An in-depth briefing and response to the Autumn Budget with John McDonnell, Holly Turner (NHS Workers Say No), Jon Trickett, Andrew Fisher and Professor Ozlem Onaran.
"The Autumn Statement was an austerity budget that will further entrench inequality, force tax rises on struggling households and crush public services" - Left MPs respond to the #AutumnStatement.
Labour must put forward a bold and transformative economic policies. In failing to provide an alternative, the party risks normalising the return to crippling austerity, writes Sam Browse.
"The Conservatives are set to punish already hard-pressed households struggling with the cost-of-living crisis and drive social conflict, by prioritising sticking to their own arbitrary fiscal rules."
"The results of 12 years of austerity driven Conservative Government already speak for themselves. For more than a decade, our public services have been driven into the ground by Tory cuts."
"People need a government that will tackle the cost of living crisis that the Tories have caused – not a continuation of their cuts to the NHS and public services."
"No mandate whatsoever to carryout cuts to public spending" - Labour left MPs respond to the 'coronation' of Rishi Sunak as Conservative Party leader.
While Boris Johnson's resignation is welcomed, the countries deep and structural problems will not be addressed by the out of touch Tories lining up for the top-job.