A vicious battle is being fought inside the Labour Party over a dizzyingly complex series of leaks, rumours and court cases.
As Seth Rogen talks about Israel’s lies, Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at the myths around the foundation of the state
The NHS workers’ pay revolt is hugely welcome. It shows how there is real anger in society and working class fury can explode unexpectedly, often outside the official channels of the labour movement.
Antisemitism belongs to the right. That’s a simple and straightforward fact. But it’s an important argument in the face of attempts to cast the whole of left wing politics as tarnished with antisemitism.
The Tories are looking to any avenue to solve the crisis in adult social care—without taxing the rich.
The government’s lie that it’s “committed to tackling racism” has been exposed once again. The Metropolitan Police has increased its use of stop and search powers.
The renewed assault on the left is bigger than Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party. Disgraceful accusations of antisemitism are flung almost indiscriminately at the whole of the left.
The government’s latest ‘green’ economic recovery plan is a cover for policies that benefit polluting big businesses writes Nick Clark
British politicians have suddenly discovered they’re passionate defenders of human rights again.
Don’t listen to the noise coming from the Treasury, the Tories are doing their best to hammer workers into the ground.
The Tories last week announced the removal of Chinese technology firm Huawei from Britain’s new 5G network
The government has announced that wearing face masks in shops will be compulsory in England from 24 July.
Here’s a forensic look at some of the big moments of Keir Starmer’s first 100 days as Labour leader.
Donald Trump’s reaction to the two major crises in US politics has been to play to the most racist, reactionary sections of society. But it doesn’t look like it’s working for him.
The police are to face a review into allegations of racial profiling. They must be found guilty
Tory prime minister Boris Johnson has begun the process of passing the blame for the coronavirus crisis.
The Polish‑German revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg warned that capitalism gives us a choice between “socialism or barbarism”. We need to choose—and fight for—socialism.
Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak was set to deliver his summer statement on Wednesday this week. It was expected to include a raft of measures in an attempt to prop up the British economy.
The ‘forgotten war’ that began 70 years ago wrecked a country so that big powers could grab more influence, writes Sophie Squire