Decades of stealth attacks haven’t just weakened Britain’s National Health Service — they’ve made it harder to criticize its shortcomings.
Dawn Foster is a Jacobin staff writer, a contributing editor on housing for the Guardian, and the author of Lean Out.
Public housing should embody a promise: free housing for all, free of segregation. Reserving it only for the poorest undermines that promise.
Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour can force a new election — if the Blairites don’t screw it up.
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg has been exposed as a corporate thug. But that was implicit in her lean-in philosophy all along.
Pundits are pushing Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party to back a second Brexit referendum. They should be careful what they wish for.
Behind the façade of the bumbling upper-class twit, Britain’s right-wing tribune is playing a canny long game. His goal: injecting far-right ideas into the mainstream.
Ten years after the financial crisis Blairism is finally dead and buried.
What happens when irresistible Brexit meets an immovable EU? Theresa May will soon find out.
Pundits analyzing Britain’s Leave vote obsess over everything but what mattered: decades of economic decay in declining regions.
The recent tendency to boil class down to consumption habits and taste in food is tiresome and unsound.
Today’s horrific fire in London's Grenfell Tower is a symbol of a deeply unequal United Kingdom.