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26 February 2018
The workers' movement must maintain an independent class opposition to a Tory Brexit, 'soft', 'hard' or 'no deal'. But that is not the position of the Blairite defenders of capitalism within the Labour Party.
29 November 2017
For workers, young people, the disabled and the unemployed, the lost decade since 2007 has been the equivalent of a Mark II Great Depression
18 October 2017
This brutal, broken Tory government is limping. May's premiership hangs by a thread
26 July 2017
Stand firm for an internationalist, workers' Brexit: Just six weeks ago Jeremy Corbyn's leadership, and radical election manifesto, led to a historic surge in the Labour vote
2 November 2016
For an integrated, environmentally sound, socialist transport system: The recent decision by the cabinet to go ahead with building a third runway at Heathrow has enormous implications for workers at Heathrow and for the local communities. What view should socialists take?
26 October 2016
The Welsh government's budget inflicts cuts on some of the most deprived communities in W Europe
12 October 2016
Fight for a socialist, internationalist exit: The Brexit vote was a democratic uprising - a rejection by millions of working class people of the establishment.
27 November 2013
The supporters of capitalism might be calling the feeble growth in the economy a "recovery" but Britain's young people are still left reeling
20 June 2012
The government is desperate. Its economic policies have failed, and worse than that, it is clear they are compounding the economic malaise. Austerity is destroying demand in the economy
13 January 2009
The Socialist Editorial: Gordon Brown promised that New Labour would end the cycle of 'boom and bust'. He claimed that his government is a "rock of stability". Yet the government is being battered by forces of economic recession which become stronger every week...
19 March 2008
Editorial: "The most wrenching since the end of the second world war" is how Alan Greenspan, ex-head of the US Federal Reserve, described the current crisis engulfing the US economy...
1 March 2008
Exactly how severe the crisis in Britain's economy will be, how long it will take to bite, and the precise political effects of it, are not yet clear...
1 March 2008
We are on the cusp of an end to 15 years of uninterrupted growth, albeit lopsided, in the British economy...
30 January 2008
Debt and housing time bomb, photo The Socialist
15 May 2007
Editorial: Ten years of 'unremitting' attacks on the working class and poor for the benefit of the rich, blatant corruption – symbolised by the Ecclestone affair at the beginning of his reign and 'cash for honours' at the end – the ...
22 March 2007
You can tell when Budget Day is coming because the bosses step up their wailing for tax cuts...
14 April 2005
NEW LABOUR hoped its reputation for 'economic competence' would be the touchstone of the election...
14 June 2002
WE WERE told that the US economic recession was over. Now the apparent recovery is being described as sluggish, fragile, shallow, uncertain or maybe not a recovery at all
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