After the local elections, Starmer's Labour looks set to enter government. With the parliamentary left defeated we must organise to force workers' demands onto their agenda
Gabriel Boric has defeated José Antonio Kast in the second round of Chile’s presidential election, obtaining 55.9% of the votes - the highest turnout since voting became voluntary in 2012.
Critical support for Gabriel Boric in the Chilean elections, the alternative is an electoral victory for the right-wing Pinochet admirer, Kast.
Luxemburg's will to advance the proletarian struggle lives on in her contribution to Marxist theory and practice
Tim Nailsea reviews the 2020 edition of Britain's Road to Socialism
A report of the Socialist Campaign Groups rally.
Lessons from the parliamentary road.
Tim Nailsea reviews Fully Automated Luxury Communism: A Manifesto by Aaron Bastani
Spain heads to the polls on 28th April in a snap election which has exposed the political bankruptcy of all five main parties and threatens to propel the far right to power.
Reformism begins by redefining the socialist goal - and ends by rejecting it altogether