Spain’s socialists in the vanguard of change

Juan Fernando López Aguilar on the achievements of Spanish socialists before, during and since the Franco regime

Johnson’s ’tilt’ to China getting nowhere

Jenny Clegg offers a pragmatic perspective on how the UK can respond to China's rise

Left populism: learning from the past, preparing for the future

Marina Prentoulis outlines key arguments and lessons for socialist strategy to be drawn from Spain, Greece and the Corbyn experience

Can Starmer’s Labour meet the post-pandemic challenge?

As the UK emerges from a year of Covid-induced lockdowns and restrictions, Labour’s 'softly, softly' style of opposition will be put to the test.

Making Labour policy

Karen Constantine on how Labour members can influence policy

A politics of hope?

Tom Miller says Open Labour conference opens new directions

NHS white paper opens door to profit-seekers

Jan Savage explains that Integrated Care Systems mean systematic privatisation of the NHS

No to Hassockfield – no one is illegal

Julie Ward on the scandal of a new Immigration Removal Centre

Brexit damage compounded by Johnson incompetence

The UK economy faces a triple threat – two of which are of the Government’s making, says Paul Teasdale

Disunited nations

Steven Walker says the latest conflict between Palestinians and the Israeli state highlights the impotence of a failed global organisation

A young person’s priority

Ewan Wadd on why we need a representative parliament

Selective amnesia

Gardner Thompson on imperialism

Why Black children fail

Dave Lister reflects on Small Axe's episode on education

Campaign for proportional representation goes into summer with a roadshow of online events

Labour for a New Democracy is on the road as part of its campaign to get the case for proportional representation adopted at Labour conference.