Left-wing defeat at Unison elections

Unison announced the election of its first female General Secretary, Christina McAnea, today (11 January 2021. McAnea was elected with 47% of the vote, with the remaining 53% of the vote being split across 3 differing left-wing candidates. McAnea is largely considered to be supportive of the policies and strategies of Labour leader Keir Starmer, making this election a huge win for the right-wing leadership of Labour, especially when considering that Unison is the largest trade union in the country.

COVID cases skyrocket as border testing implemented & London is deemed “Out of Control”

The UK government has officially asked people to get negative COVID-19 tests before entering the country from overseas, a move which has made many ask – why on earth wasn’t this done sooner?

Tory failure: third lockdown as cases spiral

On Wednesday, Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced that millions more people in Britain are to face tighter lockdown restrictions, a move made in response to increasing cases and the new, highly transmissible variant of coronavirus spreading across most of England.

The Three Conditions for Revolutionary Struggle

Revolution, revolutionary situations and the conditions for revolution are fundamental ideas in Marxist-Leninist theory. Tom Partis and Seán Manuel shed light on what these concepts mean in practice and their importance for the left in Britain today.