Features

Spain’s socialists in the vanguard of change

Juan Fernando López Aguilar on the achievements of Spanish socialists before, during and since the Franco regime

Johnson’s ’tilt’ to China getting nowhere

Jenny Clegg offers a pragmatic perspective on how the UK can respond to China's rise

A politics of hope?

Tom Miller says Open Labour conference opens new directions

NHS white paper opens door to profit-seekers

Jan Savage explains that Integrated Care Systems mean systematic privatisation of the NHS

Brexit damage compounded by Johnson incompetence

The UK economy faces a triple threat – two of which are of the Government’s making, says Paul Teasdale

Labour lacks ambition and radicalism on the economy

Look to Biden's fiscal stimulus and more, says Dennis Leech, who finds Labour’s alternative lacking

A path for recovery, but for whom?

Ebyan Abdirahman finds Sunak’s March budget leaves women, Black and ethnic minorities and the poor adrift

No to Hassockfield – no one is illegal

Julie Ward on the scandal of a new Immigration Removal Centre

Tory handouts to royalty, rich elites, tax exiles. . .

Prem Sikka on the corporate winners in the pandemic

Tories’ death knell for millions

Andy Gregg says Government overseas aid cuts are harmful, unprincipled, unjustified and weaken Britain's influence

View from the European left

Josef Weidenholzer says the UK departure from the EU should not be the start of blame games

New times, old delusions

Dave Lister on simplistic internationalism