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3 May 2017

Jeremy Corbyn's workers' charter

Restoring, defending and strengthening trade union rights - as the most effective way to fight for more secure employment and better wages - is a major theme of the programme

2 May 2017

Bob Crow's socialist legacy

When Bob Crow died in 2014 the trade union movement lost one of its best known and most determined fighters. Peter Taaffe reviews a new biography of Bob

26 April 2017

What we saw

Looking for an affordable home in east London? How about a caretaker's storeroom round the back of a poorhouse for 350,000?

26 April 2017

Tory trouble

Three leading staff members have already resigned from the Tory campaign team.

26 April 2017

Cuts, profit and bureaucracy lead to 50% rise in mental health deaths

Cuts are putting at least 11,000 mental health patients each year at greater risk of suicide because they are not promptly followed up after leaving in-patient care.

26 April 2017

40% of GPs plan to quit - reverse all NHS cuts and sell-offs!

445 GPs quit in England in the last three months of 2016, according to NHS data. And two in five more plan on leaving their position, says a Department of Health-funded survey.

26 April 2017

200,000 empty homes - 250,000 homeless - end property speculation

Over 200,000 homes in England sat empty for at least six months last year, according to investment firm Property Partner's analysis of government figures

26 April 2017

Refugee rescue

Over 1,000 migrants have died trying to cross the Mediterranean so far this year, according to the United Nations

26 April 2017

Benefit bullies

A man with chronic health problems died after the hated 'work capability assessment' found him 'fit to work'

21 April 2017

Len McCluskey re-election - a defeat for the right

The Socialist Party welcomes the re-election of Len McCluskey as General Secretary of Unite. His victory over Gerard Coyne is a defeat for the Tories and the capitalist establishment as well as the Blairites within Labour.

19 April 2017

Benefits workers oppose 'rape clause' and two-child limit

The prospect of explaining this inhumane process to women who have already experienced horrific trauma is unacceptable

19 April 2017

What kind of movement is needed to save our NHS?

The life and death struggle for the future of the NHS, against the onslaught of cuts and privatisation, has now entered a new phase.

19 April 2017

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us. Cutters get half a billion; care cut by 142 a person. 15 million payday for health secretary; 500 ambulances turned back from A&Es

19 April 2017

Joint struggle can stop tuition fee interest hike

Millions of students and former students will be affected by an increase in interest rates on their student loans

19 April 2017

Fight the Sun's bigoted lies

Once again, self-styled 'man of the people' Kelvin MacKenzie is making the news with more anti-working class smears against the people of Liverpool

19 April 2017

900 carers quit a day - nationalise social care now

Over 900 carers quit every day last year in England

18 April 2017

Defeat the millionaires' Tory government

Jeremy Corbyn must fight the election with socialist policies: Theresa May's decision to call a general election reflects the government's weakness in the face of a rising tide of anger in Britain

12 April 2017

School cuts can be beaten

Schools are under the greatest threat for more than a generation and an equally powerful response is needed. In the next couple of months, the scale of the cuts will be evident

12 April 2017

Livingstone, Labour and anti-Semitism

The continuing battle over Ken Livingstone's Labour Party membership has shown how the issue of anti-Semitism has become an important part of the party's internal struggle.

12 April 2017

Scrap the Tory 'rape clause' and all benefit attacks

Changes to child tax credits and the 'Universal Credit' benefit system will mean that people making a new claim from 6 April will have the number of children they can claim for capped at two. One exception to this is if the third child was born as a result of what the government calls "non-consensual conception."


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