Here to Stay, Here to Fight: A Race Today Anthology

Here to Stay, Here to Fight is an important archive of Black British History which will be welcome and relevant today and in the years ahead.

The Tory Party in the 2020s - How will they govern?

The Conservative government may wish to centralise power in Westminster – but there are trends in British society that no tech whizz can fix.

Imagining New New Towns

Post-War New Towns were shaped by the contradictions in social democracy and then the destructive effects of neoliberalism, but New New Towns should be part of imagining new possibilities.

Sinn Féin Could Capitalise On A Confident Irish Left

It's election time in Ireland, and polling has shown a surge in support for Sinn Féin. This election could mark the end of the Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael duopoly that has dominated Irish politics for nearly a century

Dialectics / Dialogue: a review of Ashley Bohrer's Marxism and Intersectionality

Ashley Bohrer's latest book brings Marxism and intersectionality into dialogue, offering a groundbreaking reading of the two traditions, but a limited view of collective struggle.

Playing With Fire: Securing the Borders of a Green New Deal

Reviewing Naomi Klein's book "On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal", the author challenges Klein's view that the right can and should be useful in any challenge to ecological disaster.

Here to Stay, Here to Fight: A Race Today Anthology

Here to Stay, Here to Fight is an important archive of Black British History which will be welcome and relevant today and in the years ahead.

The Tory Party in the 2020s - How will they govern?

The Conservative government may wish to centralise power in Westminster – but there are trends in British society that no tech whizz can fix.

Imagining New New Towns

Post-War New Towns were shaped by the contradictions in social democracy and then the destructive effects of neoliberalism, but New New Towns should be part of imagining new possibilities.

Sinn Féin Could Capitalise On A Confident Irish Left

It's election time in Ireland, and polling has shown a surge in support for Sinn Féin. This election could mark the end of the Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael duopoly that has dominated Irish politics for nearly a century

Dialectics / Dialogue: a review of Ashley Bohrer's Marxism and Intersectionality

Ashley Bohrer's latest book brings Marxism and intersectionality into dialogue, offering a groundbreaking reading of the two traditions, but a limited view of collective struggle.

Playing With Fire: Securing the Borders of a Green New Deal

Reviewing Naomi Klein's book "On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal", the author challenges Klein's view that the right can and should be useful in any challenge to ecological disaster.