Writer and researcher Amelia Horgan speaks to Phil Jones about his new book, which considers how a precarious form of labour carried out online is shaping the future of work and what it says about the state of global capitalism.
Labour is wrong to abandon its commitment to public ownership of energy – especially at the height of a crisis.
The second day of Labour Conference saw the passing of a radical Green New Deal motion, Starmer coming out against nationalisation and a big win for the leadership − but at what cost?
Controversial proposed rule changes for electing new leaders and attempts to block Labour for a Green New Deal have made for a fraught start to Labour’s annual Conference.
Why is the Labour leadership alienating Green New Deal campaigners as the planet burns?
Young Labour activists are speaking out about the leadership’s continued silencing of the party’s youth wing ahead of the annual conference.
While the Tories claim that their authoritarian Bill will create a fairer system, in reality, it’ll only serve to harm the most vulnerable.
Why has there been a failure among some leftist groups to look inwards at the cultures they may be perpetrating?
The development at Nine Elms sheds light on a history of Conservative politicians prioritising the private gain of developers before public good, writes Labour Councillor Aydin Dikerdem.
This weekend Londoners took to the streets in historic numbers to make clear that a ceasefire will do nothing to end Israel’s brutal occupation and that the fight must go on until Palestine is free.
After a weekend of losses for Labour, Keir Starmer attempted to place the blame on others in his party. He has once again proven himself to be unfit for his position, writes Politics Editor, Ben Smoke.
Ahead of more protests this weekend opposing the Government’s draconian policing bill, Jeremy Corbyn outlines why we must keep the pressure on and protect our right to speak out.