Pat Stack on the rise of the far right conspiracy theorist The Light newspaper
An account of Boris's ungainly exit from British politics.
Pat Stack discusses Starmer's attacks on Corbyn and his legacy, and the question of what attitude socialists should take to the Labour Party's rightward lurch and a potential Starmer government.
Claims that Jeremy Corbyn was a supporter or even a member of the IRA were a prominent part of how he was demonised. But there was little discussion of the context for the IRA campaign or the left’s attitude.
Pat Stack reviews Struggle or Starve: Working-Class Unity in Belfast's 1932 Outdoor Relief Riots by Seán Mitchell, arguing that this look into Northern Ireland's forgotten past has...
Pat Stack untangles a tumultuous time for Labour, arguing there is only one way for Corbyn to win.
Pat Stack looks at the struggles which shaped Martin McGuinness and calls out the double-standards of the British Establishment's response to his death. The death of Martin...
What does Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party mean for the wider movement?
The importance of Jeremy Corbyn's success can't be overestimated, writes Pat Stack. It means we can argue for socialist politics in a way that's not been...
Pat Stack reviews two recent books trying to get to grips with changing the world: Russell Brand's Revolution, and Owen Jones' The Establishment
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