Thousands of people descended on central London today as part of a mass protest against the Israeli bombing of Gaza. At least 139 Palestinians and 9 Israelis have been killed in the worst outbreak of violence since 2014. Continue reading Pictures: Thousands take to the streets for London Free Palestine demonstration
The ex-President of Brazil Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has seen his corruption charge overturned by the Brazillian supreme court, leaving him free to run for the presidency again, challenging far-right incumbent Bolsonaro. Continue reading Lula’s corruption conviction is overturned – but can he defeat Bolsonaro?
Grace Blakeley brings together voices from across the left-wing of politics to reflect on its bitter UK defeat, and speculate about its future in the context of the coronavirus. Continue reading Grace Blakeley talks ‘Futures of Socialism’ in the wake of Corbyn and Sanders’ defeat
The remnants of the ethical foreign policy consensus from the Blair and Cameron governments are likely to go with Britain out of the EU. Continue reading Why British ‘ethical’ foreign policy will be watered down even further
Italy has once again been thrust into turmoil, as the ruling coalition loses its majority in the nations parliament. Continue reading Italy’s Political Crisis: Why Italians might be forced to the polls again after Renzi’s shock move
The idea that the Conservative Party has run out of ideas and looks to the Labour party for them is not new. Continue reading Which Jeremy Corbyn policies might the Tories adopt next?