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Why We Need To #KeepCorbyn

Another day, another round of resignations, another post-Brexit financial disaster. Corbyn's leadership is under threat - but is anyone else actually qualified to lead Labour after the referendum?


Brexit: It’s happened

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss Britain's historic decision to vote to leave the EU.


Against ‘Integration’

Ash Sarkar looks at recent comments by Professor Ted Cantle on segregation in the UK and explains why 'Integration' is a flawed and oppressive approach to understanding race.

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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.


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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Labour in Flux: Media and Movement

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler interview Momentum's James Schneider as they talk about the Labour party's media strategy and how it could integrate with movement building.

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Tata Steel, Cameron’s delusions and Fully Automated Luxury Communism

As Tata Steel and other manufacturers shut down British factories it's time to ask some serious questions about Britain's industrial policy. If the Conservatives proposals are fantasy and Labour haven't the nerve to call for nationalisation Aaron Bastani asks: What role does steel play in Fully Automated Luxury Communism.