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IMO: The Labour Purge – A Closed Party?

As thousands of registered Labour Party supporters are having their votes disbarred for quite unclear reasons, Aaron asks what we can expect to happen to Labour if they try and close down their internal electoral processes.

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Communicating Capitalism: 7 Basics for the Uninitiated

by Ben Hollis

Housing, inequality, technology, the environment - all these things tie into a system called capitalism. Ever grappled with what people really mean by this? Here's a bumper guide to just a few of the basics.
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Interview: Jeremy Corbyn

Aaron Bastani talks to Labour leadership hopeful Jeremy Corbyn about his candidacy and asks what a Corbyn government would mean for constitutional reform, policing, care work, sexism and more besides.


The Invention Of Whiteness

On this weeks Novara FM, Ash Sarkar is joined by Kerem Niscanioglu as they discuss the discursive formation of whiteness thoughout history.

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Jeremy Corbyn: Have You Seen This Man?

Have you seen this man? After his recent poll victory we visited Jeremy Corbyn's constituency endz in Islington to find out what the people thought of his leadership bid. Watch out for our interview with the man himself, coming this tuesday on #NovaraTV

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IMO: David Cameron, Insulated, Entitled Fanatic?

On Monday the Prime Minister outlined his 5 year plan to deal with extremism. On this week's IMOBastani Aaron asks whether UK muslims are allowed to disagree with the status quo without being titled extremists.

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Feature: Damned if EU do, damned if EU don't

by Carl Rowlands

The long-awaited in-out referendum on the UK's membership of the EU is set to happen in 2016 or 2017. Arguably lenient to EU membership historically, the Greek experience is making many question whether the left should push for Brexit.
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OMFG: When Were White People Invented?

Ash Sarkar asks the people of London one question: When were white people invented?, looking at the way racial structures have emerged in the past and where that leaves the identity of 'whiteness' today.


IMO: Mhairi Black and Jeremy Corbyn – The End of Centrism?

An overwhelming level of social media interaction with SNP MP Mhairi Black's maiden speech and the sharp narrowing of bookies odds on radical Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn lead Aaron Bastani to wonder if this year spells the end for centrist forces in party politics.