New book launch

Optimism of the will‑ a few reflections on the Impossible Rebellion

Washington Is Shedding Crocodile Tears for Afghan Women

Silencing Jess Bernard

Anthony Hopkins and Oliva Coleman excel in The Father, (2020) a film about dementia

Raducanu’s rise

9/11: how the United States’ – and UK’s – hubris met its Nemesis

Protect the NHS – scrap the care and health bill

DSA sliding right under Biden

The US Lost in Afghanistan. But US Imperialism Isn’t Going Anywhere

My Cultural Highlights

Festivals are back!

Sport and capitalism today

Solidarity with the Afghan people, victims of imperialism and the Taliban

RISE For and With the Women of Afghanistan, Online Sept 1 & In the Streets Sept 25

Animal Rebellion‑ fighting for the animals, people and the planet

Towards an Ecosocialist Rebellion?

New leader at Unite, time for a new strategy?

CALL FOR ACTION in support of AFGHAN WOMEN

Tell Me Lies About Afghanistan: The Longest War’s Uncomfortable Truth

Digitalised Alienation, the Politics of the Spectacle, and the Revolutionary Imperative: an essay in new Marxist thinking

The future: flash floods and climate gentrification

Labour expels Ken Loach – a left response

The Taliban: another of imperialism’s monsters

Part 2: Why mobilising around COP26 is critical

The Fall of Kabul and the Global Police State

Part 1: Mapping the resistance on a burning planet

Who’s Buried in the Graveyard of Empires?

On the Fall of Kabul

Afghanistan: the war is over

Interview: Afghan Women’s Struggles against Patriarchy, Imperialism & Capitalism

Municipal climate campaigns and the unions

Party Media Hands down Death Sentence to Teachers’ Union, The HK Rule of Law is Dead but not the Resistance

Incel Terrorism

Reform or Revolution, or the Process?

Radical ferment and conservative inertia

On the brink – the scenario that the IPCC is not modelling

Access to affordable housing for care and support workers

Spiralling into a dangerous place

Cinema is Back

Wales since the election

Digby, Lord Jones: the man who took on linguistics and lost

The Earth is Burning

Apsana Begum trial: Another revolting attack by Labour’s right‑wing

Jeff Bezos says everything will be ok

A Haunted Refuge

The Ernest generation

New writers wanted

The Climate Crisis Worsens – talk and discussion

Colombia protests: a photo essay

Who will survive the university?

What is at stake in Unite

Have you seen the Olympics?

The day after cannot be the same as before

In View of the Popular Mobilizations in Cuba and Imperialist Aggressions

The Case for Sharon Graham

Why I’m campaigning for Steve Turner

Defend Kurdistan

No More Privatisation

Old Wine in New Bottles? ‑The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrates its centenary

Covid’s coming home

More than just a game – what we can learn from the Euros

Afghanistan’s Tragedy

What is the Working Class and why it matters

Some Musings on the 4th of July as an Homage to my Mother

Picture of the week: Forgotten Woman Painter

Neoliberal Necropolitics

Batley — No Great Victory for Starmer

Batley and Spen – Labour score late win in last minute but this is no revival

Morality in Ceika’s Hammer

Binaries are for computers

Galloway Panders to Far‑Right

A Pandemic of Privatisation

Some Lessons of the Podemos experience

Independent living is a right for all

Freedom and Covid

Abolish the Police! Should we? Could we? EVENT ARCHIVE

Can the Ministry point to a better future?

The Limitations of Community Wealth Building

Turbulent priest and a great exhibition

“We’re back” What is Biden’s foreign policy?

Victory for Osime Brown

After McCluskey … ?

Shockwave from the left at Unison

G7: Another Summit, same old story

Stop the Third Wave

Culture Wars, Class, and Power

Identity and Liberation: a critical Marxist difference

Prising Open the Prison System

Picture of the Week: Reflections on Monet’s Water Lilies

Socialisms and psychoanalysis

Creeping Fascism: What It Is and How To Fight It

This book is about one simple idea: that the wave of racism and reaction sweeping the world is the modern form of fascism.

Why did Seid Visin, take his own life?

What are the Real Reasons Behind the New Cold War?

Guy Debord and the Spectacle

The Tiananmen Square massacre 32 years on:

Does Anne Boleyn matter?

The Global Police State

As the world becomes ever more unequal, people become ever more 'disposable'. Today, governments systematically exclude sections of their populations from society though heavy-handed policing. But it doesn't always go to plan. William I. Robinson exposes the nature and dynamics of this out-of-control system, arguing for the urgency of creating a movement capable of overthrowing it.

Britain is certainly not innocent

Labour‑Power and Social Reproduction through a Neoliberal Lens

The new Tory economics

The Critical University: The past and present of THE PARIS COMMUNE

Uncommon Sense

Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson and the erosion of democracy

News from the rank and file

Protest in Support of Sacked Goodlord Strikers

“This is about the kind of world we want to live in”

The Masque of Covid

FIGHT The FIRE: Green New Deals and Global Climate Jobs

We are in the midst of a global pandemic and we are entering into a deep global recession, mass unemployment and the threat of runaway climate change. In every country, a great debate is beginning. What can be done about the economy and climate change? And what would a green new deal look like that meets the needs of people and the planet?

Bashir/Princess Diana scandal – 5 things we have learnt

Anti*Capitalist Resistance at the National Demonstration For Palestine

Why the left should not run with Burnham

We Need to Talk about Palestine … Again

Disunited Kingdom

The Palestinian Catastrophe

Facing the Anthropocene: Fossil Capitalism and the Crisis of the Earth System

Bridging the gap between Earth System science and ecological Marxism, Ian Angus examines not only the latest scientific findings about the physical causes and consequences of the Anthropocene transition, but also the social and economic trends that underline the crisis.

Socialisms: Revolutions betrayed, mislaid and unmade

Socialisms: Revisiting Revolutions Betrayed, Mislaid and Unmade provides accessible description and assessment of the attempt to transcend capitalism in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

THE PARIS COMMUNE: An ode to emancipation

The Paris Commune is an inspiration today. The memory of the past and its struggles strengthens the fight for the utopia of the future.

Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay: The Fight to Stop the Poll Tax

Thirty years ago, a social movement helped bring down one of the most powerful British Prime Ministers of the 20th Century. For the 30th anniversary of the Poll Tax rebellion, Simon Hannah looks back on those tumultuous days of resistance, telling the story of the people that beat the bailiffs, rioted for their rights and defied a government.

A Party with Socialists in It: A History of the Labour Left

For over a hundred years, the British Labour Party has been a bastion for working class organisation and struggle. However, has it ever truly been on the side of the workers? Where do its interests really lie? And can we rely on it to provide a barrier against right-wing forces? By looking into its history, this book shines a light on the internal dynamics of the 'party with socialists in it'.

A People’s History of the Russian Revolution

The Russian Revolution may well be the most misunderstood event in modern history. In this fast-paced introduction, Neil Faulkner debunks the myths that continue to shroud it, showing how a mass movement of millions, organised in democratic assemblies, mobilised for militant action and destroyed a regime of landlords, profiteers and warmongers.

A Radical History of the World

This is the history of the struggle and revolution of human society: of hominids, hunters and herders; of emperors and slaves; of patriarchs and women; of rich and poor; of dictators and revolutionaries.