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2 September 2015

Them & Us

The rich have it easy, the rest of us struggle. Super-rich bosses can now literally swim in the sky.

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2 September 2015

Corbyn campaign: surges, purges and preparation

'Corbynmania' saw no let up throughout August. Thousands thronged to hear the left-wing candidate for Labour leader across the land. Meanwhile, the party's Blairite bureaucracy is trying to purge new supporters and skew the election.

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6 August 2015

Pat Wall - a lifetime fighting for socialism

25 years ago today, Pat Wall - a giant of the workers' movement - passed away. Here we republish an obituary from the Militant newspaper

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5 August 2015

Abolish the House of Lords!

The sex-and-drugs scandal and subsequent resignation from the House of Lords by Baron Sewel of Gilcomstoun merely re-confirms that Britain's political elite is rotten and out of touch with the real world.

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5 August 2015

Jeremy Corbyn: Thousands rally to anti-austerity appeal

Jeremy Corbyn's nomination for Labour leadership has transformed the contest. In contrast to the three varieties of Blairite 'austerity lite' on offer, he has captured a mood.

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9 July 2015

Angry protests and solidarity

Four disabled activists were arrested on budget day as protesters were manhandled by police

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8 July 2015

Janner case: more establishment child abuse cover-ups

The news that allegations of child sexual abuse committed by Lord Greville Janner are to be heard in court is to be welcomed.

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17 June 2015

Turkey: historic breakthrough for left

Turkey's political landscape was shaken on 7 June. On election night, the feeling of left and Kurdish activists mirrored that of the Gezi Park movement in the summer of 2013. The ruling right-wing, conservative AKP suffered a huge blow.

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29 May 2015

Determination to fight back on a new scale

The chant "Tory scum, here we come" echoed through Westminster's streets

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27 May 2015

'Spiderman' and political lobbying

The Guardian newspaper recently won its ten year legal battle to publish the "black spider memos" - letters written in spidery writing between Prince Charles and government ministers under Tony Blair

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20 May 2015

Tory war on youth

Protest at re-opening of parliament on 27 May: Shock at election result has quickly turned into anger and action

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15 May 2015

Civil disobedience day

YFJ plans protests on Wednesday 27th May, the day of the state opening of the new parliament

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15 April 2015

Dysfunctional system

44. Britain effectively now has a five party system, excluding Scotland and Wales. In terms of the balance of power in Westminster, it will be a six party system, as the SNP could be the third biggest

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'Cash for access' scandal shows MPs still have their snouts in the trough, cartoon Alan Hardman

25 February 2015

Kick out corrupt politicians

For workers' MPs on a workers' wage: What has changed in the two decades since parliament's first 'cash for questions' scandal? 'Nothing at all,' is the answer. Former ministers Jack Straw and Malcolm Rifkind have been caught offering to sell the influence of their public positions

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Green Party leader Natalie Bennett, photo Paul Mattsson

28 January 2015

Is the Green Party the answer?

Widespread electoral disillusionment with the Tory, Labour and Lib Dem establishment parties has opened up a political vacuum. Claire Laker-Mansfield questions whether the Green Party provides the answer to the lack of working class political representation.

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Stop the cuts!

Stop the cuts!

10 December 2014

Osborne's savage cuts: No return to the 1930s!

The Tories plan to send us back to the 1930s. The Office for Budget Responsibility said public spending levels will be thrown back 80 years if Osborne's Autumn Statement plans are implemented

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The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition stands for rent control and building council housing, photo Waltham Forest TUSC

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition stands for rent control and building council housing, photo Waltham Forest TUSC

26 November 2014

Housing crisis! What do socialists say?

The housing crisis is hitting everyone in the face. The mainstream press, politicians and economists all feign concern. Not to mention the real concern of those of us actually affected by it!

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26 November 2014

Fast Food Rights campaign

50 supporters of the Fast Food Rights campaign lobbied outside Parliament as those inside were discussing a private members bill to limit the use of zero-hour contracts

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29 October 2014

Australia: The sacking of a government

Gough Whitlam, former Australian Prime Minister, has died at the age of 98. His time in government raises important concerns for the working class about so-called democracy under capitalism

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3 September 2014

Clacton Tory MP defects to Ukip

A new Punch and Judy show: MP Douglas Carswell has left the Tories and joined Ukip, resigning from parliament to trigger a byelection

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