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20 September 2017
Celebrated dissident Aung San Suu Kyi collaborates with military junta: She has long danced to the tune of western capitalism's interests, but may now be more influenced by the rise of China
26 July 2017
The mayor of Peterborough postponed a council meeting due to protests in the public gallery against Tory councillor Andy Coles
3 July 2017
The 'not guilty' verdict for the Jobstown anti-water charges protesters was a stunning blow to the capitalist establishment
29 June 2017
In a crushing defeat for the Irish political establishment and ruling class, the jury in the #jobstownnotguilty case in Ireland found all six defendants not guilty
28 June 2017
As we go to press, the verdict is expected in the Jobstown trial in Ireland. Six peaceful protesters face trumped-up charges of 'false imprisonment'
25 May 2017
PCS members at the Equality and Human Rights Commission are on strike
10 May 2017
People from across Yorkshire came together to discuss the background of the Jobstown trial and the impact that the verdicts could have on Ireland and beyond
10 May 2017
The trial of Jobstown protesters in Ireland is an attack on the right to protest, but it is also an attack on the working class communities of Tallaght
10 May 2017
To justify calls to reduce the foreign aid budget, parts of the capitalist establishment have pointed to the corruption that permeates the business of aid
3 May 2017
Burton claimed to stand in the tradition of Marxist James Connolly!
26 April 2017
The trial of seven anti-austerity protesters in Ireland runs concurrently to the UK election
26 April 2017
The origins of May Day lie in the great struggles in America by working people for shorter working hours at the end of the 19th century, and the martyrdom of union leaders executed 130 years ago.
19 April 2017
On 24 April the biggest political trial in Ireland for a generation will begin
12 April 2017
Simon Coveny, the Fine Gael Minister responsible for Water Charges in Ireland, endured a torrid time in the Dáil (Irish Parliament) on 6 April as Socialist Party member and Dublin South West TD (MP) Paul Murphy exposed his party's attempts to smuggle the iniquitous water charges in through the back door.
5 April 2017
The 'Assembly for Justice' in Dublin was an inspiring display of working class solidarity with those facing trial for 'false imprisonment'
15 February 2017
Ten government equality staff were sacked by email and had to clear their desks
8 February 2017
The military victory in Aleppo by Assad's regime and its foreign backers was a turning point in the war in Syria. It has put the Syrian government once more in formal control of the country's main urban centres. Serge Jordan of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) examines if this is the prelude to a broader peace settlement that could end the horrors inflicted on the Syrian people.
1 February 2017
John McInally looks at how the TUC reacted to the trade union laws and what comes next.
7 December 2016
Socialismo Revolucionário (SR - CWI in Portugal) is being targeted by the leadership of the Left Bloc, with threats of expulsions and exclusions. An Inquiry Committee has been opened against our members.
30 November 2016
Hunger strikes and suicides have increased dramatically in British detention centres. A Freedom of Information request showed that out of an estimated 7,500 detainees over three months, 218 were on hunger strike. 109 had attempted suicide, with 649 on suicide watch.
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