Universities are threatening to deduct up to 100% of staff’s wages even on days when there is no industrial action – a shameless attempt to punish workers for defending their rights.
Nina Simone, who died on this day in 2003, is often remembered for her involvement in the Civil Rights Movement – but she was also a socialist who saw revolution as the path to true equality.
The Global South faces its worst debt crisis in years – but instead of providing assistance, Western states are pushing policies that will drive millions into poverty.
Hungry for profits, TGI Fridays has axed meals for its staff in the middle of a cost of living crisis. But its workers are gearing up to struggle, not to suffer.
Poverty pay, dangerous conditions and wage theft: Kwikfit employees reveal shocking details of exploitation at the car servicing company.
This week, Grace speaks to Aeron Davis, professor of political communication. They discuss the power of the Treasury and how the financialisation of the UK economy has eroded democracy.
Today we have launched ‘The Cause,’ a new weekly bulletin from Tribune covering the labour movement and socialist politics. Read the first instalment here.
On this day 34 years ago, 97 football fans went to a match and never came back. Looking back, Hillsborough survivor Ian Byrne MP discusses the cross-football solidarity movement still fighting for justice.
Underpaid, overworked, struggling against a collapsing NHS: a junior doctor tell Tribune about the crises on the wards – and why their strike matters for the future of the country.
The government’s anti-strike laws are a brazen attack on working people. Our movement has defied and defeated anti-union laws in the past – and it’s time to do it again, writes FBU general secretary Matt Wrack.
On this day in 1981, Brixton’s black community rose up against police discrimination and mass unemployment. It was a watershed moment in the fight against racist oppression that still lingers in British society.
Tribune is launching a series of podcasts – kick start your week with the sound of socialism.
For decades, politicians justified funnelling money to the rich by arguing it produces more wealth for everyone else. The evidence is now overwhelming – we were scammed.
The divide between rich and poor in the London borough of Newham illustrates the grotesque inequalities of the city – but long-neglected residents are organising against corporate takeover.
In Finland, the coalition led by centre-left Sanna Marin was defeated after promising utopian visions but failing to materially improve people’s lives – providing an important lesson to the global Left about delivering change and remaining relevant.
The recently published memoir of Algerian revolutionary Mokhtar Mokhtefi, I Was A French Muslim, powerfully portrays a life spent in the struggle against French imperialism and for the unlocking of all human potential.