No Time For Game Theory

"Credibility" is a sort of shadow-play in which sincerity is always understood to be instrumental, a token, something more or less successfully faked.

Reproductive Justice and the 2017 General Election—What Could Have Been

I've been a Labour member and activist for around a decade, and one of the most common refrains I've heard on the doors over the years is that politicians can't be trusted: all the parties are the same.

Organising for Conference

Labour Party members, supporters and activists - particularly those on the left - are still on something of a high after the party’s far better than expected performance in the recent general election.

Northern Ireland, The DUP and Colonialism

The province of Northern Ireland has been continually raised as a spectre during the election campaign and is now once more on the forefront of the political agenda.

Full Corbynism: Constructing a new left Political Economy beyond Neoliberalism

Labour is now on a permanent war footing and is a realistic contender for office. As a result, the left must now get much more serious about policy and strategy.

Reflections from Wales

I’ve always had a deeply ingrained sense that, rather than Wales abandoning the Labour Party, the Labour party had abandoned Wales.

No Time For Game Theory

"Credibility" is a sort of shadow-play in which sincerity is always understood to be instrumental, a token, something more or less successfully faked.

Reproductive Justice and the 2017 General Election—What Could Have Been

I've been a Labour member and activist for around a decade, and one of the most common refrains I've heard on the doors over the years is that politicians can't be trusted: all the parties are the same.

Organising for Conference

Labour Party members, supporters and activists - particularly those on the left - are still on something of a high after the party’s far better than expected performance in the recent general election.

Northern Ireland, The DUP and Colonialism

The province of Northern Ireland has been continually raised as a spectre during the election campaign and is now once more on the forefront of the political agenda.

Full Corbynism: Constructing a new left Political Economy beyond Neoliberalism

Labour is now on a permanent war footing and is a realistic contender for office. As a result, the left must now get much more serious about policy and strategy.

Reflections from Wales

I’ve always had a deeply ingrained sense that, rather than Wales abandoning the Labour Party, the Labour party had abandoned Wales.