Home Features Page 28

Features

Kenyon on the Rainbow coalition that’s coming

Peter Kenyon spins the wheel of political fortune in the event of a hung Parliament in May Hope for the best and prepare for the...

Corporate tax avoidance fathers austerity

In the wake of the tax scams in Luxembourg Prem Sikka explains how manufactured tax avoidance schemes are eroding social democracy

Claude Moraes MEP on defending free movement

Claude Moraes MEP argues the Left must take on the EU free movement critics   In the last issue of Chartist Pete Rowlands argued persuasively why the...

Podemos and Socialists arise: In Chartist #272

In CHARTIST 272 Manuel Cortes and Mike Davis cast an interested eye over Podemos & examine the prospects for a revived left in Spain Not...

Greek anti-austerity parties: Prentoulis in Chartist 272

As Greek politics again is shrouded in crisis, Marina Prentoulis' piece in the new issue of CHARTIST is a timely reminder of what real...

Migrants as contributors and partners

Yes, migrants are net contributors, but they are also our partners in challenging inequality and injustice, says Don Flynn, from the Migrants Rights Network   Last...

Scotland, Europe and Cameron’s follies

Paul Teasdale says that most people in Scotland hope that Cameron does not deliver on his pledges   The referendum in Scotland has ended in a...

Uniting Muslims

Tehmina Kazi writes on the complications found in efforts to unite Muslims

Archive Oldie: Frank Lee classic on Keynes (2001)

Frank Lee examines the strange death of the bourgeois intellectual   "The class war will find me on the side of the educated bourgeoisie." John Maynard...

Gerry Hassan on Scotland’s divisions in Chartist #271

We are One Scotland Gerry Hassan surveys the troubled politics of post-referendum Scotland as it becomes very clear that the dust has far from settled,...

Follow the leader: Labour’s Balls-shaped shackles

Peter Kenyon on a persistent Ed Balls problem that has straddled Labour and its leader, Ed Miliband.