Travelling across the UK in 1960, the photographer captured a country driven by difference, struggling with post-war trauma and economic hardship.
The Labour leadership candidate markets herself as a bold and refreshing outsider, when in fact she embodies the status quo.
Now the dust has settled on last month’s election result, writer Emily Reynolds talks to activists from the ’80s to find out the lessons we can learn.
In 2009, Adam Murray and Robert Parkinson started Preston Is My Paris – a zine dedicated to invigorating the city’s artistic landscape.
As the Labour leadership contest enters its next stage, writer Aaron Bastani delves deep into the current front runner.
Writer Flora Hastings uncovers her grandfather’s revolutionary past as co-founder of The 43 Group.
The newly-elected Labour MP has been accused of homophobia and inciting anti-fascist violence. Here, she discusses her tumultuous first month in Parliament.
The PLP’s apparent decision to throw their weight behind another London-based male candidate feels dispiriting, if not surprising.
Photographer Janette Beckman shares her portraits of the UK’s most famous subcultures – two groups who were, for a moment in time, each other’s natural enemies.
The competition to replace Jeremy Corbyn is already in full swing. Here, we catch up with Clive Lewis MP to talk through scandal, loss, and his plans for the future.
Although hailed as the city’s ‘indie’ heartland, the area has become a tourist magnet and Airbnb hotspot. Is there still time to save it?
Treating the working class as homogenous, white, and uniquely motivated by very specific political ideologies is damaging.