Governments want us to respect World War I veterans in an apolitical way. But we should not forget the thousands of veterans who returned home to fight for their rights.
Marcus Barnett is the international officer of Young Labour and the associate editor of Tribune.
Max Levitas was a towering figure of Britain’s labor movement. A hardened enemy of the Blackshirts in the years before World War II, the Irish-Jewish communist devoted nearly a century to fighting injustice.
In April 1932, hundreds of workers took to the hills of northern England to challenge the right of landed gentry to enclose the countryside.
As the UK Labour Party aims to organize its forgotten heartlands, it can learn from a rich history of socialist culture in working-class communities.
On this day in 1976, a group of Asian immigrants in London began a strike that would define an era.
Denied a shot at the title because of his skin color, Manchester boxer Len Johnson turned to labor militancy and radical politics.
Labour has offered Britain’s youth a chance at a better future — and been rewarded with a historic polling surge.
Britain's wartime Home Guard is immortalized in popular culture — but the socialists who shaped it are forgotten.
On this day in 1943, a band of Jewish resistance fighters launched an armed insurrection against the Nazis. They were proud socialists and internationalists.
On International Holocaust Memorial Day we should remember the resistance that organized itself in Nazi death camps.