The Green Question
e live in a period where it is necessary to think seriously about power and how to build it. Thankfully, the contemporary Left seems to have moved past debating whether to engage in parliamentary politics. The answer to that question has been answered decisively, the retreat of the Left from national politics has historically
Left out: Part 1
have over the last 12 months been pondering a lot about why so many of the working classes turn away from the politics of the ‘left’, when arguably the policies of the left are precisely what can give people back their dignity, their livelihoods and build a society that works in the interests
Reliving Labour’s Loss
Yesterday my Facebook memory was a video of myself just before the 2019 General Election yelling out of my window at a Tory canvasser who had put some Tory propaganda through my letterbox. The elderly gentleman concerned was extremely amused at the fact that I was so annoyed and he laughing as
We’re calling for an uprising.
Solidarity is frequently preached by the left, after all "an injury to one, is an injury to all" - but it is not often practiced. Given what has been inflicted on Jeremy, the cost to his reputation and personal life – something he did for all of us, it is the least we owe