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8 September 2021
While government guidance now allows us to go to pubs and music festivals, go on holidays, and meet up with friends, care home residents are being kept under lockdown
25 August 2021
Many protagonists depicted in Korean dramas are desperate to get a permanent job. Jun, however, chooses to fill her waking hours with part-time work. She doesn't want to show allegiance to the corporate
23 June 2021
'An unsentimental depiction of the brutality and inhumanity of capitalism': 'Shuggie Bain', written by Douglas Stuart, is a novel that at times makes the reader stop and reflect
12 May 2021
Family of Joe McCann continues to fight for justice: Two unnamed former British paratroopers, accused of the 1972 murder of Joe McCann, an Official Irish Republican Army (IRA) leader, were formally acquitted on 4 May
5 May 2021
On International Workers' Memorial Day (IWMD), 28 April, a plaque dedicated to Tony Mulhearn was unveiled in Liverpool with his family present.
31 March 2021
The Bill is in its final stages of debate
24 February 2021
For the second time in just over a month, a young man has died at the hands of south Wales police.
24 February 2021
The White Tiger, a film based on the bestselling novel by Aravind Adiga, depicts the story of a young man's bid to overcome caste and social oppressions to become a self-made person.
6 January 2021
In the final article in our series to commemorate 200 years since the birth of Friedrich Engels, Christine Thomas looks at the relevance of his important work 'The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State' for the struggle today to end women's inequality and oppression.
16 December 2020
Education secretary Gavin Williamson has refused to follow Scotland and Wales in cancelling exams, justifying his decision with: "Exams are the best form of assessment we have".
5 August 2020
Women and men attended a vigil in Doncaster on 22 July organised by the Women's Lives Matter campaign, after the alleged murder of five women from the town in the last two months
1 July 2020
On the day of his funeral, Socialist Party members, neighbours and family lined the street of Socialist Party executive committee member Ken Douglas
17 June 2020
'Sitting in Limbo' is a powerful and moving real-life drama. It shows the trauma of Anthony Bryan, a member of the Windrush generation, as he struggles against removal from Britain
27 May 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic is a world social crisis which touches every aspect of life. The iniquities and failings of the capitalist system are being exposed
11 March 2020
The new domestic violence bill, first introduced by Theresa May, has supposedly been improved under Johnson's leadership, writes Amy Cousens, Bradford Socialist Party.
4 March 2020
During my childhood we were always a poor family. I enjoyed a myriad of poverty food while living with my father in a small flat.
12 February 2020
A vigil was held in Nottingham on 7 February to remember Errol Graham, who died when the Department for Work and Payments (DWP) stopped his benefit
30 October 2019
"A stark reminder of the inhumane lengths bosses will go to under capitalism to increase their profits": "Let's get one thing straight, you don't work for us, you work with us". Those words from the boss's mouth in the opening scene of Sorry We Missed You get turned into a sick joke over the course of the film
11 September 2019
11 September 2019
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