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12 February 2020

Streatham attack: Johnson's bill can't stop terror

"It's only February and this has already happened." The response from Becky Smyths, a resident of Streatham where terrorist stabbings took place on 2 February.

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12 February 2020

Trade unions - new decade, new challenges

The unions and their members are facing serious challenges - not least a Boris Johnson-led Tory government with a working majority.

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12 February 2020

Build independent workers' media with May Day greetings

The working class needs its own independent media to represent its own interests. This is ever more evident in the hopeless confusion and monstrous smears from the established press. We need organised workers to support the alternative - the Socialist newspaper.

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12 February 2020

Foreign Office workers' strike

One week into a month-long strike PCS union members working for Interserve at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London were joined by the Trade Union Congress and PCS general secretaries and Labour Party Socialist Campaign Group MPs, including Jeremy Corbyn, on their 11 February picket line to mark 'heart unions' week.

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12 February 2020

Westex workers win increased pay offer in 11th week of strike

The Westex carpet workers in Yorkshire are now into their 11th week of strike action. The strike is solid and no Unite the Union member has crossed the picket line.

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12 February 2020

Windrush deportations: end the hostile environment

Two years after the Windrush scandal, the Home Office has operated a charter flight to Jamaica forcibly deporting Jamaican-born British citizens. Tragically, this will tear many families apart.

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12 February 2020

Solidarity with Turkish workers

Socialist Party members joined a protest on 8 February called by the campaign Solidarity with the People of Turkey (SPOT - the Socialist Party and the National Shop Stewards Network are both on its committee)

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5 February 2020

6.5 million working poor: Fight to end low pay



There are now 6.5 million workers in the UK who are part of the "working poor."
There are now more people who are both working and in poverty than people who are officially unemployed.

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5 February 2020

Syria: Assad regime consolidates power after brutal counterrevolution

Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad has succeeded, for now, in defeating the revolutionary uprising and subsequent armed rebellion that has swept over the country since the 'Arab Spring' of 2011.

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5 February 2020

Newham council tax workers' pay victory

Unite members working as council tax benefit managers for Newham's Labour council in east London have won a pay and grading claim after giving the employer notice of strike action to commence.

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5 February 2020

Record dissatisfaction with democracy: capitalism's dead end

The strategists of capitalism are worried. Global levels of distrust in democracy are at an all-time high. In reality, this represents a growing dissatisfaction with capitalism itself.

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5 February 2020

Ealing tax office workers strike against closure

Civil service workers at Ealing tax office took further strike action on 29-31 January against its closure and staff redundancies

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5 February 2020

Victory for library workers after 241 days on strike!

Bromley library workers achieved a victory after eight months on continuous strike

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29 January 2020

Brexit and British capitalism - why Johnson's juggernaut is set to jackknife

Boris Johnson now faces, in the words of a newspaper journalist, a long-postponed "rendezvous with reality".

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29 January 2020

Interview with a forestry worker

The environment is near the top of everyone's agenda currently, as it should be, due to the scale of the crisis that we face now and in the future

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29 January 2020

CWI round-up

Abbey Trotsky of the Democratic Socialist Movement (CWI, Nigeria) faces four cases against him in separate courts, writes The Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) is the socialist international organisation to which the Socialist Party in England and Wales is affiliated. CWI members here in Britain, those in other countries are involved in workers' struggles and developing socialist ideas in order to fundamentally change society.

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29 January 2020

Libya: Civil war and chaos follow interventions by world and regional powers

It is almost nine years since the Nato-led military intervention in Libya, and the country is still a mess, split between conflicting forces, backed by western capitalist powers, Russia, and regional powers Turkey and Saudi Arabia. An ongoing series of 'peace' summits hosted by various world powers have failed to resolve an increasingly violent civil war. In the second of our series on the Middle East, Tom Baldwin explains how imperialism brought about this chaos and why the current conflict can only be resolved by an independent revolutionary movement of workers and the poor.

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29 January 2020

HS2 debacle: nationalise rail and construction!

Tory cabinet minister Stephen Barclay has a "gut feeling" that the 'HS2' high-speed rail link between London and the north of England will go ahead.

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27 January 2020

After the defeat

The decisive majority for Boris Johnson in December's general election represents a turning point in Britain, all the consequences of which have yet to fully work themselves out

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