The collapse of the First Republic Banks and others present a powerful argument for public ownership - Economist Michael Roberts' analyses the banking crisis.
"It is clear ministers are more interested in protecting bumper profits made by bus companies, than protecting and providing a vital service to passengers" - Mick Lynch, RMT.
"We were told that British Rail’s natural monopoly was the problem and promised cheaper fares, better services and less cost for the taxpayer. Privatisation has failed on every front."
"No, it’s not full public ownership but it’s a hugely important first step. GBE will prove that public ownership is a successful way to run a company in the national interest" - We Own It analyse Labour's public energy announcement.
To combat the climate crisis we need public ownership and a worker-led transition to a greener, fairer economy. Analysis by Labour for a Green New Deal.
"We must shout loudly and fight back strongly if we are to stop workers paying the price for the pandemic and the cost of living crisis" - as the Tories race to the bottom, the Labour movement is fighting back.
Whether it's water, energy or transport, privatisation has failed to the cost of billions in public money. The case for nationalisation has never been clearer, writes Cat Hobbs, We Own It.
Jon Trickett MP tackles the corporate greed of the energy crisis; and the fight to bring down costs and tackle the climate crisis through public ownership.
"Taking large private corporations back into the public sector will be a fight for democracy against the interests of oligarchy. But it's a fight worth having"
This week marked eight years since the death of Tony Benn. His speech in the House of Commons in 1985 opposing the Conservatives’ privatisation of British Gas rings true decades later.