In the wake of Covid-19, addressing the inequalities faced by Black populations matters. Rueben Warren, Martin Edobor, and Paulo Da Silva discuss.
JUSTINA CRUICKSHANK: Westminster isn’t working. Labour must back electoral reform.
Is it time for Labour to get behind moves to scrap the monarchy in favour of an elected head of state? Kenneth Morgan, who led a Fabian commission on the monarchy back in 2003, assesses the party’s attitudes past, present and future.
MARC STEARS: The real lives of ordinary people, not flags and Rule Britannia, should inspire Labour’s progressive patriotism today.
The relationship between Labour and the unions has been crucial since the party was first founded. But is this historic alliance now under threat as never before? Christopher Massey takes a look.
The ability of the courts to challenge the government is under attack. The left must not only defend judicial review but go further, to shape the principles we should be governed by. George Peretz explains