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.
Because if there’s one thing your nan loves more than the Daily Mail, it’s you.
In the first of our new series exploring the 10-year legacy of Tory cuts, writer Micha Frazer-Carroll examines their effects on people of colour.
They’re panicked, angry and desperate for relevancy. If they don’t get that, they will settle for revenge.
As the left gears up for the fight of its life, Momentum organiser Anastasia Palikeras shares her tips on the art of doorknocking.
The Shadow Treasury Secretary discusses greenwashing, bullshit, and his hopes for a radical future with school strikers Noga Levy-Rapoport and Al Shadjerah.
Labour is right about abolishing private schools. Upholding tiered education because it benefits your child is not wanting the ‘best’ for them – it is wanting worse for others.
Earlier this month, the annual arts and politics festival returned for its biggest – and most radically transformative – year yet.
The vote for a third runway at Heathrow puts both the planet and the progressive left at risk, writes Ellie Mae O'Hagan. You can't build socialism on a dead planet.
By explicitly stating that trans women should be included on Labour all women shortlists, this progressive movement is ensuring that trans people are treated with respect and dignity. This, writes Dawn Foster, is worth celebrating.
Jeremy Corbyn, Labour leader, will tomorrow announce plans to make bus travel free for young people in Britain.
Simon Franks' new political party is destined to fail, writes Matt Zarb-Cousin. It's a vanity project of the super rich with no policy or movement.