Robert Maisey / October 2, 2017
Most of us saw the EU as the most expedient route to a more prosperous, peaceful world. Now, there's a chance to fight for a socialist future
Steve Bloomfield / September 28, 2017
The danger with accusing your opponents of “rank hypocrisy” is that, if you’re not careful, you run the risk of being accused of exactly the same charge yourself
Stephanie Boland / September 27, 2017
Corbyn billed his party as a government-in-waiting in a confident address. But will it be enough to assuage his critics—and win over voters?
Stephanie Boland / September 26, 2017
At a meeting of the CLPD at party conference, Labour’s left is organised—and deservedly optimistic
Richard Seymour / September 25, 2017
Ignore the rumours: Jeremy Corbyn's supporters aren't after a factional fight this party conference. This is only the start of a transformative process
Stephanie Boland / September 24, 2017
And what are the arguments for and against?
Steve Richards / September 12, 2017
Leadership has never decided the result of an election. It was policies, more than personalities, that drove the course of the 2017 campaign
Every British and American election in 70 years has boiled down to character—who is the leader that’s got what it takes?
Richard Seymour / September 4, 2017
New reports suggest that Corbyn's supporters are willing to compromise on the amendment after strong opposition from the party's right. But giving more power to the membership is no bad thing
Sophie Cook / July 25, 2017
Far from being a niche cause, trans rights affect all sectors of society. It's time for us all to stand up for them