The Workers Who Wanted to Stop Making Weapons and Start Waging War on Climate Change
In the 1970s, workers at a defence manufacturer in Lancashire came up with a radical idea to start making things that would be better for society.
All the News You Need to Read This Morning
White working class children 'lack aspiration and drive' of migrant communities, says Ofsted chief.
All The News You Need To Read This Morning
Nerve agent used to poison a former spy could still be present in Salisbury
Angus Take House
Worst Take of the Week: Moby on Food Stamps vs 'Bus Travel Is Middle Class'
The week in misunderstanding the working class experience.
We Need to Break the 'Class Ceiling' in UK Politics
The Commons has more women, LGBT and ethnic minority MPs than ever before, but we're still struggling for working class voices.
Read the Best Stuff We've Published This Election
Few hours to kill before the election night pub sesh, why not read the stuff we're proudest of publishing?
How Labour Lost the Working Class
For a hundred years Teesside was the steel capital of the world and a Labour heartland. Now, for the first time in generations, it's turning blue.
Calling Bullshit on the Tories' Pledge to Look After Workers
Let's take look at the promises of the historical party of the ruling class towards the unwashed masses.
'I've Finally Put Words to My Pain': Johnny Harris On His Boxing Film, 'Jawbone'
We went to Carney's Community Centre to speak to the 'This Is England' actor about masculinity, expression and the politics of being working class.
What the Reaction to Prince Harry's 'Stigma Shattering' Says About Mental Health in the UK
If you're not frustrated at the lack of state help, I can only assume you've never had to rely on the NHS for treatment.
This Fiery Tunisian Soup Is Not for the Faint of Heart
A gutbomb of chickpeas, stale bread, eggs, and a whole lot of harissa, lablabi is a favourite of the Tunisian working class.
What Call Centres Can Tell Us About Bleakness and Resistance in the Modern Workplace
Nobody likes being cold called, but spare a thought for the person on the other end of the phone who doesn't want to be there either.