Lord Ezra, Lord Janner, Elsie Tu, Ian Bell
There are tumultuous times ahead in UK politics. Ian Hernon gazes into his crystal ball
Jeremy Corbyn sacked Pat McFadden as Europe spokesman, ditched Michael Dugher as Shadow Culture Secretary and sidelined the former pro-Trident defence supremo Maria Eagle.
In reshaping the Shadow Cabinet better to reflect the party which elected him, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was always going to be damned if he did and damned if he …
John Holden discuses whether the problems associated with the ailing health service are solvable
By any standards, it has been an astonishing political year in and outwith Westminster, with changes to party leaderships, and a general election which gave the Tories their first outright …
Tribune asked: ‘Which gift should Jeremy Corbyn present to his supporters and the country this Christmas, and what would you like to give to him in return?’
Jeremy Corbyn’s main opponents aren’t the Conservatives, they are in his own party, writes Jonathan Fenton-Harvey
Left can be unstoppable – but we must heed warning
A Labour MEP condemned the British Government for actively blocking European Union legislation that would enable women to play a more equal role in businesses across Europe.
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Iraq: a history by John Robertson (Oneworld, £25)
Mergers and takeovers involving UK companies continued at much lower levels of activity than those seen before the 2008-09 economic downturn, official statistics revealed.
The economy grew by 0.5 per cent in the third quarter of 2015 compared with the second quarter, the latest official estimate shows.
We must increase investment in innovation and development, argues Angela Smith
Women are bearing the brunt of the cuts because of Government action and inaction, argues Ruth Cadbury
EU-Turkish realignment has its pitfalls, says Elizabeth Matsangou
The authoritarian nature of the Government is increasingly clear, writes Paul Donovan
A damning criticism of George Osborne’s strategy to make huge savings by relying on new technology to replace civil servants is revealed in two reports by the National Audit Office.
Gibraltar demonstrated – in microcosm – that progressive anti-austerity politics can prove a big winner with voters.
A new research paper warned that the world is being carved up in favour of global capital in a series of trade agreements, including negotiations over the Transatlantic Trade and …