23 October 2016

Corbynism and the rise of left populism

Jeremy Corbyn, through mass support, fought off the attempted coup by Blairite MPs and their supporters; even increasing his majority in the second Labour leadership contest in 12 months. But the Labour right and behind them the strategists of British capitalism remain unreconciled to his victory

19 October 2016

No backtracks, no compromises: we must fight for real democracy in Labour

Mandatory reselection is not about intimidation as those seeking to smear Corbyn and his supporters attempt to claim. It is basic democracy.

19 October 2016

TUSC discusses new tasks after Corbyn victory

TUSC is again appealing to Labour councillors to join the resistance to the Tories' austerity

12 October 2016

Tories’ £5bn for housing not enough

The Tory party conference made its play for our support by appearing to announce £5 billion for a mass house building programme. They gleefully pledged they will be the party to alleviate the huge burden of crippling housing costs on working people.

12 October 2016

Say no to fracking!

Tory minister Sajid Javid is permitting Caudrilla to drill wells to frack for gas at Preston New Road, Little Plumpton

12 October 2016

Where next for the BMA - is the junior doctors' dispute really all over?

Having called off the strike action and lost the court case, many will be wondering if it's all over for the junior doctors. Will they now be forced onto the new contracts with all that entails for their pay, working lives and the threat to NHS services?

12 October 2016

Suicidal phone calls: fight to reverse tax credit cuts

Concentrix, a private US firm used by HM Revenue and Customs to cut tax credit payments, has been receiving suicidal calls from claimants - as a result of losing their payments thrusting them deeper into poverty.

12 October 2016

Tories whip up division over Brexit

Fight for a socialist, internationalist exit: The Brexit vote was a democratic uprising - a rejection by millions of working class people of the establishment.

5 October 2016

Tories out!

The Tories are divided, led by a prime minister with no mandate, holding a majority of just 12 seats. A mass movement can bring down this vicious government, and their Blairite shadows.

5 October 2016

Combative, vibrant unions should be central to the Corbyn movement

The debate about the correct approach for the Corbyn movement is manifesting itself within the trade union movement too.

12 October 2016

Butterfields victory: housing crisis can be beaten

When we organise and fight back, we can win. That's the lesson of the Butterfields Won't Budge campaign.

5 October 2016

Fighting racism today

The police killing spree in the United States has unleashed a mass movement. It has also uncovered anew the ties between the profit system and endemic racism. The struggle against racism must also be the struggle for a socialist society.

28 September 2016

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us including pension plunderers and coaster crimes.

28 September 2016

Socialist speaks at UN

A member of the Socialist Party's sister party in Sweden spoke at the United Nations about the Pakistani regime's brutal repression of Balochistan

28 September 2016

What We Saw

Socialist Liverpool FC supporters' group Spirit of Shankly recently unveiled its new banner. As well as combining Liverpool and Everton colours, the banner prominently features Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell. It also backs foodbanks and carries union endorsements.

28 September 2016

Theresa May attacks migrants and refugees

Theresa May's speech at the United Nations, trying to blame destitute migrants for eroding support for refugees, is part of a cynical attack on the right to asylum.

28 September 2016

School students late and hungry due to privatised trains

Just weeks after Jeremy Corbyn was taken to task by the media for highlighting overcrowding on trains under privatisation, more evidence has emerged of its effects.

28 September 2016

Incompetent bosses waste £46 million suspending public sector workers

Bosses in the public sector have spent £46 million suspending workers over the past three years.

28 September 2016

One million victims of 'rogue' landlords

A million renters are suffering at the hands of 'rogue landlords', finds a report for housing charity Shelter.

28 September 2016

Consolidate the Corbyn victory

Jeremy Corbyn

Many Corbyn supporters hope Labour can unify around an anti-austerity programme to defeat the Tories. It was soon clear, however, that the right won't accept the democratic will of Labour Party members.

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