With humour, warmth and delicate beauty, Shane MacGowan’s lyricism profoundly shaped the culture of England’s Irish diaspora — and was never afraid to denounce injustice, no matter how unpopular this made him with the powerful.
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Hakim Adi, Britain’s first black History professor, has been made redundant and his groundbreaking course on the history of Africa has been axed. This is nothing short of an attack on black academia.
Henry Kissinger’s time on earth was spent organising the slaughter of millions of people on behalf of the rich and powerful, whose respect for him transcended party loyalties. May he rot in hell.
Rachel Reeves has declared she will make Labour the party of economic stability. But after a decade of rising inequality and falling living standards, what we need is transformation, not more of the same.
For Palestinians, the olive harvest is both an economic lifeline and a symbol of resistance. That is why Israel has taken advantage of the attention on Gaza to kill and terrorise farmers across the West Bank.
Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.
In growing numbers, workers are organising to demand a four-day week with no loss of pay in their workplace. They’re winning — and here’s how you can too.
EXCLUSIVE: Astonishing Unite the Union research can reveal that accident rates in un-unionised HS2 construction firms are more than three times the number than at unionised Hinkley Point C, despite having four times the combined workforce.
Israel is murdering journalists at an unprecedented rate in an attempt to hide its massacre in Gaza — the Palestinians risking their lives to expose these crimes need our support.
Well-funded public transport is an obvious solution to climate change, the cost-of-living crisis, and crumbling infrastructure. The establishment is determined to make it a cash cow instead.
Universities are threatening to deduct up to 100% of staff’s wages even on days when there is no industrial action – a shameless attempt to punish workers for defending their rights.
Today, workers in over 30 countries are taking industrial action against Amazon. Jeff Bezos’ exploitative practices are global — but so is the struggle against them.
A ‘humanitarian pause’ in Gaza will mean little for Palestinians fighting dehydration and disease — what is needed is an end to the Israeli siege.
American billionaires are suing the Honduran government for blocking the creation of a libertarian city-state in the country. If they win, it will be a devastating victory for corporate colonialism over democracy.
Since the Israeli assault on Gaza, a climate of fear has punctured British cultural institutions and seen attempts to silence Palestinian writers when their voices need amplifying the most.