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TUC highlights national zero-hours wage swindle

Joana Ramiro, Morning Star, 10 April 2014

Benneconomics: A Tribute to Tony Benn

Andrew Fisher, New Left Project, 24 March 2014

Yes, there is still life for the left after Tony Benn and Bob Crow

Owen Jones, Guardian, 14 March 2014

Only a radical government can end the Great British Rip-Off

Sadiq Khan, New Statesman, 13 March 2014

The Banking Reform Act is rearranging the deck chairs on the neoliberal Titanic

Professor Prem Sikka, Open Democracy, 27 February 2014

New UK Banking Act: A Missed Opportunity to Make Banks Socially Responsible

Professor Prem Sikka, Huffington Post, 26 February 2014

Labour needs leftist edge back

Chris Trotter, The Dominion Post, 22 November 2013

Labour is losing argument over benefit reform, says Ed Miliband aide

Joe Murphy, Evening Standard, 8 November 2013

Do You Agree With This Poll on the Economy?

William Bancroft, Huffington Post, 8 November 2013

Top Miliband aide: Labour is “not winning” on benefit reform

Georgia Graham, Telegraph, 8 November 2013

Ed’s top adviser calls for a swing to the Left and end to austerity

Andrew Pierce, Daily Mail, 8 November 2013

The people are rejecting free market capitalism

Ellie Mae O'Hagan, Open Democracy, 7 November 2013

There is sadly mass support for nationalisation and price controls

Allister Heath, City A.M., 5 November 2013

Public Far to the Left of Labour Party Finds Poll

Nick Assinder, International Business Times, 5 November 2013

Poll shows support for renationalisation and price controls

Harry Phibbs, conservativehome, 5 November 2013

Benefits of economic growth

Daniel Hunter, Fresh Business Thinking, 5 November 2013

More IPPR, less Class

Stephen Bush, Progress, 5 November 2013

Houses are being excluded from the benefits of economic growth, says Frances O’Grady

Economic Voice Staff, Economic Voice, 4 November 2013

The freedom of the press and how far is too far?

Joy Johnson, Tribune, 3 November 2013

The shackles are off Ed Miliband – but he can do more

Steve Hart, LabourList, 3 November 2013

Economic recovery for households ‘meaningless,’ says TUC

Information Daily Staff Writer, Information Daily , 2 November 2013

Cameron has presided over an astonishing and avoidable rise in poverty

Lisa Nandy, LabourList, 2 November 2013

Labour must challenge the governor of the Bank of England

Ann Pettifor, LabourList, 2 November 2013

The financialisation of everyday life must be confronted

Costas Lapavitsas, New Statesman, 1 November 2013

The case for a public sector

Ken Livingstone, LabourList, 1 November 2013

What could you do with 70p?

Emily Thornberry, LabourList, 1 November 2013

Ukip has chanced upon the neglected part of British politics

Alex Andreou, Guardian, 1 November 2013

Green jobs: are they really too good to be true?

Faiza Shaheen, Left Foot Forward, 31 October 2013

It’s time to offer some hope and aspiration to those struggling

Ian Lavery, LabourList, 30 October 2013

The struggle begins

Ellie Mae O'Hagan, Morning Star, 26 October 2013

Free schools: our education system has been dismembered in pursuit of choice

Professor Stephen Ball, Guardian, 23 October 2013

The market is broken

Len McCluskey, LabourList, 22 October 2013

Families are forced to ‘rely’ on payday loans

Simon Read, The Independent, 12 July 2013

Calls to take action against ‘rip-off’ payday lenders as personal debt hits £158 billion

Max Salsbury, 24dash.com, 11 July 2013

University bans ‘rip-off money lenders’ from campus in support of new Parliament move

University of Sheffield, University of Sheffield News, 11 July 2013

Your chance to live in a Grand Design

Alex Johnson, The Independent blogs, 8 May 2013

In Land Revenue: the case for a Land Value Tax in the UK

Andy Hull, Labour List, 8 May 2013

Key think-tank paper calls for Land Value Tax in Britain

Newswire, Liberal Conspiracy, 8 May 2013

Land tax could trigger ‘house-building revolution’

Emily Twinch, Inside Housing, 8 May 2013

Cameron’s days in office may be numbered, but the national agenda is still set by the right

Owen Jones, The Independent, 10 March 2013

Let’s build more homes – who wouldn’t vote for that?

Zoe Williams, The Guardian, 7 March 2013

Time to step in to build the homes we need, in the places we need them

James Murray, The Guardian Professional Network, 2 November 2012

Is class politics still relevant? Well yes and no

James Bloodworth, The Independent, 2 October 2012

Whatever happened to the Labour Party?

Owen Jones, The Independent, 30 September 2012

Thinking that’s a Class apart

Carolyn Jones and Rachel Yates, Morning Star, 30 September 2012

All things being equal, it’s an idea whose time has come

Steve Hart, Tribune, 25 September 2012

Equality must be at the centre of a vision for a better society

Steve Hart, New Statesman, Current Account, 11 September 2012

Turning the spotlight

Anneliese Midgley, Morning Star, 9 September 2012

Why Inequality Matters

Katharine Round, Huffington Post, 7 September 2012

Unions back thinktank to remind Labour of roots in working lives

Hélène Mulholland, The Guardian, 16 August 2012

An issue of CLASS and the ever-continuing fight for the soul of the Labour party

Rupert Myers, Daily Mail, 29 June 2012

The British public backs Francois Hollande

Mehdi Hasan, New Statesman, 25 May 2012

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