A gulf has opened up between our politicians and many of those they represent. LUKE JOHN DAVIES looks at how social democracy was gentrified.
MATT SINGH: There is nothing inevitable about Labour winning the next general election.
JON CRUDDAS MP AND FREDERICK HARRY PITTS: Does Marx have a place in the modern Labour party? An alternative reading of his work could inform a fresh agenda for the left.
NANCY PLATTS: A ‘kinder, gentler politics’ means fixing Westminster’s broken system.
MEGAN CORTON SCOTT: When we point the finger at every ‘radical’ or ‘mould-breaker’ we lose our grip on what populism is and why it is dangerous.