“I don’t care if a fascist once in a while says something I agree with,” says Jeremy Scahill. “No alliance with fascists.”
Public services are being dismembered, outsourced, closed down, the source of profit for a few and an impoverished society for the many.
Jeff Goulding explains why he’s supporting Jeremy Corbyn as a true custodian of Labour’s socialist values.
Trump is probably a deranged psychopath who ought to struggle even to get a firearms license – let alone run the world’s only superpower.
The left must break with the failed economic and political establishment, or else siren voices of the populist far right will fill the gap.
If Clooney was leading the Labour Party, the media would think up a hundred reasons why he was wrong for the job.
How many Americans know that since 1776 the U.S. has been at war for almost every year of its history?
4 April 2017: 100 years after the US entered the first world war and 50 years since Martin Luther King declared America’s spitual death
The labour movement cannot accept living standards being lowered by Brexit and the attack on freedom of movement, and must stand to defend both.
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott distances herself from those advocating rethink of Labour’s immigration policy.
Matthew Crampton’s book of narratives and songs sheds new light on the horrific cost of emigration, slavery and transportation
It is time for the left to seize the debate on immigration and assert a counter narrative that is fact-based, positive and progressive.
Reasons to defend the existing right of free movement in the EU and for seeking to extend that right to others.
Brainchild of the Murdoch press, part-funded by global arms giant BAE Systems, this memorial is a gilded fiction, says veteran Joe Glenton.
Metzger launched the auto destructive art movement in protest at rising consumerism, proliferation of capitalism, and building of nuclear weapons.
Irene Clennell, 28 years living in the UK, was treated like a terrorist when she was deported and forced from her family.
We have allowed this government to pander to bigotry, prejudice and intolerance and to scapegoat minorities, writes Matt Carr.
Celebrating the cultural achievements of the early Russian revolution which had at its centre a commitment to the politics of socialism.