Why planning is political
23 February 2021
Andrea Sandor explores how community-led developments are putting democracy at the heart of the planning process
Statues, street names, and contested memory
10 February 2021
Proudly 'anti-woke' posturing is just the latest government attempt to memorialise white supremacy. Meghan Tinsley reports on the politics of commemoration
Where now on Brexit?
1 February 2021
It's a month since Brexit was declared 'done', but the complex process of EU trade negotiations has only just begun. In the first of a two-part series, Luke Cooper explains the contradictory nature of the Brexit deal and outlines the agenda ahead for progressives
Can radical federalism save the UK?
25 January 2021
Professor Kevin Morgan asks whether radical federalism offers a progressive alternative to the break up of the United Kingdom?
In the shadow of student rent strikes
9 January 2021
Outside the media fanfare surrounding the recent wave of university-based militancy, one community's fight against developers goes on. Robert Firth reports
50 years of gay liberation
27 November 2020
Sam Stroud looks back at the UK’s first ever LGBTQ+ demonstration and explains its significance for liberation struggles today
Review – Skint Estate by Cash Carraway
20 November 2020
Cash Carraway's memoir is a powerful recollection of working class struggle. Her story is a quiet call to arms, writes Jessica Andrews