Nothing about the Labour Party can, or should, ever be the same again.
Alastair Campbell, Peter Mandelson,Gordon Brown, David Miliband, Tony Blair and now David Blunkett have all joined in bashing Jeremy Corbyn because he is the front runner in Labour’s leadership election …
John Holden reflects on the current turmoil within Labour and offers a few suggestions on how the party might get its act together
Coverage of the Greek crisis has been marred by reporters’ failure to grasp its nature. Yiannis Varoufakis foresaw the problem three years ago…
This rallying call electrifying the Labour leadership campaign south of the border is exciting progressive forces in Scotland too, finds Martin Gostwick
The full impact of austerity politics on the lives of ordinary people must be highlighted, writes Lee Salter
The mafia and huge multinational companies are cashing in on an Italian green energy boom amid claims of widespread fraud.
No-hoper to frontrunner: momentum with Corbyn
The decline in union influence has helped to boost bosses’ pay.
Yet again the north is being short-changed by the Tories, says Dave Anderson
The Carbon Crunch by Dieter Helm (Yale University Press, £8.99)
A ground-breaking legal challenge has been mounted to the controversial Uber taxi firm’s conditions of employment for drivers has been mounted over safety, pay and holidays.
A major world industry is founded on human rights abuses, says Elizabeth Matsangou
The reckless, the feckless and a banker coup d’etat
The people of Gaza must freed from what is effectively an open-air prison, insists Holly Lynch
Labour was comprehensively defeated at the 2015 election. Stephen Pound does not see the left-wing leadership candidate pointing the way to a comeback
Mark Metcalf hails a new film that describes consequences of immigration controls
Ian Hernon has been keeping tabs on the election to determine Ed Miliband’s successor
New research from the British Election Study has pinpointed one reason why pollsters got the May general election result so wrong.
David Cameron is finally taking a decisive stand against the Islamic State terror group, or ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and Levant)
Murray Rowlands argues for a reassessment of the WWI commander Douglas Haig
Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards are w costing millions and causing distress to the families of those who die while subject to them, writes Anne Coffey