News & Analysis

Growing threat from far right upsurge

The ‘No Pasaran!’ conference in London on 2 March has been called in response to the growing wave of far-right breakthroughs internationally. Phil Hearse investigates.

21st February 2019 // 0 Comments

The climate is changing – why aren’t we?

I have had one of the most positive political experiences of my life, supporting young people organizing against climate change. Their energy, their political sophistication and their sense of humour is infectious.

20th February 2019 // 0 Comments

Hugo Blanco: From Trotskyism to Indigenous Vitality

As Hugo Blanco is due to speak at a series of meetings across Britain, we reprint a review in which Andrew Ryder discusses We the Indians: The Indigenous Peoples of Peru and the Struggle for Land.

19th February 2019 // 0 Comments

Labour are also running down the clock

The consequences of a Tory Government driving the country over the cliff could
be catastrophic for the future of the government party. Labour faces dangerous
times as well. Any idea that a Tory crisis on this scale could open up a big opportunity for Labour is excluded.

17th February 2019 // 3 Comments

WitchHunt – how antisemitism is weaponised

A review of the new film WitchHunt (Jon Pullman, 2019, 62 mins) by Dave Kellaway The Rio cinema in Hackney was nearly completely full for the premiere of the new film [...]

17th February 2019 // 3 Comments

Climate, class and revolting children

Radical action on climate change should be the many versus the few, not the young versus the old, writes Chris Saltmarsh.

14th February 2019 // 0 Comments

Photography as indictment

Don McCullin is probably the most famous living British photographer and his career spanning retrospective in Tate Britain which runs till May 6th looks set to be one of the most popular exhibitions of the year. Andy Stowe joined the queue and reckons it’s worth the wait.

10th February 2019 // 0 Comments

The British Road to Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn’s papacy of Labour’s broad church has been successful in keeping together all the party’s doctrinal strands and potentially schismatic sects writes Andy Stowe.

8th February 2019 // 3 Comments

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