The Love Film founder's new political party is destined to fail, writes Matt Zarb-Cousin. It's a vanity project of the super rich with no policy or movement.
Labour is not immune from the prejudice that permeates our society, writes Dawn Foster, but the left can do better than take advice from the Tories.
Last week it felt like we were making progress with tackling anti-Semitism in Labour, writes Rhea Wolfson. And then certain people had to go and ruin it.
While some self-proclaimed progressives are clearly anti-Semitic, many are simply ignorant and unaware. The answer is education, writes Owen Jones.
Anti-Semitism in our society needs tackling head on, writes Michael Segalov. Anyone blindly defending Corbyn's Facebook post is part of the problem.
Football fans are revolting across the country, writes Matt Zarb-Cousin, and they're determined to put people not profit back at the heart of the beautiful game.
As the former Sex And The City star enters the race for New York Governor, we examine her complicated relationship with bisexuality, the public eye, and the LGBTQ community.
After the attack on Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, Jeremy Corbyn called for ‘a decisive and proportionate response’. That's perfectly reasonable, thanks.
Tory MP Sajid Javid wants to spend £50m on ESOL lessons to help immigrants feel more integrated – but he’s ignoring a much bigger problem.
The current industrial dispute in universities about pensions could change the balance of power in higher education for good, writes lecturer James Smith.
The Conservatives can't tackle the housing crisis, writes Matt Zarb-Cousin. Accepting the market is broken would be to admit Tory ideology is dead.
Ignore the outrage of the right-wing press at Corbyn's warning to fantasist media moguls, writes Dawn Foster. They're just angry that the game is up.