Shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander MP will be the main speak at an event to celebrate the centenary of Cambridge Labour Party on Saturday 17 November.
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The British New Left had a critical approach towards neoliberal and authoritarian models of modernisation, ideas shared by more recent political trends, says MICHAEL RUSTIN in this his talk to the British New Left and Labour seminar held in London in June 2012.
A big society can’t be a good society unless it’s underpinned by decent housing, according to Labour MP Karen Buck. MATTHEW BROWN reports on the launch of two new Chartist pamphlets.
The ILP is supporting a public meeting in London to launch two new pamphlets from Chartist, the magazine for democratic socialism, on housing and the Big Society.
A booklet version of The ILP: Our Politics, the ILP’s recent statement on the current political situation, is now available.
A lively, frank and well-illustrated account of the ILP’s history from its grass-roots origins in the 1890s to the present day; it provides a commentary on the Labour party’s development, including the rise and fall of the Labour left.
A short but moving account of the Spanish Civil War, using the often-silenced voices of Spanish activists. Focusing on events in Catalonia, it shows how even today, there is much more to be remembered than the courage of members of the International Brigade.
New edition 2009.
In spite of the claims regularly made that capitalism is triumphant, that it is our fate, and that there is no alternative, we seek to demonstrate that we can build a credible socialism for our times.
Published in 2003.
Our response to racism and fascism has to be based on genuine forms of democracy and participation, and greater control of our economic life, so we can redistribute resources to those communities living on or near the edge. This is not something that can wait for some ideal future.
Published in 2004.
The ability of the British to form mutual associations has been a hallmark of the development of civil society over the last four centuries. Can co-operatives and mutuals herald a new phase of radical politics, or are they part of the re-commondification of welfare?
Published in 2005.
This publication is now sold out.