Debate

Disunited nations

Steven Walker says the latest conflict between Palestinians and the Israeli state highlights the impotence of a failed global organisation

Netanyahu provokes new round of warfare

Omri Preiss says this time the war was not what it seemed

Promoting debate on left policy

Bob Newland and Dave Lister debate left-wing policy on interventionism

Black children still underachieving

Bernard Coard argues that racism and discrimination still run deep in the British education system

Labour’s left and the problem of Starmer

Peter Rowlands says Starmer must row back from Corbyn’s suspension and open serious dialogue with the left about the party’s direction if Labour is to succeed

It’s a funny old game

Don Flynn reflects on a remarkable victory against the forces of international capitalism

Who will be #Mayor4CleanAir and tackle climate breakdown?

Tim Root poses the pollution question for London and other major cities approaching mayoral elections

Ups and mainly downs of Labour in recent elections

As Labour digests last week's local and by-election results, Paul Salveson looks at what the party can learn from the relative success of its Welsh counterpart, while Hugh Gault considers the decline of Labourism.

Government gaslighting

Andy Gregg says race report takes blaming the victim to a new level

Tories seek to close doors on asylum seekers

Don Flynn says Priti Patel’s ‘firm but fair’ mantra aims to deprive refugees of more of their rights

A withered fruit

Helen Hayes warns of the damaging consequences of the Tory hard Brexit deal

PCSC bill passes second reading in the midst of a police fiasco

When the power to determine what is in the public interest is claimed as the exclusive right of police forces, we need to be really worried, says Don Flynn