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19 January 2022

News in brief

299 million of PPE brought by the government during the pandemic has gone out of date. The early days of the pandemic were marked by health and care workers' struggles for face masks and other PPE. Now,

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19 January 2022

Why are things the way they are?

In the first of a series on Marxist classics, Nick Hart reviews 'An introduction to the Logic of Marxism' by George Novack.

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12 January 2022

Money Heist: A Robin Hood tale set in modern-day capitalism

TV series: 'La Casa de Papel' or Money Heist: This is a must-watch Spanish drama over five series, and now available to watch in its entirety on Netflix.

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12 January 2022

Bullying weighing room culture at the races

Horse racing, known as 'the sport of kings', has a long history. And for most of that time the jockeys were male, until the 1970s, in particular 1979, when women were allowed to become professional jockeys.

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15 December 2021

Global inequality grows

In the most recent World Inequality Report, it has been discovered that the richest 10% now own more than 75% of global wealth and take 52% of all income

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15 December 2021

The legacy of the collapse of Stalinism

December 2021 marks the thirtieth anniversary of the official dissolution of the USSR. This year's Socialism event in November included a session on the legacy of the collapse of the Stalinist regimes

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15 December 2021

Stonewall attacked by the establishment

The fight for LGBTQ+ equality must be part of the struggle to liberate society from capitalism: In recent months, the LGBTQ+ rights organisation Stonewall has faced increasing attacks. For example, BBC Sounds produced a ten-episode podcast investigation into Stonewall's lobbying and influence, primarily

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1 December 2021

After COP26: where next for the climate movement?

How is mass pressure going to be built to fight for the aspirations of the climate movement?

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17 November 2021

Youth fight for well-paid green jobs and socialist change

The COP26 final agreement does not take the measures needed

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17 November 2021

China: Bureaucracy grapples with new crises

In October the IMF slightly downgraded its predictions for global economic growth, citing the continued pandemic and slow progress in vaccinating the world as major factors

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17 November 2021

Sunak's climate finance agenda typifies capitalism's COP26 failure

Having reportedly banned young climate change activists from attending his talk at COP26, Chancellor Rishi Sunak - the UK's richest MP - went on to capture the headlines with his speech on a 'Finance Alliance for Net Zero'.

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17 November 2021

Ten years on - where has Podemos's radicalism gone?

Pablo Iglesias - one of the founders of the Podemos party in the Spanish state and its most prominent representative - announced his resignation from politics earlier this year, the tenth anniversary of the movement of the Indignados (the 'outraged') which gave birth to the new party

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10 November 2021

Capitalism's COP26 failure: socialist planning vital

A set of headline pledges and agreements have been made between many of the world's capitalist nations

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10 November 2021

John Barnes on class and capitalism. What's missing?

Book review: The Uncomfortable Truth About Racism: 'The Uncomfortable Truth About Racism', by former footballer John Barnes, makes some valuable points

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3 November 2021

Fight for socialism to end climate destruction

COP26: Zero trust in capitalist class: COP26 - the global climate summit taking place in Glasgow from 1 November - will probably agree on something. Promises to hit a 'net zero' carbon emissions target by 2050 for example.

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3 November 2021

Vaccine inequality - the ugly face of capitalism

While a majority of adults in the advanced capitalist countries of Europe and North America have been fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus, in low-income countries of the 'global south' only 1.4% of people had received one dose as of September 2021

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3 November 2021

Socialist change to end climate change

Capitalism is destroying the planet: It's been three years since the UN suggested 2030 as the cut-off date to prevent climate catastrophe. Since then - who can say we are on the path away from ecological disaster?

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27 October 2021

TV review Maid

Ably showing inadequacy, red tape and inhumanity of capitalism: This ten-part dramatisation is based on Stephanie Land's 2019 memoir, 'Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive'

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20 October 2021

Container delay carnage makes the case for socialist planning

Recent reports of delays at Felixstowe Port, which has prompted warnings about shortages of toys and clothes at Christmas, are yet another example of the chaotic and anarchic nature of capitalism.

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