The alliance between the Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Greens in Wales is a shabby piece of horsetrading that makes a Hard Brexit supporting Tory government more likely.

Is Production a Panacea? Reviewing Stolen and The Case for People’s Quantitative Easing

In the past year Grace Blakeley and Frances Coppola's books have confronted the problems of rentier capitalism. However, in idealizing "productive capital" of the past, they miss its own flaws and power.

Resisting Green Colonialism: Lithium, Bolivia, and the Green New Deal

There are potential contradictions between decarbonisation in the Global North and the needs of communities in the Global South. How should we handle them?

Pro-remain electoral pact in Wales – the not very progressive alliance

The alliance between the Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Greens in Wales is a shabby piece of horsetrading that makes a Hard Brexit supporting Tory government more likely.

Is Production a Panacea? Reviewing Stolen and The Case for People’s Quantitative Easing

In the past year Grace Blakeley and Frances Coppola's books have confronted the problems of rentier capitalism. However, in idealizing "productive capital" of the past, they miss its own flaws and power.

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An independent source of left thought based in the UK.

Robust intellectual discussion and intransigent rabble rousing.
An independent source of left thought based in the UK.

Activists' Inquiry - Beginnings

With another general election well underway, New Socialist is collecting stories from the campaign as it happens.

Mental Health Vote 2019: Get Involved

In 2010 turnout among mental health inpatients was 14%, Mental Health Vote 2019 are organising to help enfranchise mentally ill people.

We unequivocally condemn the unfolding coup in Bolivia, and offer our solidarity to the Bolivian people.

Resisting Green Colonialism: Lithium, Bolivia, and the Green New Deal

There are potential contradictions between decarbonisation in the Global North and the needs of communities in the Global South. How should we handle them?

Activists' Inquiry - Beginnings

With another general election well underway, New Socialist is collecting stories from the campaign as it happens.

The Bolsheviks did not 'smash' the old state

Debates between partisans of “reform” or “revolution” presume that the Bolsheviks really “smashed” the Tsarist state. What if this isn’t true?

Is Labour's new global tax enough?

Labour's new global tax policy rightly draws on radical new ways to ensure wealth is shared even when produced across borders. But limits remain and need addressing if this will challenge uneven development.

Election Resources for People with Learning Disabilities

People with learning disabilities are systematically excluded from the democratic process, here is a collection of resources of easy read election resources to help try to counter that exclusion.

Mental Health Vote 2019: Get Involved

In 2010 turnout among mental health inpatients was 14%, Mental Health Vote 2019 are organising to help enfranchise mentally ill people.

You will return as Millions: Solidarity Statement with Bolivia

We unequivocally condemn the unfolding coup in Bolivia, and offer our solidarity to the Bolivian people.

The Bolsheviks did not 'smash' the old state

Debates between partisans of “reform” or “revolution” presume that the Bolsheviks really “smashed” the Tsarist state. What if this isn’t true?

Is Labour's new global tax enough?

Labour's new global tax policy rightly draws on radical new ways to ensure wealth is shared even when produced across borders. But limits remain and need addressing if this will challenge uneven development.

From Shareholder to Stakeholder Capitalism?

Capitalism's leading lights are worried about the viability of the current model of capitalism – the Left must use the next crisis to offer real change to the structure of ownership that underpins it.

“It's not 30 pesos – it's 30 years”: The Battle for the Heart and Soul of Chile

Chile's protests aren’t about the 30 peso rise. They are about the 30 years of ‘democracy’ suffered since the official end of the dictatorship and a direct result of a growing extra-parliamentary left.

To Enter Government the Liberal Democrats Will First Need An Economic Vision

The rise of the Liberal Democrats has been a thorn in Labour's side. However, without an economic vision replacing Labour seems like a distant prospect and misses a fundamental difference between the two parties.

Election Resources for People with Learning Disabilities

People with learning disabilities are systematically excluded from the democratic process, here is a collection of resources of easy read election resources to help try to counter that exclusion.

From Shareholder to Stakeholder Capitalism?

Capitalism's leading lights are worried about the viability of the current model of capitalism – the Left must use the next crisis to offer real change to the structure of ownership that underpins it.

“It's not 30 pesos – it's 30 years”: The Battle for the Heart and Soul of Chile

Chile's protests aren’t about the 30 peso rise. They are about the 30 years of ‘democracy’ suffered since the official end of the dictatorship and a direct result of a growing extra-parliamentary left.

To Enter Government the Liberal Democrats Will First Need An Economic Vision

The rise of the Liberal Democrats has been a thorn in Labour's side. However, without an economic vision replacing Labour seems like a distant prospect and misses a fundamental difference between the two parties.