Jeremy Corbyn has helped reconstruct political discourse where people are inspired to vote for rather than against something, writes Jane Watkinson.
The failures of the market are protected by the state, whilst that same state unleashes a political programme that creates record levels of household debt, writes Jane Watkinson.
Jane Watkinson critically looks at some of the issues shaping the left debate on Brexit – including an analysis of the EU’s ideological and institutional promotion of liberalisation and capital mobility.
Why do Americans continue to insist on speaking about their political options – particularly Democrats and Republicans – as ‘liberal’ or ‘conservative’? The answer is in the question, writes Jay Baker.
Jane Watkinson looks at the links between capitalism, Christmas, and debt, the concept of debt peonage, consumption, and the associated environmental crisis.
The evident geographical inequality is another example of the class project that has dominated the political and economic landscape of the last 30-40 years: neoliberalism, writes Jane Watkinson.
Jane Watkinson looks at the Alston Report on UK poverty and its connections with neoliberalism as a class project.
Jane Watkinson on Judith Butler’s work on the recognition of vulnerability.
If we’re supposed to work to live rather than live to work, surely it’s time we let the automated machinery carry out the tedious tasks we loathe, writes Jay Baker.