The likes of Nigel Farage and the Vote Leave campaign capitalised on the political abandonment felt in many post-industrial towns. It's time for the left - and Labour - to rebuild trust in these areas.
Take Back the City proposes a radically different vision of political organising. In a city riven with social divisions and worsening living conditions, can it hope to achieve change for ordinary Londoners?
After acts of infidelity, the fingers of blame point to everything other than monogamy: one of the only social contracts that seems to remain untouchable. Brigitte Vasallo encourages us to question this pact that, she argues, reproduces the logic of capital in the way we love one another.
Unidos Podemos, the left-wing coalition party, came in a disappointing third place in the most recent Spanish elections. After polling well, why did the party fail to capture the popular vote? And what lessons can left-wing electoral projects draw from this?
Sunday Long Read: Britain now heads into a period of unprecedented turbulence. This was not supposed to happen. What does the result suggest about the state of UK democracy? And what strategic challenges does it present to the left?