The English working class has long been a multi-ethnic formation, shaped by both racism and anti-racism.
In the mid-1970s a socialist bloc at the heart of the government proposed a radical response to economic and environmental crises, elements of which are now back in vogue.
A populist anti-capitalism is the only way the left – including the centre left – can meaningfully respond to the rise of UKIP.
In the wake of the independence referendum it is Scottish Labour that has a major battle on its hands.
It’s time to move on from the sterile argument that labour has been doing well. Capital is winning, our side is losing, and our task now is to figure out why.
Common assumptions about the neoliberal period are inconsistent with the evidence and risk derailing potential socialist transformation.
Black history is disappearing, racism flourishes yet the Left keep quiet. Why?
For many who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, Tony Benn represented the future, a world in which technology was harnessed to public good, rather than private gain.
Beneath the rhetoric of Indonesia's 'tiger cub' economy, the reality is wealth disparity and growing labour unrest.
It is widely believed that the 2008 recession was primarily a financial crisis. But if this were true, the economy would have recovered by now.