A Robin Hood Tax would work. Trust me, I used to work for a hedge fund

I quit the City to become a Labour councillor because I was disillusioned by how.

I was convicted for protesting against fracking. As a councillor, I have no regrets

Taking direct action against fracking wasn’t an impulsive decision but a last resort. I had.

Hammond’s budget picked Tory ideology over boosting Britain’s economy

The Chancellor should have taken the chance to revive a stagnating UK. Instead he scrimped.

LIVE: Progressives respond to Hammond’s budget

Here’s what the left has to say about the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement. No other budget.

From Uber to the University of London, migrant workers are standing together

A growing campaign to bring workers back in-house suggests solidarity isn’t dead after all. Under.

McDonald’s workers are going back on strike – and this time it will spread

“Now we’ve started, it will just snowball,” one of the key strikers tells Left Foot.

A watchdog has called for an urgent review of police tactics at fracking protests

Acting on orders from the government, the police are protecting a deeply unpopular industry and.

Proposed new legislation on the ‘gig economy’ doesn’t go far enough. Here’s why.

A draft bill suggests new rules on the minimum wage and how the government can.

To stop climate change, look to direct action not conferences

An activist reports from fossil fuel protests surrounding the UN climate summit in Germany. As.

A ‘People’s Land Bank’ may the answer to the housing crisis

A national body directing home building on vacant public land could be the bold solution.