Chris Killip, who passed away last month, captured the Northern communities at the forefront of resistance to Thatcherism – and gave their struggles a human face.
Britain has not ‘maxed out’ its credit card, but it does have a government that wants working people to pay the cost of the pandemic crisis – that’s what the new austerity measures are really about.
Friedrich Engels was born 200 years ago today. His writings continue to inform the struggles and inspire the hopes that define our own crisis-ridden age.
As the first MP to wear a hijab, Apsana Begum’s early political career has been blighted by anti-Muslim bigotry. Here she discusses her experiences – and why the battle against Islamophobia is so urgent.
At a time when Keir Starmer could have united the Labour Party around a bold socialist response to the pandemic crisis, he is instead waging a factional campaign – with disastrous results.
In this week’s A World to Win, Grace Blakeley is joined by former Podemos MP Pablo Bustinduy to discuss the party’s roots, its path into government – and the future of the movement-party.
Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.
The government’s latest PPE scandal shows what outsourcing is really about – far from increasing efficiency, it is a machine for corruption which turns public services into cash cows for the well-connected.
Between the Covid-19 pandemic, a deep recession and a worsening climate crisis, there are plenty of clouds on the horizon – but the Green New Deal offers a future worth fighting for.
Last night local parties across Britain – from Edinburgh to Newcastle, Bolton, Bristol and Liverpool – passed motions opposing Keir Starmer’s decision to deny Jeremy Corbyn the Labour whip in the broadest rebellion against his leadership to date.
A recently republished book edited by E. P. Thompson chronicles the story of British socialist volunteers who travelled to post-war Yugoslavia to assist in the construction of a railroad from Šamac to Sarajevo.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
The Covid-19 pandemic has shown how crucial workers are to the economy, but also how weak their protections are at work – only one policy can level the playing field: sectoral collective bargaining.
Ten years ago today, students occupied the headquarters of the Conservative Party at Millbank Tower. It was a seminal moment in the resistance to austerity – and in shaping a generation of radicals.
Nigel Farage’s new anti-lockdown party aims to capitalise on the economic hardship facing millions due to the government’s Covid-19 failures. The Left must speak to these concerns – or risk him gaining ground.
The 1970s saw seismic changes in Britain’s cities, as new ideas about class, crime and public space reshaped the built environment – and bred both resignation and resistance in its council estates.