10 September 2019

Mark Perryman, editor of our new book, Corbynism from Below, makes the case for bottom-up tactical campaigning.

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Some books are different. They have an immediacy and a life about them that is the product of the collective, rather than individual inspiration. This is certainly true of ‘Our Mary’. It was...

9 April 2019
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Mary Kaldor puts the case for a second referendum – and argues that the Labour leadership needs to listen to its overwhelmingly pro-remain supporters and members. 

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In this special preview of Renewal 27.1., James Stafford and Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite argue that Conservative dishonesty over Brexit has put Labour in a dangerous position. By holding back from formulating a coherent and...

6 March 2019
JOURNAL

Soundings teamed up with The World Transformed (TWT) to organise ‘Transforming Political Education’ at Rich Mix in East London on 16 February. We wanted to explore how the contemporary left can learn from activism and different kinds of education projects to...

1 February 2019

Stuart Hall – teacher, cultural theorist, campaigner, and founder and co-editor of Soundings – was born in Kingston, Jamaica on February 3rd 86 years ago. One of the founding figures of British Cultural Studies, Stuart is remembered for...

17 January 2019
JOURNAL

After the failure of the No Confidence vote, Mark Perryman outlines the hard choices Labour now has to make. 

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7 November 2018

We’re pleased to announce L&W’s top 10 views and downloads for autumn 2018: an eclectic and topical mix of free to view content that reflects your interests as well as the wider political landscape.
 

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12 October 2018
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With the final parliamentary debates over our departure from the EU a matter of weeks away, Mark Perryman...

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