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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

Apartheid – from fact to thriller

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

Stuart Hall – a theorist for Black Lives Matter

As anti-racist struggles mount world wide, Don Flynn considers the legacy of a pioneer

Wanted: a profound shift in how we run, fund and judge

While parents fund-raise for resources and headteachers take to the streets in protest at government cuts, Dave Lister finds Melissa Benn outlines a strong...

Nikolai Bukharin – Forgotten Revolutionary

Nigel Doggett finds political lessons from a victim of Stalin’s purges

Labour’s lessons on Zero Hour Contracts: Review of IER Booklet

From political rhetoric to meat on the bone: Zero Hour Contracts and their context   REVIEW: Re-regulating Zero Contracts By Zoe Adams and Simon Deakin Institute for...