A quarter of a million voices for change

Jeremy Corbyn has been elected by a quarter of a million people – but the Labour right is already on the attack, writes Colin Wilson. How do we defend Corbyn and seize this...

Corbyn and class: opportunities for socialists in the anti-austerity movement

The success of Jeremy Corbyn's campaign for the Labour leadership has thrown up a series of questions over what might happen if he wins. Jen Wilkinson argues that Corbyn will need support and pressure...

Bringing down the government, one song at a time…

Colin Revolting reviews a rally and fundraiser for Jeremy Corbyn at Union Chapel, Islington. Featuring Thee Faction, Owen Jones, Robb Johnson and the Socialist Magician. Credit for all photographs to Theo Michael.  Queues and...

Corbyn: big opportunities for the left as anti-austerity hits the mainstream

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 possible for decades. A few weeks ago the political landscape looked...

Questions to think with

Annie Teriba asks 4 questions about Jeremy Corbyn's campaign. This is an open invitation to help think through what it means. 1. How does the changing nature of struggles jar with the narrative coming from...

Corbynmania comes to Cardiff

#Jezwecan - but only if we fight! Know-it-all lefty Seb Cooke checks out Corbynmania and looks to the battle ahead.

2 takes on #JezWeCan

We asked James Elliott and Adam Ramsay  for their responses to the surging support for Jeremy Corbyn's campaign to lead the Labour Party.     James Elliott is a Labour Party member. He is deputy editor of Left...

The limits and opportunities of the Corbyn campaign

Corbyn deserves our support, but we must recognise the Labour Party for what it is and build an autonomous social movement. This means supporting him as the Left and from the Left and accepting that social struggle is the basis of political change.

EU debate: In, out, or shake it all about?

Adam DC puts forward a radical abstentionist point of view in the debate about what position socialists should take about the upcoming referendum on Britain's membership to the EU The starting point for any discussion...