The story of Sen Katayama, his vision, and the scale of his impact on the labour movements of Japan, America, and the USSR.

Ownership and Markets in Energy

The plans for partial re-nationalisation of energy in Labour's manifesto are too locally-oriented. Instead, we should embrace national planning of electricity through centralised ownership.

Macronism, and How To Fight It: A Commentary from Parti des indigènes de la République (PiR)

This commentary discusses the necessity for struggle against the labour reforms of Emmanuel Macron, acknowledging the deepening racial divisions it will exacerbate

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Antisemitism and Our Duties as Anti-Imperialists

Antisemitism exists within the left, including among supporters of Jeremy Corbyn. There must be no place for it, it must be condemned without equivocation.

A World for the Many not the Few: Labour’s new internationalist vision

Labour’s new International Development paper, spearheaded by Kate Osamor MP, represents a clean break with New Labour orthodoxy

Do plans for an elected Lords go far enough or should the Labour leadership look to ideas around full abolition and the creation of a Citizen's Assembly?

Detoxifying Welsh Labour

Despite the leftward shift of the British Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn, in Wales it’s hard to be filled with much enthusiasm.

Corbynism and The Youth Wing

An interview with Lara McNeill, Momentum activist and newly-elected Youth Rep on the NEC

Taking Stock: Introduction

An overview of the aims of our Taking Stock series, which we begin today.

"People are intelligent and we shouldn't assume otherwise": Interview with Juliet Jacques on her Resonance FM radio show Suite (212)

On the afternoon of June 24th 2017, Jeremy Corbyn stepped onto Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage to introduce the politically charged hip-hop duo Run the Jewels.

The Candidate: Jeremy Corbyn's Improbable Path to Power

In an exclusive extract from the new edition of "The Candidate: Jeremy Corbyn's Improbable Path to Power", Alex Nunns explains how the movement behind Corbyn came about.

'You are more oppressive than our oppressors': Transphobia and transmisogyny in the British left.

It is now more important than ever for the labour and trade union movement alongside the British left, more generally, to take a hard stance against transphobia and transmisogyny.