Covid-19 charge sheet against Tories

Covid-19 is a pandemic unprecedented in over 100 years. Besides the devastating human cost in lives, the cost in livelihoods has also been incalculable.

Schools out for summer?

Dave Lister calls out a rushed and ill-prepared Cabinet decision to reopen primary schools

Right to Stay

Alena Ivanova says we must give full rights to the many EU citizens we rely on as frontline workers

Football’s political game of thrones

Public safety is taking a back seat as the rich clubs and government ministers thrash out a plan to get the Premier League show back on the road.

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

Immigration Bill rejects key workers we clap weekly

Don Flynn welcomes Labour’s decision to oppose the Bill, but says a serious campaign is needed to get the public onside for the alternative

Chartist at 50

50 years of Chartist

Chartist has been in production for 50 years. Patricia d'Ardenne spoke to the editor, Mike Davis, to get a view of the magazine’s history and current outlook.

Still time to save our countryside?

Mark Cocker, campaigner and award-winning author, talked to Keith Savage about what we can do to reconnect with our environment.

What’s all this ‘red wall’ stuff?

Paul Salveson examines the myth of the Northern Labour Heartlands

Offshore wind – the force is with you

Dave Toke on the power source that could blow all other power sources away just on its own

Johnson gets tougher on child refugees

Alice Arkwright says the new ‘compliant environment’ treats asylum seekers with abuse and rejection