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15 January 2020
The process to elect a new leader of the Labour Party is underway and poses an essential question. What will happen to the potential, opened up by Jeremy Corbyn's unexpected leadership victory in 2015, to win a mass party in the interests of the working class?
6 November 2019
Whose side are you on? That was the theme of Jeremy Corbyn's speech launching Labour's election campaign
30 October 2019
As the parliamentary Brexit crisis drags on, the already deep distrust of capitalist politicians is being further undermined
9 October 2019
Performing arts union Equity has launched a manifesto for a big expansion of culture provision and jobs. It calls for a massive hike in public funding, higher wages, more public ownership, and greater input from artists and communities into what gets made.
25 September 2019
Six defeats in parliament in six weeks. A 'majority' of minus 44. And now the highest court in the land has ruled that Johnson unlawfully prorogued parliament
15 May 2019
The top 1,000 wealthiest individuals and families in Britain are sitting on a record £771.3 billion, up £47.8 billion in a year. This astonishing fact is in this year's Sunday Times Rich List.
17 April 2019
MPs get extension after extension on their Brexit crisis. But there are no extensions for workers and young people on our suffocating rent and bills.
6 March 2019
80 people gathered in Victoria Square at the Hull Trade Union Council (TUC) anti-austerity rally to show their backing for Jeremy Corbyn.
20 February 2019
The anti-austerity committee of Leeds Trade Union Council (TUC) - which brings together the city's unions - presented its alternative city budget at a special public meeting on 12 February.
30 January 2019
"Christmas is only just over and it's already the end of May".
That was the comment of one social media user after the government's historic 15 January defeat in parliament on the Brexit deal.
30 January 2019
Two years ago, Wakefield district's council declared that it could no longer guarantee service provision for even the most needy.
30 January 2019
Councils must save domestic violence services: Already this week, two women will have died due to domestic violence. By the end of the week, there will have been five
18 December 2018
"On the fifth day of Christmas, the Tories gave to us... Austerity!"
28 November 2018
Haringey Labour Party members have been shocked and outraged by the announcement that their north London council is considering cuts of a further 10% in its budget
21 November 2018
May's government is on the brink and the prospect of her Brexit deal getting through parliament currently appears slim
14 November 2018
Will Moniba support the use of reserves and prudential borrowing powers to legally stave off cuts?
7 November 2018
A new report from the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) has set out the ability of Labour councils to resist cuts.
26 September 2018
Has the Labour Party conference - taking place in Liverpool - made changes to the party that have equipped it to be fully capable of leading the fight against austerity?
12 September 2018
The National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) rally at the Trade Union Congress was a meeting of over 200 working class militants sharing their experiences to best fight the Tories, the bosses and their austerity.
4 August 2018
May's government teeters so close to the edge that - especially if it were faced with a mass movement, headed-up by Jeremy Corbyn along with the trade union and labour movement as a whole - it could be forced out within no time.
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