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Labour’s British Railways mark 2 is a dead duck

Back to the 1950s is no way to run a modern railway system, says Paul Salveson

Starmer over-reacts on Long-Bailey

Don Flynn says Sir Keir Starmer has turned his back on a movement against excessive police force

Sterility of the middle ground

Don Flynn finds Labour’s election review sidesteps the important issues

Make Labour politics your politics

Mary Southcott says read and respond to Labour’s new policy review. She highlights the area of local and regional government as a critical area for 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

From left policy to left strategy

Tom Miller asks: can the Labour left fix its mistakes and find a coherent direction?

For a democratic revolution

Clive Lewis did not make the cut for the leadership election but he set out a bold plan for people to take real control and transform society and the party

Beyond the fragments

As has happened before, the working class has fallen into a state of division and fragmentation. Don Flynn argues a socialist narrative centring on the crisis-ridden nature of capitalism will be needed to rebuild working class identity

Can’t pay won’t pay, 30 years on

Simon Hannah on lessons of the battle to defeat the Poll Tax

The challenges of leadership

Successful candidates for Labour leader and deputy have huge tasks to overcome. Rebuilding electoral support and overcoming party divisions are two central challenges among others set out by Duncan Bowie as a guide to selection.

Keep the European flag flying

Julie Ward on taking internationalism to the streets