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.
This vote shows that people do care about democracy
The English left will only succeed if it includes democratic demands alongside its economic strategies.
Facing the facts: a progressive strategy for 2020
Labour has never secured a convincing majority from opposition and implemented a progressive programme. To believe...
As the old parties offer dull prospects for London, what can they learn from Take Back the City?
A group of young, diverse activists in London have much to teach the old parties.
Podcast: a beginner's guide to the Labour Party
What is the Labour Party and how can new members get involved?
Why did ‘working-class culture’ disintegrate in the 1980s? A sort of reply to Paul Mason
We must recognise the vital role of the working class in shaping their own culture.
The Doreen Massey we knew
Doreen Massey (1944-2016): was a feminist, socialist geographer who shaped our understanding of space, gender and...