It may seem blasphemous to neoliberals, but a universal basic wage may be the only choice we have.
We have to ask ourselves: can we bear to live in a nation where millionares are welcomed while the vulnerable risk being deported?
No sick person responds to their diagnosis by thinking, “I can scam taxpayers for £73 a week!”
The time is coming when everyone who believes in equality and social justice must decide where they stand on the issue of trans rights.
Rough sleeping has almost doubled in London in the past few years and private businesses are making it tough for the new homeless to put down their blankets.
Nobody should have to play the frightened victim to make basic choices about her future.
There is nothing we can do to make normal or “appropriate” the death of a dear friend, or a beloved public figure.
The mindset that believes, against all evidence, that governments are just desperate to give money to anyone who isn’t white, male and a citizen.
Sexual performance is still the only power this society grants to young women, and it grants it grudgingly, rushing to judge and humiliate them whenever they claim it.
The religious language of sin and shame informs Tory welfare rhetoric, with its pulpit-thumping over "strivers" and "scroungers". But their overhaul has nothing to do with compassion or principle.
Of all future subjects of our new infant overlord, none are more scapegoated than teenage single mums. Let's not forget about them and their children today.