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WHY DEMOCRACY REMAINS A KEY ISSUE FOR LABOUR

Life on the left

Stan Newens recounts a life on the left while championing the case of the Palestinians in conversation with Mike Davis.

US progressive change window closing

Paul Garver assesses the Biden administration eight months on

Enact Labour policy on Palestine

As the new Israeli regime threatens thousands with illegal eviction, Louise Regan says it’s time for action

Labour tilting at windmills

Eighteen months into Keir Starmer's leadership, the Labour Party is struggling to find a direction.

Jewish Voice stifled?

Dave Lister calls for a halt to the purge of Jews from Labour

Government delay spells unnecessary deaths

As Scotland plans to open a judge-led inquiry by the end of the year, Jo Goodman challenges the Westminster Government’s deadly delay in holding a full public inquiry into the Covid-19 crisis

Covid lays bare lies of austerity

Tory hostile environment has deepened health inequalities during pandemic, says Farah El-Sharnouby

Tory Bill puts profits before health

Already struggling under the unprecedented impact of the pandemic, the NHS is now mortally threatened by the Health and Care Bill 2021, explains Stephanie Clark

Supply chain chaos? Blame the immigrants!

Is the suppression of migration the price that has to be paid for the transition to a high wage economy? Don Flynn argues it rather sets the scene for a long period of economic depression that will impact on all workers

Unlocking Labour

Stuart Hill on the unfinished business of Charter 88

Mo and Robin changing the political culture

Mary Southcott on how Robin Cook's and Mo Mowlam's personal qualities informed their support for electoral reform

The non-conformist

Patrick Mulcahy on the life of a queer trailblazer

Big picture politics

Andy Burnham argues that levelling up demands radical democratic reform