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Today, as we bring our Election Special to a close, we are launching our Patreon.

Understanding and Building on the Manifesto

The General Election result not only settles the question of the Labour leadership but also of the broad contours of the programme, at least in terms of social and economic policy, for the next election.

Community Solidarity after Grenfell

On the 14th of June early morning, I couldn't sleep due to the heat and my ongoing battle with insomnia. I was scrolling through Twitter trying to pass time and boredom when I found out about the Grenfell fire.

Women Voting Labour: The Politics of Constructing the Unity of a Class

Women voted for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party in greater numbers than men, according to research by YouGov conducted with 50,000 people after the election.

Transforming Labour: Rule Changes for 2018

With this year’s Labour Party conference looming on the horizon, it may seem premature to some to start thinking ahead to the party’s 2018 gathering in Liverpool.

Class Interests and Campaigning in 2017

Some insightful comparisons have been drawn in recent weeks between the Labour Party’s platform at the recent general election and their platform in 1983.

Subscribe and Support New Socialist

Today, as we bring our Election Special to a close, we are launching our Patreon.

Understanding and Building on the Manifesto

The General Election result not only settles the question of the Labour leadership but also of the broad contours of the programme, at least in terms of social and economic policy, for the next election.

Community Solidarity after Grenfell

On the 14th of June early morning, I couldn't sleep due to the heat and my ongoing battle with insomnia. I was scrolling through Twitter trying to pass time and boredom when I found out about the Grenfell fire.

Women Voting Labour: The Politics of Constructing the Unity of a Class

Women voted for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party in greater numbers than men, according to research by YouGov conducted with 50,000 people after the election.

Transforming Labour: Rule Changes for 2018

With this year’s Labour Party conference looming on the horizon, it may seem premature to some to start thinking ahead to the party’s 2018 gathering in Liverpool.

Class Interests and Campaigning in 2017

Some insightful comparisons have been drawn in recent weeks between the Labour Party’s platform at the recent general election and their platform in 1983.