"As world leaders meet at the Davos World Economic Forum all the grave economic, social and environmental crises humanity faces are deepening" - John McDonnell MP
Davos, the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, is underway this week, with the stakeholders of unregulated capitalism making desperate attempts to shape the crisis ridden global system.
Trade unions are at the forefront of the fight for democracy against plutocracy - Laura Smith defends the #RightToStrike from the latest Tory attack.
With the COP Biodiversity summit underway, economist Michael Roberts looks at the deep contradictions between unregulated capitalism and the fight against the climate crisis.
In workplaces increasingly dictated by app based platform working, unions must meet the needs of insecure workers.
After a summer of working-class fightback, the left itself must step up a gear - our conference aims to bring the various strands of resistance together, writes Arise Festival's Sam Browse.
In response to the Tories Autumn Statement and the return of austerity, John McDonnell spoke in parliament on the need for a progressive and transformative alternative.
In depth economic analysis critiquing claims of a wage-price spiral and why neoliberal economics continue to push for wage restraint.
"Senior managers in our industry take home huge salaries; rail operators have paid dividends to their shareholders right through the pandemic... the claim that there's no money left to pay rail workers properly is just not true."
“The solution is resistance - that means joining demonstrations, occupations & picket lines" - John McDonnell responds to the Tories' Autumn Statement and the return of austerity.