Jeremy Gilbert is Professor of Cultural and Political Theory, a writer, researcher and activist based at the University of East London. His most recent book is Common Ground. See jeremygilbert.org for more information, or follow @jemgilbert.
Labour let the right shape both sides of the Brexit debate
Labour’s defeat and the triumph of Johnsonism part 4: Brexit.
Labour should have argued against the last 40 years, not just the last ten
Labour’s defeat and the triumph of Johnsonism: part three, the narrative.
Corbyn was intensely moral, but never a working class hero
Labour’s defeat and the triumph of Johnsonism, part two: Corbyn’s leadership.
It was the centrist dads who lost it
Labour's defeat and the triumph of Johnsonism, part one.
Published in: openDemocracyUKAn inevitable division: the politics and consequences of the Labour split
It’s the changing nature of class and capital that’s caused this split – and should shape the Left’s response to it....
Published in: openDemocracyUKRadical democracy and municipal movements
Can politics in cities and in Corbyn’s Labour Party come together to facilitate potent collectivities through an...