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On yer bike!

Puru Miah looks at low traffic neighbourhoods, questions bike-induced road closures and sees a new "tale of two cities" in London

Britain’s unfinished democratic revolution

Chartist’s 2020 AGM, held in early December, was subtitled ‘For a new democracy, for a new economy’. Mike Davis spoke on the democratic part of "democratic socialism". This is a slightly reworked version of his talk

Coronavirus vs Brexit

The Government is using the pandemic as a smokescreen to obscure the damaging economic consequences of leaving the single market. Paul Teasdale asks why is Labour letting them?

Labour’s response to the so-called ‘deal’ – what’s the fuss about?

Peter Kenyon wonders why Keir Starmer is picking another fight with his party

Erasmus+: a minus for the next generation

Julie Ward on a kick in the teeth for young people and why Labour shouldn’t support Johnson’s bad deal

Clean the air

While guilt lies with Boris Johnson, Tim Root says London’s Mayor can prevent further pollution deaths like that of Ella Kissi-Debrah

Grenfell: dangers and economic pain endure for millions

Dermot Mckibbin reports on government foot-dragging on fire safety

Confronting prejudice in the Labour Party

A Labour report should spur action against Islamophobia, says Puru Miah

Focus on actions not personalities

Misplaced responses from old and new leaders hamper Party efforts to tackle antisemitism, says Mike Davis

Trump defeated – but Trumpism rages on

While Trump plots, Democrat Joe Biden looks set to take over in the White House. How did the Democrats win the poll and how influential will the socialist left be? Paul Garver on the takeaways from the US elections

Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the spirit

Trevor Fisher says beware dreamers and false hopes for the future