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Class, Race, Migration

On this week’s show Aaron Bastani and Ash Sarkar are joined by Jeremy Gilbert as they discussing class, whiteness and attitudes to migration.

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Labour’s corrupt councils

Aaron Bastani exposes the self-serving corruption of many Labour-led councils, specifically Tower Hamlets where Mayor John Biggs, amidst massive cuts to local services, has just awarded himself and his colleagues a significant pay rise.


Populism and Democracy

On this week’s show James Butler and Aaron Bastani discuss the emergence of populist politics on both the left and right.

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Did the Tories Rig the Election?

New revelations suggest that the Conservatives may have overspent on campaign resources in key marginal seats at last years election and the preceding by-elections. Aaron Bastani looks closer at the allegations and how this 'admin error' could have made all the difference.

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The Cold Genocide of the Refugees

by Matt Broomfield

Sunday Long Read: Is Europe's treatment of refugees beginning to take on a genocidal form?

Corbyn: Rebirth for Radical Politics?

Richard Seymour and Rosie Warren join James Butler to discuss the Corbyn leadership, its relation to the broader anticapitalist left, the crisis of Labourism and its prospects for the future. Is it just a flash in the pan?


Is Corbyn’s Labour Party “Unelectable”?

On this edition of The Fix we evaluate May's local elections and consider whether Jeremy Corbyn offers Labour - and the left - a route to government. We also visit the swing seats of Thurrock and Ilford North to ask residents their thoughts.

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Why Brazil's Impeachment of Dilma Rousseff Matters

by Ben Morris

Last week, Brazil's president, Dilma Rousseff, was impeached and suspended following allegations of fiddling the public accounts. As rival Michel Temer takes the reins pending Rousseff's trial, it's becoming clear there are vested interests at play.

Is it time to abolish masculinity?

With men responsible for so many of the world’s problems you could be forgiven for thinking there is no hope left for masculinity. But what is masculinity, how can it be understood and taken apart for better? Shon Faye gives their two cents. What do you think? Comment on the hashtag #ShonThisWay