Axe the whole housing Act

November 30, 2016 admin1 0
Glynn Robbins reports on the partial victory just won by the movement to defend public housing: The partial U-turn on ‘Pay to Stay’ is very […]

A tale of two parties?

November 23, 2016 admin1 0
Veronica Fagan reports: Being in Liverpool during Labour Party conference was an extraordinary experience which I will struggle to adequately convey. In terms of what […]

How can we rescue our NHS?

November 15, 2016 admin1 0
In the last few days  Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) have made it into the headlines after a statement from the Kings Fund  pointing that […]

Anti-Zionism is not a crime

October 23, 2016 admin 1
While most  attention has been, quite rightly, focused on opposing the smears and witch-hunts against Jackie Walker and other targets for supposed antisemitism, Israel’s supporters […]