Books

Oxford and party leaders

Duncan Bowie on two excruciating books

Red and green politics together

Recently retired Unite general secretary Len McCluskey looks back on his decades of union activism

The robots are not coming

Jon Cruddas defends the arguments in his recent book looking at the future of socialism and work

Who are the bricks in the Red Wall?

Bryn Jones reviews recent surveys of why Labour lost many traditional seats in 2019

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

Selective amnesia

Gardner Thompson on imperialism

Finding my feminism?

Mary Southcott explores her feminism through the writings of two younger women

A socialist recovery from Covid-stricken capitalism?

Bryn Jones considers partial prescriptions for human survival

Starmer & Negotiating the Rapids

Andrew Coates looks back on the innovative thinking of a left current involving Keir Starmer

Reflecting on the Corbyn years

Duncan Bowie looks at differing assessments of what went wrong for Labour

Apartheid – from fact to thriller

‘London Recruit’ Bob Newland reviews 50 years of Peter Hain's anti-Apartheid activism