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Back on the Line: Remembering Grunwick 40 Years On

40 years later, workers, writers and politicians remember the historic 2 year strike led primarily by South-Asian film processing workers at the Grunwick Lab in Dollis Hill, North-west London. How did Grunwick pave the way for further suppression of trade unions and independent worker organisation?

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The Race: Is Jeremy Corbyn Electable?

Aaron Bastani and Sophie Nazemi take a look at this weeks big stories and Michael Walker hosts Zoe Williams and James Meadway as they debate the viability of the Corbyn project.

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Has the centre-left collapsed?

Whatever you think of Blair, Owen Smith and Corbyn it's undeniable that Europe is facing a crisis of social democracy? Aaron Bastani looks at recent history and asks has the centre-left collapsed?