‘Brexit red lines’ – the most progressive terms possible for the UK’s exit from the EU

Labour is now opposing toxic trade deals, but what sort of trade do we want? Asks Nick Dearden.


Increasing anti-semitism or disappearing Palestine?
The left’s Jewish problem, Jeremy Corbyn, Israel and anti-semitism by Dave Rich, reviewed by Paul Kelemen

A world without work: an interview with Nick Srnicek, co-author of Inventing the Future
The World Transformed organiser Joseph Todd speaks to Nick Srnicek about his recent book making the case for a post-work society

Momentum needs a strategy to win power in local elections
A radical democratic politics requires focus at the local as well as national level, write Gabriel Bristow and Simon Thorpe

Resisting airport expansion, from the ZAD to Heathrow
Kelvin Mason speaks to John Jordan who is squatting the site of a planned airport in France

Greater Manchester Law Centre: fighting for justice
Legal aid is a pillar of the welfare state under longstanding threat. Tanzil Chowdhury reports on the Greater Manchester Law Centre, a new project fighting back for justice.

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The pesticide in our parks, gardens, food, clothes and cosmetic products
Aisha Dodwell reports on the global battle to ban the chemical glyphosate

Book review: Place is the Passion by Bill Williamson
Folk singer Leon Rosselson reviews a book to help ordinary people understand the Israel / Palestine conflict.

Art, politics and potentias
A potentia is similar to a utopia but rooted in the here and now. Danielle Child speaks to artist Jane Lawson about her forthcoming project Second Degree Potentias.

Why we need a world without borders
The right to live where you want should be as fundamental as the right to vote, says Alex Scrivener


How the left can win

Jeremy Gilbert says that no single party can defeat neoliberalism. A broader social movement is needed

Putting the people back in politics

The new politics is about much more than protest, writes Hilary Wainwright. But it’s about much more than parliamentarism too

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Right now, with the rise of Jeremy Corbyn, there is a real possibility of a resurgence of the left in Britain. With mainstream media showing clear bias against Corbyn, this new left movement urgently needs its own strong voices.

Women for democracy in Turkey?

Melanie Pichler and Edma Ajanović interview five feminist academics from Academics for Peace on the political situation in Turkey and the role of women's groups in fighting for structural change

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Nowhere to go: Sisters Uncut demand homes free from violence
South East London Sisters Uncut stormed Southwark Council’s quarterly cabinet to highlight the council’s failure to support domestic violence survivors. Emma Snaith reports

Return to Drax
Frances Howe challenges the validity of 'renewable energy' subsidies for biomass and introduces a new wave of action against Drax power station

Vacancy: new section editor
Join the Red Pepper team to write and commission content on racism and xenophobia.

Welcome to Liverpool - a heartland of the rebel cause
Thousands of activists will arrive in Liverpool this month for the Labour Party Conference and its fringe events. Jenny Nelson recommends places to visit and introduces the local political scene

Housing and land activists to join forces
In the run up to a November event Robin Grey makes the case for urban and rural communities to work together to tackle land rights, ownership and usage

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