Analysis: The SNP Have Joined Forces With The Tories To Create ‘Green’ Scottish Tax Havens
by Jonathon Shafi
Analysis: Westminster Has Waged War on Scottish Democracy. What Now?
by Nick McKerrell
In blocking democratically-passed Scottish legislation on gender recognition reform from becoming law, Rishi Sunak has hugely overstepped – and chosen short-term heavy-handedness over preserving the union, writes Nick McKerrell.
Explainers: Why Postal Workers Are Going on Strike
While company management are paid in the millions, and receive bonuses for failure, postal workers at Royal Mail are being treated like mud. Today they are going on strike. Aaron Bastani explains the reasons behind the strike – and how bosses at the top are out of control.
Explainers: Why BT Workers Are Going on Strike
BT recorded £2 billion in profits before tax last year. Its CEO, Philip Jansen, enjoyed a salary of £3.5 million. Yet it’s now offering engineers & call centre workers a real terms pay CUT. Aaron Bastani explains why BT workers have had enough.
Long Read: Dismantling Britain is One Thing. Dismantling Britishness is Another
by Adam Ramsay
When we talk about breaking up Britain, we can’t just talk about the British state, argues Adam Ramsay. We also need to understand what gives the state its social license to operate: that is, British nationalism.
Downstream: The Fight for Unite – Interview With Steve Turner
Since 2010 Len McCluskey has been the general secretary of Unite, one of Britain’s largest trade unions. That changes this year with the election of his successor – a three-way race between Gerard Coyne, Sharon Graham and today’s guest, Steve Turner.
Analysis: Leftists Are Panicking About Unite’s General Secretary Election. Should They Be?
by Ell Folan
Report: Could BrewDog’s Cancellation Trigger a Reckoning Across the Craft Beer Industry?
by Matthew Curtis
Report: Royal Mail Wants to Close Its Workers’ Nursery During the Pandemic
by Shahed Ezaydi
Opinion: Christina McAnea’s Unison Victory is a Lesson for the Left
by Charlie Macnamara
Continuity-candidate Christina McAnea has won Unison’s general secretary election - a disappointing result for the left. Charlie Macnamara argues that in order to transform the union, it’s time for the left to get organised.
Opinion: I’m a Care Worker and I’m on Strike – Here’s Why
International: Spain’s New ‘Patriotic’ Trade Union is Part of the Far Right’s Anti-Leftist Strategy
by Tommy Greene and Eoghan Gilmartin
Last week Spain’s extreme-right Vox party officially launched its own ‘patriotic’ trade union. But rather than signalling a strategic social turn, the new unit is better seen as an ‘anti-union’ and part of Vox’s wider anti-leftist strategy, write Tommy Greene and Eoghan Gilmartin.