Treating the working class as homogenous, white, and uniquely motivated by very specific political ideologies is damaging.
After last week’s devastating Conservative victory, we catch up with Labour activists and volunteers to hear how they’re keeping the fight alive.
Politics isn’t a game. With all the fanfare surrounding election day, it’s easy to forget what’s at stake.
Will this be the first time that a serving Prime Minister loses his seat? Uxbridge’s Ali Milani is running against Boris Johnson, in an effort to make that happen.
In the final instalment of Cut Out, writer and activist Tom Balderstone recalls how Tory cuts led to an unprecedented rise in homelessness.
At just 23 years old, Nottingham’s Nadia Whittome stands at the brink of a life-changing election for herself and for her country.
Our biggest and best-known media commentators are intent on delivering an election result that preserves their power.
We have 10 years to stop the climate crisis, which means that the stakes are higher than ever.
With just days left to change the country, Dawn Foster shares her tips on making a difference (and looking good while doing it).
The next government urgently needs to commit to funding domestic abuse services, writes Adina Claire of Women’s Aid.
For centuries, Romani people have faced violent oppression – so when will we start talking about the racism they face?
Layoffs, isolation and loss of funding: in the latest instalment of Cut Out, writer Emma Garland explores how Tory cuts have destroyed our towns and villages.