By Tony Barnsley, Sandwell Unison The growth of zero-hour contracts means that there is a growing proportion of workers in … More
Category: Issue #14
Dudley YL Report
By Carolanne Lello and Jack Downes, both of Stourbridge CLP. Dudley Young Labour launched on 6 March at the Dudley … More
The difficult history of the Labour left
Clarion editor Simon Hannah recently published A Party with Socialists In It: A History of the Labour Left (Pluto Press). … More
Oxford Labour is divided on homelessness
By Atticus Stonestrom, Oxford East CLP Austerity has cast an ugly shadow over Britain’s housing landscape. Today, as many as … More
Women’s Lives Matter!
By Jennifer Jones, Sheffield Heeley CLP activist and Sheffield Momentum co-chair (pc) Women’s Lives Matter is a non-party group of … More
Is Preston a model for Labour councils?
By Rosie Woods, Harrow Momentum chair The Preston Model, the product of collaboration between The Centre for Local Economic Strategies … More
UCU strike shakes up student politics… next stop Labour!
By Monty Shield, NCAFC candidate for NUS National Executive Occupations summit Around 40 activists from 13 campuses who had been … More
Take the Corbyn surge into NUS!
By Ana Oppenheim, left candidate for NUS Vice President Higher Education This term has seen the biggest surge in student … More
“Help people get educated and confident” – interview with Pamela Fitzpatrick
Pamela Fitzpatrick, recently selected as Labour’s PPC for the marginal Harrow East seat, spoke to The Clarion. I grew up … More