By Edd Mustill The Labour Party’s mooted abstention on the Tories’ Immigration Bill tonight would have been a catastrophic political … More
Woah. What on earth do we do now?
After an election result which surpassed most expectations, what should Labour activists do now? E M Johns offers some suggestions.
Protests against the media will not help the left
E M Johns argues that we should get over the fact that the media doesn’t like us, and concentrate on creating our own alternatives.
“Trump has made America protest again”
Daniel W. Round interviews US activist Udai Basavaraj on Trump, protest, and the Democrats
Strikes should be celebrated, not apologised for
Why do we always talk about strikes as something we’re forced into, rather than a fundament right we’re exercising?
Momentum should approach unions as industrial organisations, not political clubs
Simon Hannah argues that Momentum’s intervention into the Unite GS election raises questions for its supporters.
Policy and purpose are missing from the OMOV debate
Edd Mustill responds to James McAsh’s recent article on Novara regarding Momentum’s structures debate.
Labour, immigration, and the “white working class”
Simon Hannah responds to recent comments by some Labour MPs regarding immigration and border controls. Immigration is not a crime … More
No going back to anti-immigration politics
Add your name to this statement urging the party to stand up for migrants’ rights and end anti-immigrant rhetoric.