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23 November 2020

Socialism 2020

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21 November 2020

Socialism 2020

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18 November 2020

Tory crisis cannot be 'reset' - workers need a new mass party

Relations at the top of the government are both putrid and precarious

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11 November 2020

Trump out! But mass workers' struggle needed

The nightmare of Trump's presidency and the chaos of the US presidential election represent, at root, the crisis of US capitalism - which is in decline as a world superpower - and of the capitalist system itself which cannot escape its crisis since the 2007-8 crash

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11 November 2020

Spycops inquiry : why the capitalist state feared and continues to fear socialism

Of 1,000 organisations the SDS infiltrated, only three are thought to be right wing.

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4 November 2020

Chile: A defeat for the right!

Mass protests, including a general strike, in 2019 - triggered by a movement of young people in Santiago, Chile's capital city, over a metro fares hike - forced the right-wing Piņera government, despite vicious state repression, to make political and economic concessions

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28 October 2020

Nigeria protests shake regime

Frustration, disappointment, poverty, and anger exploded into a mighty mass movement

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28 October 2020

BAME Covid deaths due to capitalist inequality, confirms government

Death rates are up to three times as high for BAME people.

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28 October 2020

Food and a capitalist Brexit: No trust in Tory Deals!

No Tory-negotiated trade deals will defend the interests of the working class. However, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson plays hard ball in the eleventh-hour negotiations on what will replace Britain's

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14 October 2020

Are cooperatives the answer to a failing capitalist system?

It seems all wings of the labour and trade union movement have renewed interest in cooperatives. During Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party, cooperatives were given considerable emphasis

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7 October 2020

Worldwide capitalist crisis deepens

A decade ago, following the financial crash, the Financial Times congratulated capitalism for luck that "the left" was "missing in action"

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7 October 2020

Massive testing 'glitch' caused by privatised fragmentation

15,841 positive Covid-19 results were mislaid

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30 September 2020

News in brief

A self-declared dollar billionaire US president pays $750 in federal income tax a year, whereas the average US worker pays $8,196 a year in income taxes. Who says capitalism is unfair?

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30 September 2020

Still crawling at 60: Capitalism has failed Nigeria

It will be 60 years on 1 October since Nigeria got its flag independence from Britain during the decolonisation process of Africa

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30 September 2020

The Socialist Inbox

Send your news, views and criticism, in not more than 150 words, to [email protected] - or if you're not online, PO Box 1398, Enfield EN1 9GT

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2 September 2020

Mass protests in Israel demand Netanyahu's resignation

Every weekend evening, in Israel's biggest protest movement since 2011, angry protesters have besieged the official residence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanding his resignation

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5 August 2020

Labour payouts: unions must discuss political representation

Unite leader Len McCluskey rightly said Labour's leaders misused union members' money

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5 August 2020

Anniversary of nuclear destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Can the slide toward a new arms race be halted?: 75 years ago, as World War Two was drawing to a close, United States forces dropped two atomic bombs above the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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