No general election would be complete without the Tories denouncing Labour for its irresponsible fiscal plans. The classic example was the 1992 campaign, when John Major’s team first warned against “Labour’s Tax Bombshell”, soon to be followed by “Labour’s Double Whammy—1. More Taxes, 2. Higher Prices.”
This general election is an opportunity to kick out the Tories and break from a decade of austerity, scapegoating of Muslims and migrants, and inaction over climate change.
The reality of rising debt and falling wages under Tory austerity was laid bare in new research from the TUC union federation released on Tuesday.
The uprising in Chile continues, and it is raising fundamental questions about neoliberalism and even capitalism
Tens of millions of ordinary people face life in a polluted, flooded, sinking city, reports Sarah Bates
For more than two years official politics has been consumed by a seemingly endless Brexit crisis and Westminster game-playing.
We have to make the Tories pay for the thousands of people who have been killed by their rule.
Latin America has returned to the headlines with the explosive revolts in Chile and Ecuador. They show how neoliberalism continues to evoke massive popular resistance
A very big protest took place in London last weekend calling for a “People’s Vote” on leaving the European Union (EU).
The number of serious revolts erupting across the globe is growing. Many protests sparked by a specific issue quickly turn into more general challenges to the system.
Tomáš Tengely-Evans argues that being middle class isn’t about your lifestyle, accent, or whether you do a manual job
He may have lost a battle last Saturday, but he hasn’t lost the war
Massive protests erupted across Catalonia this week after a Spanish court sentenced nine pro-independence Catalan leaders to vicious prison terms.
The International Rebellion has brought together tens of thousands of people across the globe to demand climate justice.
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have denounced Donald Trump’s decision to pull back American troops blocking a Turkish invasion of northern Syria as a “betrayal”. Of course they’re right.
Sadie Robinson looks at a new programme to give heroin users diamorphine which aims to help people escape addiction
Police actions against Extinction Rebellion (XR) show their job is to ensure business as usual under capitalism.
False friends are clustering around the climate movement. They know that millions of people across the world support climate action to avert catastrophe. Instead of denying the need for it, they pose as sympathetic but “reasonable”.
Amid the stew of Brexit speculation, there are more calls for a “national unity” government.
Sea levels are rising faster than ever before with catastrophic consequences for human survival and animal and marine life.