Is Welsh Independence Really on the Cards?
by Daniel Wincott
The question of Welsh independence is being discussed in ways unimaginable even a decade ago. Daniel Wincott takes a look at why the movement is growing – and whether or not an imminent breakaway from the UK is a real possibility.
Can the Good Friday Agreement Survive?
by Daniel Finn
What Happened to Kill the Bill?
by Rivkah Brown
The Government Wants Green Homes. Big Oil Has Other Ideas
by Alex D King
How the Anti-Trans Movement is Weaponising Gay Liberation
by James Greig
Here’s What Really Happened When Labour Suspended Corbyn
by Oliver Eagleton
Nine months on and the world has all but forgotten about one of the most significant events in Labour history. Oliver Eagleton gets the inside scoop on Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension and what it tells us about Labour’s current management.
Analysis: A Brief History of the Taser, the ‘Less-Lethal’ Police Weapon That Keeps Killing People
by Sandeep Sandhu
A police officer is finally standing trial for the death of footballer Dalian Atkinson, who died after being tased for six times longer than standard practice. The case has reignited debate around the police’s most controversial weapon and the company that produces it, writes Sandeep Sandhu.
The Left Won’t Win the 2020s by Clinging to the Corpse of the Labour Party
by Jonas Marvin
You’re On Your Own, Kids: How the Indian State Abandoned Its People to Covid-19
by Aruna Chandrasekhar
India is in the grip of a horrific second wave – and prime minister Narendra Modi has blood on his hands. Whether it’s Covid-19 or the climate crisis, it's vital that solidarity remains with the Indian people and not with their government, writes Aruna Chandrasekhar from Mumbai.