The story of the British National Health Service, one of the twentieth century’s great working-class achievements.
Ronan Burtenshaw is Europe Editor at Jacobin.
One of Europe’s most notorious anti-union companies has been forced to recognize a union — and its workers aren’t done yet.
Li Andersson, the leader of Finland’s Left Alliance, on the country’s diminishing welfare state, rising populist right, and possible socialist future.
Anti-communist campaigns in Eastern Europe aren’t about building a more democratic society — they’re about rehabilitating the far right.
Katrín Jakobsdóttir, the leader of Iceland’s Left-Greens, discusses this weekend’s election and what will happen if they win.
Amid a general strike in Catalonia, we speak to Lluc Salellas of anticapitalist party CUP about the next steps for the independence movement.
Die Linke MEP Fabio De Masi on why Germany’s fragmented electorate will return Angela Merkel to office this Sunday.
Labour’s manifesto offers a vision to radically improve the lives of millions. Whatever happens on June 8, we must fight to keep it on the horizon.
This St. Patrick’s Day we remember the 1867 Fenian uprising — and its radical vision of an Irish Republic.
This International Women’s Day, women in Ireland are striking for abortion rights against a backdrop of horror stories caused by the country’s prohibition.
Momentum’s James Schneider on his journey to the Left and the way forward for Corbyn’s Labour Party.
Tom Watson’s hunt for Trotskyists does more than misrepresent Corbyn’s movement — it opens the door to attacks on party democracy.
NEC candidate Rhea Wolfson on how she discovered socialist politics and what it will take to change the Labour Party.
Campaigning for Jeremy Corbyn isn’t enough. The Labour Party must be transformed into a vehicle of popular democracy.
MP Jon Trickett on studying under Ralph Miliband and how Labour can become a million-member party.
The British media has launched an unprecedented campaign of disinformation against Jeremy Corbyn.
The embattled Labour Party leader is hated by his opponents for all the right reasons.
Bernadette Devlin on her early activism and why the Good Friday Agreement brought some peace, but little justice.
As Ireland celebrates the centenary of 1916, the conditions on the island offer possibilities for socialist politics not seen in one hundred years.
The revolutionary period sparked by the 1916 Easter Rising offered a vision of a truly democratic Ireland.