¡ LIVE NOW @ live.novaramedia.com !
migration Immaterial Labour internet Eurozone Autonomia Podemos Italy youth interviews Austerity Copyright Budget2014 London Capitalism Police literature Scotland 2020 fascism Post-Traumatic Subject Will Davies Climate Change crisis projects Federico Campagna real economy Secular Crisis David Harvey Compass Eurozone crisis TUC situationism 15M America utopia Heygate Post Fordism Ashok Kumar Franco Berardi edl Merkel Social Democracy Green journalism atheism defence Dan Trilling Spain co-operatives immigration 2015 State-form Shlomo Sand riots Laurie Penny Corbyn Elections Oxi social movements Full employment Luxury graduate Black Politics Eleanor Saitta m5s Deleuze workfare future Privatisation Owen Jones European Elections trolling queer Matthew Beaumont US FALC Duggan Nina Power Psychiatry Anarcho-syndicalism elitism England city Tower Hamlets prison Economics Europe bbc UKUncut student politics Capitalist Realism policing ukba strikes Hannah Forbes Black neoliberalism bnp Intellectual Property sex work Richard Seymour Centre Left Anarchism outsourcing GE2015 right Andrew McGettigan debt technology Syriza George Osborne automation optimism housing media reform Irish Water Meek Indyref Dawn Foster anti-fascism piercepenniless social impact bonds regeneration Beppe Grillo Saul Newman Paul Mason LGBT Green Party Seth Wheeler Greece hydra columnism Refusal of Work Economy gentrification Neal Lawson racism Shiv Malik UK Ethical Capitalism revolution LGBTQ conservatives higher education Kristin Ross Mental Health financialisation Labour Party gfc oil Ralph Miliband Mark Fisher trade unions further education Israel race liliana Dmitrovic state Emma Dowling ACAB self-employment Marx ukip McKenzie Wark Ken Silverstein Marxism no borders Plan A Tory party Wu Ming Jacqueline Rose energy Environment best of wire Luther Blissett Syndicalism mob Rabina Khan history Will Hutton Football 2013 finance Keynesianism surplus Danny Hayward work Grexit AskNovara Ed Miliband nationalism Thatcher student housing funds welfare Natalie Bennett Germany pride FBB English protest funeral David Graeber productivity Autonomism Transfeminism Class Democrat Party growth university Melissa Gira Negri White Supremacism Novara Wire long recession Communism strike death IMO China rent morgage Globalization blacklivesmatter Dawkins Feminism Post-Capitalism Labour low pay left intellectual

Is Labour the Exception?

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler ask if, and why, Labour is the exception among Europe's faltering parties of social democracy

IMO e02-.00_03_43_11.Still008.00_00_00_00.Still002

IMO: A Very British Corbyn Coup

As one military general waves an anonymous fist at a potential Corbyn government in 2020, much to the indifference of the mainstream media, secret service and government Aaron Bastani asks isn't it time to propose far more substantial cuts to defence and build a people's GCHQ to investigate these sinister threats.


Pigs, Lies & Political Sex Scandals

Ray Filar is joined by writer Reni Eddo-Lodge and journalist Marie Le Conte to discuss recent allegations against David Cameron concerning a farmyard animal and what these rumours and the press reaction tell us about the British establishment.

latest on

7 Reasons Portugal's Socialists are Staring into the Abyss

by Craig McVegas and Joana Ramiro

Despite four years of austerity, the Portuguese Socialist Party came up short in yesterday's general election, losing out to the ruling coalition. Meanwhile, a left challenge is putting the squeeze on a party that has evaded 'pasokification' until now.

IMO: Why Are The UK Media Always Wrong?

Throughout the Corbyn surge the whole of the mainstream media has been in denial about his popularity, seeking to attack him at every turn, now they've been resoundingly proven wrong, is it time to reject these institutions for good?

latest on

Redefining the Battle Lines of the Left

by Matthew Panton

Are we succeeding in articulating a post-crisis politics or is the left too hung up on bygone strategies and frameworks? Is it time to redraw the battle lines to adapt to post-crisis political life?
IMO Episode.00_05_36_05.Still027.00_00_00_00.Still001

IMO: Corbyn Wins! Where Next?

He has the biggest democratic mandate of any party Leader in British history but he isn't so popular within the parliamentary wing of Labour. Aaron Bastani looks at the result and outlines what Corbyn would need to do to seal the deal in 2020.


Europe’s Refugee Crisis

On this week's show Ash Sarkar, James Butler and Aaron Bastani discuss Europe and migration: how much will demographic change transform the politics of the continent in coming decades?


IMO: The Labour Purge – A Closed Party?

As thousands of registered Labour Party supporters are having their votes disbarred for quite unclear reasons, Aaron asks what we can expect to happen to Labour if they try and close down their internal electoral processes.