Last night’s coup attempt in Brazil is not just about Lula, writes Jeremy Corbyn. It’s about the right of the Brazilian people to live in a free, peaceful, democratic society, and a right not to live in fear of returning to a violent, bloody dictatorship.
Jeremy Corbyn is the Labour Party member of parliament for Islington North.
In the UK, prices for basic goods are soaring while corporations rake in ever-bigger profits. The solution, Jeremy Corbyn argues, is to bring basic resources like energy, water, railways, and the postal service into democratic public ownership.
Dementia is the leading cause of death in the UK, and the country’s care sector is in crisis after years of austerity and privatization. That’s why former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says that the UK needs a National Care Service.
Lula’s historic victory in Brazil couldn’t have happened without millions of people fighting for it. Now a left-led government will have the chance to transform their lives and generations to come.
In an interview with Jacobin, Jeremy Corbyn talks about the need to rebuild the trade unions, internationalism, and why socialists can’t afford to be on the defensive.
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In a speech to the Progressive International, former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says now is not a time for retreat. We must build a powerful alternative to capitalist destruction.
The former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn explains why we should support antiwar activists in Russia against Vladimir Putin — and use our pressure to force a peaceful resolution in Ukraine.
COP26 looks set to be another case of governments talking big on the climate yet doing nothing to stop the big polluters. As Jeremy Corbyn writes, ordinary people can only save our future by taking power back into our own hands.
In 2019, a right-wing coup deposed Bolivia’s elected government. But the people fought back — and now the socialist government they elected in its place is more popular than ever.
In a column for Jacobin, Jeremy Corbyn writes that we need class politics to transform our economies and save humanity from climate apocalypse. There’s no other way.
Former UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke to Jacobin about the fight for a Palestine free from occupation and why the Biden administration needs to end its military support for Israel.
Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn remembers the lifelong struggle for socialism of his late comrade Stan Newens. Newens was a pillar of the Left — and proof that spending years in Parliament doesn’t have to strip left politicians of their radicalism.
Today, Jeremy Corbyn addressed the launch conference of his new Peace and Justice Project. Describing how the post-crash period has exposed the bankruptcy of unaccountable elites, he argued that movements from below have the power to transform the political agenda.
Today, Jeremy Corbyn is launching a global Project for Peace and Justice to take forward the causes he championed as Labour leader. He told Jacobin about his hopes for the initiative — and why he refuses to be cowed by the attacks he has endured.
The UK government has announced a surge in military spending, even as it plans a new round of austerity. As Jeremy Corbyn writes, there’s always enough money for war — but never enough for lifesaving services.
Britain’s Tory government is passing legislation to shield undercover agents from prosecution even for violent crimes. Jeremy Corbyn explains why Labour should be standing up against this attack on civil liberties — and not just abstaining.
In 1969, the young socialist activist Jeremy Corbyn visited Chile to watch the progress of Salvador Allende’s Popular Unity coalition, before its election victory the following year. Fifty years later, Corbyn spoke to Jacobin about what Chile meant to the international left.
Denis Goldberg was a hero of the fight against South Africa’s apartheid regime, jailed for 22 years for his activism alongside Nelson Mandela. Following Goldberg’s tragic death last month, Jeremy Corbyn, writing in Tribune, pays tribute to a comrade and friend.
Jeremy Corbyn argues that by empowering media workers, putting the public in control, and taking on unaccountable billionaires, the British press can be vibrant, democratic, and sustainable.