Jeremy Corbyn & The Robots: Why Only Radical Ideas Will Make Both Labour & Britain Fit for the 21st Century

By Pete Kennedy / @PeteKennedy121 Ours is essentially a tragic age so we refuse to view it tragically. The cataclysm has happened, we are among the ruins…we’ve got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen. — D.H. Lawrence Following his election in 1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt is said to have met with Sidney Hillman and other … Continued

Inequality, The Logic of the Market, and The Left

By Matt Donoghue / @drdonoghue A commitment to reducing and/or eradicating inequality has the potential to unite Labour’s soft and hard left, as well as other groups within and beyond the Labour Party. The UK has a long tradition of protecting a liberal form of civic equality – a commitment to individual equality in the … Continued