Labour must avoid being dragged to the center in the UK general election campaign. It’s time to make the case for socialist policies that would transform the lives of millions.
Ronan Burtenshaw is the editor of Tribune.
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Attacks on character and legal issues didn’t stop Berlusconi and Trump, and they won’t stop Boris Johnson. Sticking to Corbyn’s strong democratic socialist message is the way to beat him.
It’s a reminder that the state is not neutral, and the ruling class has more than capital strikes at its disposal.
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Britain’s leading liberal newspaper has set out on a mission to define and defeat “populism.” It has not gone well.
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Luke Kelly was Ireland’s best-known folk singer — he was also a lifelong socialist.
The story of the British National Health Service, one of the twentieth century’s great working-class achievements.
One of Europe’s most notorious anti-union companies has been forced to recognize a union — and its workers aren’t done yet.
Li Andersson, the leader of Finland’s Left Alliance, on the country’s diminishing welfare state, rising populist right, and possible socialist future.
Anti-communist campaigns in Eastern Europe aren’t about building a more democratic society — they’re about rehabilitating the far right.
Katrín Jakobsdóttir, the leader of Iceland’s Left-Greens, discusses this weekend’s election and what will happen if they win.
Amid a general strike in Catalonia, we speak to Lluc Salellas of anticapitalist party CUP about the next steps for the independence movement.
Die Linke MEP Fabio De Masi on why Germany’s fragmented electorate will return Angela Merkel to office this Sunday.
Labour’s manifesto offers a vision to radically improve the lives of millions.
A wave of endorsements have brought Britain’s most vibrant music scene together with its most left-wing political leader.
This St. Patrick’s Day we remember the 1867 Fenian uprising — and its radical vision of an Irish Republic.