Inflation is the highest it’s been in 30 years, while pay is below 2008 levels. There’s only one way to avoid becoming worse off: joining a union and standing up for yourself.
Partygate should be the end for Boris, but none of his replacements will bring about the change we need – a change from Tory policy itself.
The scale of the Partygate scandal makes clear that it could never have been a secret – it’s just the latest piece of information the public discovers when it suits the powerful.
On top of relentless overwork, surveillance, slashed funding and inadequate Covid support, teachers in England have lost 17% of their real-terms pay since 2010 – while MPs’ salaries have risen by £19,000. It’s time to fight back.
The BBC’s news output has earned it many critics on the Left, but the solution isn’t privatisation – it’s a campaign to build a genuine public broadcaster.
This week, Grace talks to author Emma Dowling about the crisis of care facing the world economy, the challenges of organising, and what it would take to genuinely democratise care work.
Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.
As the Tory government and royal family sink into a pit of sleaze, it’s never been clearer that Britain’s ruling class doesn’t represent the people – it’s time for a political revolution.
After 18 months of protests, occupations and blockades, Elbit Systems has shut its weapons factory in Oldham for good. A Palestine Action activist explains what it took to reach this point – and what comes next.
The problem with Labour’s support for using the private sector to bring down NHS waiting lists is that for private providers, profit will always come ahead of helping patients.
Stagnant wages, rising prices and out of control energy bills are seeing millions struggle to afford the bare necessities in one of the richest countries on Earth.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
Universities across Britain are opening their doors to companies who profit from the climate crisis – it’s time to take a stand and kick fossil fuel and mining corporations out of our education institutions.
Boris Johnson has always been a liar and a hypocrite, but he was a useful one for Britain’s ruling class – the latest revelations are a sign that this is no longer the case.
On 11 January 2002, the first detainees arrived at the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay. 39 people are still being held there.
In its early years, Tribune offered a rare platform for those making the case for Indian independence in the British press – and featured a regular column from anti-colonial leader Jawaharlal Nehru.