Though a relatively forgotten figure today, renewed hostilities between Labour's left and right make the story of Reg Prentice's bitter divorce from the party newly relevant.

Prominent Centrists and the Fiction of the White Working Class

The self-image of the celebrity centrist relies on the stereotype of an uneducated, bigoted, 'White Working Class'. It's time for them to take responsibility for their own beliefs.

Labourism and the Local: The Situation on Teesside

Labour's recent struggles in some of its former post-industrial heartlands indicate long-term weaknesses of Labourism itself.

The Prentice Saga

Though a relatively forgotten figure today, renewed hostilities between Labour's left and right make the story of Reg Prentice's bitter divorce from the party newly relevant.

Prominent Centrists and the Fiction of the White Working Class

The self-image of the celebrity centrist relies on the stereotype of an uneducated, bigoted, 'White Working Class'. It's time for them to take responsibility for their own beliefs.

Robust intellectual discussion and intransigent rabble rousing.
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.

A New Internationalism is Possible: Notes from the first International Social Forum

A participants overview and thoughts of Labours International Social Forum at SOAS in London on the 13th and 14th July 2019.

The Salford Docker: Doing Political Education Differently

Salford Community Theatre's latest production, 'The Salford Docker', points the way to new and more engaging forms of socialist political education.

The achievements of mining communities and unions are celebrated in spite of the conditions in which they arose, not because of them, and this heritage also fuels today's struggles.

Labourism and the Local: The Situation on Teesside

Labour's recent struggles in some of its former post-industrial heartlands indicate long-term weaknesses of Labourism itself.

A New Internationalism is Possible: Notes from the first International Social Forum

A participants overview and thoughts of Labours International Social Forum at SOAS in London on the 13th and 14th July 2019.

The Dead Canary

Workers suffering is the early warning sign that video game firms, key to the products-as-services, platform capitalism, boom within the emergence of tech and culture consumerism is entering a crisis.

Climate Change and Capitalism: A Political Marxist View.

To solve the disastrous impact of capitalism on the climate, we need to understand that the economy, the energy system, and the environment are all inextricably linked.

Greece's 'New Democracy' Are On The Cusp Of Power, But They Are Anything But 'Moderates'

SYRIZA's betrayals will see them crushed in the upcoming elections, but New Democracy's victory will see far-right members of the party as key powerbrokers

The Salford Docker: Doing Political Education Differently

Salford Community Theatre's latest production, 'The Salford Docker', points the way to new and more engaging forms of socialist political education.

The Defiance of Durham

The achievements of mining communities and unions are celebrated in spite of the conditions in which they arose, not because of them, and this heritage also fuels today's struggles.

The Dead Canary

Workers suffering is the early warning sign that video game firms, key to the products-as-services, platform capitalism, boom within the emergence of tech and culture consumerism is entering a crisis.

Climate Change and Capitalism: A Political Marxist View.

To solve the disastrous impact of capitalism on the climate, we need to understand that the economy, the energy system, and the environment are all inextricably linked.

Pride in Poland?

Ahead of this year's elections, religious traditionalists have set their sights on LGBT issues as a key battleground in a new culture war. How did this happen, and is there hope for queer people in modern Poland?

Editorial: Chris Williamson

The decision not to readmit Williamson offers a sliver of hope that the left of the Party, and its apparatus, may yet be able to tackle antisemitism.

Reclaiming Our Buses: Following Scotland’s Example

New legislation recently adopted in Scotland could spell the end of the Thatcherite consensus on buses south of the border as well.

Greece's 'New Democracy' Are On The Cusp Of Power, But They Are Anything But 'Moderates'

SYRIZA's betrayals will see them crushed in the upcoming elections, but New Democracy's victory will see far-right members of the party as key powerbrokers

Pride in Poland?

Ahead of this year's elections, religious traditionalists have set their sights on LGBT issues as a key battleground in a new culture war. How did this happen, and is there hope for queer people in modern Poland?

Editorial: Chris Williamson

The decision not to readmit Williamson offers a sliver of hope that the left of the Party, and its apparatus, may yet be able to tackle antisemitism.

Reclaiming Our Buses: Following Scotland’s Example

New legislation recently adopted in Scotland could spell the end of the Thatcherite consensus on buses south of the border as well.