Anna Johnston documents the disproportionate impacts of the Covid-19 crisis on women.

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Alister Wedderburn discusses the imact of Covid-19 on our experiences of time. 

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Joy White on inequality and Covid-19 in Newham, London. 

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Karen Patel on race, inequality and Covid-19 in the UK craft sector. 

After the...


Riccardo delivering care packages on behalf of QPG Hub, one of the neighbourhood organisations funded by Queen’s...

Marina Prentoulis (University of East Anglia), Óscar García Agustín (Aalborg University), Ana Santamarina GuerreroDavid Featherstone and Lazaros Karaliotas...

The UK government thinks only about restarting the economy as fast as possible. But there has never been a better time for thinking about alternative takes on the economy. Soundings editor ...

28 April 2020

Deborah Grayson on the politics of neighbourliness in the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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20 April 2020

Mike Makin-Waite explores the myths and realities of Labour’s ‘traditional base’.  

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11 October 2019

Jeremy Corbyn was elected on a wave of hope for a ‘new politics’: for a more humane, equal, democratic, anti-racist and sustainable society. It was against this background that The World Transformed (...

9 April 2019

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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6 March 2019

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...

17 January 2019

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

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12 October 2018

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

This blog is a piece from the forthcoming Soundings issue 70. 

 

Richard Kuper, Brendan McGeever, Lynne Segal and Nira Yuval-Davis, in discussion with Jamie Hakim and Ben Little

The discussion...

2 April 2018

In John Le Carré’s spy novel, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, published in 1974 (and made all the more memorable for the TV series based on it 1977), a Soviet double agent, Bill Hayden, has virtually gained control of the British secret service. This undeniably brilliant mole, eventually unmasked by...

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