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In the wake of Grenfell

The Government has abandoned leaseholders as well as victims of the Grenfell fire, says Dermot McKibbin

Celebrating 50 years of the modern Women’s Liberation Movement

Fifty years ago in February 1970, over 500 women met at a conference in Oxford. Sheila Rowbotham was part of the small group of women who helped to make it happen.

After Coronavirus

Markets are indifferent to who lives or dies. In the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis it must not be the working class and pensioners that bear the burden, writes Prem Sikka

Time for a universal basic income

Alex Sobel says the coronavirus crisis reveals our broken social system needs a radical solution

Will Starmer get lucky?

Peter Kenyon reviews the new Leader of the Labour Party’s prospects following defeat in the 2019 General Election, the coronavirus pandemic and climate change

The unavoidable first battle of Trump Toryism

Trevor Fisher warns the Johnson threat to our constitution is the battle of 2020

Power to the people?

Duncan Bowie asks what power and what people in a discussion of devolution, spatial equity and socialism

Patients Not Passports: The fight for the future of our NHS

As the coronavirus dominates the health headlines, James Skinner and Aedín O’Cuill explain how the hostile environment has infected the NHS

The dividend curse

Prem Sikka explains how income inequalities have widened during the shareholder bonanza of the last ten years

A world economy working for all

Jake Woodier says a Green New Deal is the path to tackling both the climate and economic crises

For a democratic revolution

Clive Lewis did not make the cut for the leadership election but he set out a bold plan for people to take real control and transform society and the party