Tag: Conservative party
Beyond the headline-grabbing kiss of the Tories' latest scandal is a series of personal relationships which the former Health Secretary turned into lucrative professional appointments and government partnerships. Gus Woody writes that this type of corruption is isn't going anywhere while the Tory party remains in power.
Barrister David Renton explores why the government is so determined to suppress protest, the Police Bill, and the impact of the Covid Regulations on protest rights.
The Tories' new proposed health reforms grab more power for ministers – but that doesn't mean an end to health privatisation.
Debates about the use of confrontational collective action in the Anti-Poll Tax Movement remain relevant for struggles today.
The anti-poll tax movement took on and defeated a Tory government at the height of its powers. Andrew Stone explores the ways that protestors developed political justifications for resistance.
How did Boris Johnson's government so quickly lose its grip?
Churchill is central to the Tory myth of national unit. But the historical record is clear: he was a virulent racist, a diehard colonialist, and responsible for the deaths of millions.