- Election 2017: A Comparison of Labour and Conservative Manifestos
- Briefing: Spending Review 2015
- Briefing: Manifesto summary - the smaller parties
- Briefing: Extending the right to buy
- Briefing: Publicly-owned railways
- Election 2015: What’s at stake for the NHS?
- In the public interest
- Renewing Public Ownership
- The Stakes: Public Services
- Day 4: Class, privilege and Oxbridge.
- Day1: Brexit: Implications for young people
- 4 Reasons Grammar Schools are a Bad Idea
- 4 reasons why negotiating new trade deals won’t be easy after Brexit
- The mountain of student debt weighing on our young people may soon get even bigger.
- Brexit is not the answer to the new generation of free trade agreements
- It’s time to halt the UK’s great public asset boot sale and build Britain’s first social wealth fund
- Looking ahead: what Class did next
- Spending review 2015: Your Guide
- Selling off the government’s stake in housing associations is the endgame for social housing
- Selling off the Eurostar sets Britain apart from the rest of the world
- Why are the Tories so sanguine about adding £60 billion to public debt?
- Privatising Network Rail is a disastrous idea
- Against Aspiration
- The People’s Post: Why we need a strong public voice at the heart of our postal services
- Rail privatisation unspun
- The Impact of Private Providers and Competition on our NHS
- This election will decide whether the NHS will survive or perish
- Reversing the rising poverty tide requires fundamental change
- Look after employment and the budget deficit will take care of itself
- If we’re going to tackle the A&E crisis, we need to address NHS privatisation
- The Hinchingbrooke fiasco proves privatisation is not the way to fix the NHS
- Labour needs to nationalise the railways
- The marketisation of education is destroying our universities
- A Market Socialist Alternative to Neo-Liberal Austerity?
- There are some things too important to be left to the market