Jeremy Corbyn’s trouncing of the Labour right in the leadership contest showed the potential to build a movement against austerity and racism.
A new report hails the ‘digital platforms’ that are making workers ‘independent’. But the claims are misleading, writes Alistair Farrow
The Syrian war is an obscenity, a brutal meat-grinder that consumes mainly the innocent. It goes on only because it is in the interest of rival imperialist powers and their local clients and allies.
it’s never a good sign for a prime minister when they are forced to say they have “full confidence” in their chancellor only a few weeks after appointing him.
Footballer Ched Evans was found not guilty of rape last week, following a retrial after his conviction for rape in 2012.
There is a deep bitterness in British society. Every serious analysis of the vote for Britain to exit the European Union (EU) concedes that the Leave vote was fuelled, at least partially, by anger.
More former police officers have spoken out against the policing of striking miners during the 1984 Battle of Orgreave.
Nigel Farage’s party should have been careful what it wished for. Sadie Robinson diagnoses the racists’ post-Brexit headaches
Theresa May used last week’s Tory conference in Birmingham to shift her party and her government sharply to the right.
Deutsche Bank has symbolised German capitalism ever since its foundation in 1870, on the eve of Germany’s unification.
Theresa May pledged this week to “put an end to the industry of vexatious claims” against soldiers under human rights law.
Activist Jackie Walker was removed as the vice chair of Labour left group Momentum on Monday.
The US, Britain and Russia squabbled at the United Nations on Monday about who was to blame for the latest atrocities in Syria.
When Tory leader Theresa May moved into Downing Street, the pundits claimed that the Tory splits had been healed.
An important discussion took place at the Momentum event in Liverpool last weekend on Parliamentary Socialism in the 21st Century.
The shaky ceasefire in Syria has collapsed after just a week. British forces played their role in continuing the suffering of people in Syria.
Two major TV programmes attacking Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters aired this week.
The decision to build a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset is a disaster for safety, the environment and workers’ living standards.
Labour’s long history of expulsions is ultimately driven by the party’s focus on parliament, writes Nick Clark
As the weeks go by, we are beginning to get a picture of what kind of prime minister Theresa May will be.