Book Reviews January 18, 2018
Magdoff and Williams provide a powerfully argued case that impending ecological disaster can be overcome by a revolutionary transformation of social relation...
Analysis January 16, 2018
We have to challenge the idea that the private sector is fit to run our public services, and we can only do that with mass social protest, argues Richard Allday...
Opinion January 15, 2018
Trump deflected is an object lesson in the power of protest but it is only a beginning, writes Lindsey German
Opinion January 14, 2018
The ongoing crisis is manufactured as a precursor to further privatisation. Don't let the Tories fool you
Opinion January 12, 2018
Calls for a second Brexit referendum, from the unholy confluence of establishment Remain and Farage, must be resisted by all the left, argues Martin Hall
Analysis December 13, 2017
It’s become a journalistic cliché to say that we live in times where the unexpected happens. But that doesn’t mean we have to wait on events, argues John Rees