Jeremy Gilbert


What is Acid Corbynism?

2 September 2017 Jeremy Gilbert on how radical Labour politics can be inspired by the utopianism of the counterculture

A Progressive Alliance is a win for the left

29 April 2017 Laying out the case for Labour's leadership of a Progressive Alliance, Jeremy Gilbert argues that far from posing a threat to the Left, the Progressive Alliance offers a golden opportunity to end Tory rule and build a 21st century government committed to social justice

How the left can win

21 October 2016 Jeremy Gilbert says that no single party can defeat neoliberalism. A broader social movement is needed

The case for radical modernity

12 January 2016 The left should embrace technological innovation and new class alliances as part of a strategy for 21st-century socialism, writes Jeremy Gilbert

The urgent legacy of Stuart Hall

17 February 2014 Hall's ideas and example are crucial for understanding, and for changing, the twenty-first century world, writes Jeremy Gilbert

The loss of philosophy

14 May 2010 Jeremy Glbert on the implications of the closure of Middlesex Philosophy and the campaign to save it

Criticism is not enough

3 January 2009 New Labour did not implement its policies of the past decade in a vacuum, says Jeremy Gilbert. The question now is whether the left has an alternative

One more chance for the ‘Progressive Consensus’?

8 May 2005 The election results show the left's re-emergence as an electoral force, but the electoral system still gives 'middle England' disproportionate power. Jeremy Gilbert argues that we must seize this opportunity to argue for proportional representation