create powerful training initiatives, union links and party reform efforts