The emphasis should be on a council building programme, argues Martin Wicks, South Swindon CLP
It is incomprehensible to me that the Home Office can keep deferring cases such as Shankea's, thus putting lives on hold.
Mike Phipps reports on a disturbing new trend
In accordance with Labour Briefing’s long-standing traditions of pluralist debate and providing a right of reply to controversial articles, Louise Richards, Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign Action Group, responds to Mike Phipps’s article on Repression in Nicaragua, published on December 17th 2018.
Mike Phipps reviews Why can’t you afford a home? by Josh Ryan-Collins, published by Polity
An 'anti-austerity party' must oppose austerity in deeds, not just words.
Mike Phipps reports on the latest crackdown by President Ortega (pictured)
It’s too early to claim we’re heading into World War III. But it’s well worth keeping watch on Trump’s treaty trashing.
What is disturbing is the line being pedalled in parts of our movement that Universal Credit ‘is good in principle, it just needs to be tweaked a bit to make it right’.
The working class is moving into action. The question is – will this find any kind of adequate political expression?