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.
The crisis in official politics has made the break-up of the British state a living debate again.
The climate rebellion is entering a crucial new chapter. Thousands of Extinction Rebellion (XR) activists plan to take over parts of central London as part of the International Rebellion.
One takeaway from last week’s Labour Party conference is that the members are further ahead than the leadership and the trade unions.
When Greta Thunberg blasted world leaders at the United Nations (UN), she spoke for millions who are angry at their inaction on climate change.
Millions are in housing need while hundreds of thousands of homes lie empty.
A book on Labour, the media and antisemitism is both rigorous and accessible
Saudi Arabia and the US are driving closer to war with Iran, following drone strikes on Saudi Arabian oil plants last Saturday.
The global climate strike this Friday has shown how trade unions can revive.
Union leaders agreed to define class as a form of discrimination. But it’s not just another oppression, argues Sadie Robinson
John Bolton's dismissal can be traced back to an earlier Republican presidency in which Bolton served, that of George W Bush
Climate actions planned for this week could open the door for a new phase of a climate justice movement.
The chaos in the British establishment has exposed the swamp that is parliament and British democracy. This week Tory leader Boris Johnson prorogued parliament—shutting it down to avoid scrutiny of his Brexit manoeuvres.
Earth is careering towards climate change so severe that there will be an “irrefutable toll on human life”.
The series ignores how bosses handed the Nazis power—and the force that could have stopped them, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
Britain has recently overtaken Italy for the prize of having the most shambolic political system in an advanced capitalist country. But there are now attempts at parallel solutions to both countries’ governmental crises.
The Tories’ pledges aren’t about helping ordinary people
We should welcome a general election as an opportunity to drive out Johnson and the Tories