This weekend's Tolpuddle Martyrs' Festival remembers workers deported from their country almost two centuries ago for the crime of organising a union.
The South Wales Valleys – however heroic their past, and however stricken they were by Thatcherism – can only survive by looking towards the future.
With only a matter of days until Britain has a new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson appears to be boxing himself into a strategy of no deal or bust.
Jersey City is a microcosm of postindustrial America – where poverty and property development go hand-in-hand. Neglected for decades, places like this could decide the 2020 election.
Ending short sentences and investing in problem-solving courts, effective probation and Women’s Centres is the key to safer communities.
Eric Hobsbawm chronicled how socialist breakthroughs in the Global South had deep impacts on the thinking of Marxists in the West.
The former mining communities of Wales have been deliberately devastated for a generation - but their proud history of socialism and solidarity has not been so easily wiped away.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell makes the case for a left-wing alternative to neoliberal globalisation and reactionary nationalism.
SYRIZA, once the great hope of the left, was defeated last weekend after four years imposing austerity on those it promised to fight for.
The upcoming reselection process is a historic test for the Labour left: can it secure a parliamentary party willing to support a transformative socialist government?
George Comninel's new study of Karl Marx is a reminder of what made his writings so revolutionary – and of the still unresolved battles they sparked off.
We speak to Johny Pitts – author of the book Afropean – about cities, race, class, colonialism, the 1990s, and going from CD:UK to socialism.