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Dave Nellist and Jeremy Corbyn at the Burston school rally, 4.9.16, photo by Teresa Mackay

Dave Nellist and Jeremy Corbyn

26 October 2016

Readmit expelled socialists

More than 60 socialists with over 800 years of Labour Party membership between them, have signed a letter calling for their re-admittance to the Labour Party

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28 September 2016

Unison Broad Left meeting

On 23 and 24 September Unison's South East region held their 'strategy weekend' for 2016 in Woking, Surrey, involving around 70 activists.

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26 September 2016

Dave Nellist welcomes Corbyn's re-election

"It's an excellent result. Jeremy's decisive victory over a concerted effort to take Labour back to the Blair days will give heart to socialists outside the Labour Party, too"

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21 September 2016

Battle lines drawn: build a real mass party of the 99%


Polls are closing in the Labour leadership election. It is no exaggeration to say that this is a pivotal moment for the Labour, trade union and anti-austerity movements.

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7 September 2016

Should socialists give electoral support to Labour right?

Is backing Blairites at elections necessary to defeat the right's lie that Corbyn's Labour is 'unelectable'? A reader wrote a letter to the Socialist's editors raising this important question. The editors respond.

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24 August 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Rizty cinema workers ballot for fresh round of pay strikes; unsuccessful Blairite strategist calls for crushing of rail unions.

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24 August 2016

Trump in trouble - political polarisation deepens

The US presidential election campaign is heading into its final phase now the Democratic and Republican conventions are over. The result was the anointing of the two most unpopular major party nominees in living memory, although Donald Trump is winning the unpopularity competition.

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9 August 2016

#KeepCorbyn: stand firm for socialism

Attempting to defeat the movement behind Jeremy Corbyn are all the forces of the capitalist establishment. It would be wrong to be complacent about Labour's leadership election. Nonetheless, so far each attempt by the right at gerrymandering has been thwarted.

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13 July 2016

Spain: Disappointment for left in re-run general election

The results of the 26 June re-run general elections in Spain were without doubt very disappointing for many activists, and for broad layers of workers and youth. All opinion polls pointed to the much-coveted 'sorpasso' - ie the alternative left overtaking the ex-social democratic PSOE as the main opposition to the right-wing PP (People's Party).

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13 July 2016

Vote Chas Berry for Napo national chair

Socialist Party member Chas Berry, currently vice-chair of the National Association of Probation Officers (Napo), is a candidate in the union's election for national chair. Ballot papers go out on 15 July and voting closes on 25 August. Chas outlines his election programme

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29 June 2016

Sanders' strategy runs up against the buffers

US presidential election: Despite left-wing presidential candidate Bernie Sanders saying he will work with his rival Hillary Clinton to "stop Trump" and "transform the Democratic Party", millions of his supporters are looking for a way to continue the "political revolution".

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27 June 2016

Stop the Blairite coup!

Fight for an anti-austerity party for the 99%. A demo has been called this evening

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22 June 2016

After the EU referendum...get the Tories out!

Whatever the referendum result, working and middle class people will still have to fight austerity cuts to our living standards and privatisation of our public services.

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15 June 2016

Unison conference 2016: fighting leadership needed more than ever

While member-led initiatives for strike action are thrown in the dustbin, democracy at the very top of the union now has massive question marks hanging over it following the scandal surrounding the recent general secretary election.

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1 June 2016

Blairite baloney

Disgruntled Labour right wingers are producing a new pamphlet trying to explain why they lost the 2015 general election.

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25 May 2016

Austria - Hofer defeated, but far-right threat remains

In the run-off second round election for Austria's presidency, Alexander Van der Bellen from the Green Party narrowly defeated Norbert Hofer, the candidate of the far-right Freedom Party.

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25 May 2016

Socialist inbox

Letters to the editors: EU, Paul Mason and nukes, Leicester FC, board game, Michelle Bridge 1973-2016.

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11 May 2016

Over 1,800 votes for TUSC candidate in Bristol

Bristol's mayoral election saw the TUSC vote rise by over 450 from 2012 to 1,876 first preference votes.

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11 May 2016

Wales: no change and all change

On the surface there has not been a huge change in the political complexion of the Welsh government - Welsh Labour lost just one seat and will be able to hold on as a minority government. But under the surface the election showed how much things have changed in Welsh politics.

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11 May 2016

TUSC election campaigns show opposition to cuts

Elections took place on 5 May for the Scottish Parliament, the National Assembly for Wales, the Greater London Authority, and for 124 local authorities in England. The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition stood to show opposition to the cuts consensus.

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