Historic emergencies have produced great transformations in the international arena – towards nationalism and conflict or peace and multilateralism. Now is the time to decide what the legacy of coronavirus will be.
The coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated that the market is no longer fit for purpose. It's time for an economic model based on the public good, not private profit. We need economic planning.
Across Britain, the coronavirus crisis is producing a wave of solidarity and community spirit which can be the foundation of a better society – if the Left gets organised.
The coronavirus crisis has revealed the fragility of a system built on decades of financialisation and globalisation – but the task for the Left is to offer a real alternative, argues Costas Lapavitsas.
Years of outsourcing have left the NHS reliant on essential workers who are underpaid, insecure and often subject to bullying by private companies. It's time to bring them all back in-house.
If key workers are expected to keep our economy going during the coronavirus crisis, the least they deserve is proper protection – now is the time for the government to act.
After a decade of underfunding and privatisation, the NHS is facing the coronavirus crisis with one arm tied behind its back – here's four ways Boris Johnson could help frontline workers today that would save lives.
Away from the frontline, coronavirus is putting pressure on essential services across Britain's NHS – and exposing the costs of understaffing and underfunding on every stage of healthcare from cradle to grave.
Scottish deputy leader candidate Matt Kerr argues that now is the time to introduce a Universal Basic Income – to provide a floor in society beneath which no-one is permitted to fall.
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed longstanding divisions in the European Union, with the issue of eurobonds dividing the north and south – and solidarity in short supply.
Coronavirus has exposed the fragility of global capitalism and left governments facing a choice – the survival of the market or the survival of humanity.
The coronavirus crisis has left many parents trying to balance a full-time job with childcare – and in the process shone a light on the ways unpaid work in the home props up our entire economy.