Analysis: Were the 70s Really That Great?
by Juliet Jacques
Analysis: Union Visibility is Up, But Membership is Still Low. Why?
by Tom Williams
Opinion: Boris Johnson Could Have Been Another Thatcher
by Aaron Bastani
Analysis: Right to Buy 2.0 is an Unmitigated Disaster
by Ell Folan
Analysis: Why Do We Still Fetishise Homeownership?
by Aidan Beatty
Downstream: Liberalism Is in Trouble. Aaron Bastani Meets Francis Fukuyama
Analysis: A Court Just Took Away the Right to Strike – But a Union is Fighting to Win It Back
by Callum Cant
Opinion: Molly-Mae Hague Just Exposed Influencer Culture for the Thatcherite Poison It Is
by Anna Cafolla
Opinion: Shoplifters of the World, Unite!
by Seth Wheeler
Downstream: The Capitalist War Being Waged on Disabled People
Downstream: If Neoliberalism Is Over, What Next?
If neoliberalism really is over then what comes after? And could this new political and economic moment, where a larger state is embraced, see a turn right rather than left? Aaron Bastani speaks to sociologist Paolo Gerbaudo about his new book, ‘The Great Recoil’, examining how ideas of protection, control and state intervention are replacing […]
Opinion: This Isn’t Just About Universal Credit – Our Entire Benefits System Is a Joke
by Andrew Fisher
Opinion: Back on the Hard Road: How Stuart Hall Can Help Us Navigate Our Moment
by David Wearing
The British left is still reeling and disoriented from the election defeat of December 2019. But by comparing our current moment to Stuart Hall’s analysis of the long 1980s, we can learn some important lessons, writes David Wearing.
Opinion: Labour Wants to Win Back the Working Class. The Problem Is It Has No Idea Who They Are
by Joe Bilsborough
Opinion: Think the Tories Can’t Possibly Paint Britain’s Pandemic Response As a Triumph? Think Again
by Aaron Bastani
From the failures of WW2 to the horrors of empire, Britain is incapable of an honest reckoning with its history. There’s no reason to think that in a decade's time, Covid-19 won't just be another notch in a record of national self-delusion, argues Aaron Bastani.