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11 May 2016

Wales: no change and all change

On the surface there has not been a huge change in the political complexion of the Welsh government - Welsh Labour lost just one seat and will be able to hold on as a minority government. But under the surface the election showed how much things have changed in Welsh politics.

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11 May 2016

No to the bosses' EU, yes to international solidarity

For an independent workers' voice: The debate on European Union (EU) membership has been reduced in the establishment media to a clash between different wings of the Tory party. But what about if you're outside the 1% elite?

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Photo by Paul Mattsson

13 April 2016

Solidarity with refugees: fight for jobs, homes and services for all

The latest stage of the refugee crisis has seen the EU strike a dangerous deal with the Turkish state to try to reduce the number of refugees reaching Europe.

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10 February 2016

Don't give money to Ukip and Tory EU campaigners!

The establishment media has already decided that reactionary pro-austerity politicians are the only exit voices they will feature. They completely ignore the millions of trade unionists and young people who, like the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition, oppose the EU from a completely different standpoint.

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5 August 2015

Human tragedy of Calais crisis

Tories have no solutions: Despite weeks of reports about the desperate people encamped at Calais, Cameron still found a way to escalate anti-immigrant bile.

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8 July 2015

Migrants flee horrors created by capitalism

For the rich there are very few obstacles to migrating to Britain. It is altogether another story for the majority of those currently fleeing war, dictatorship and conflict in the Middle East and Africa.

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100,000 demonstrate in Brussels against European governments’ savage cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

3 June 2015

European Union referendum: No to a capitalist EU, Yes to a socialist Europe!

The promised EU referendum has the potential to split the government and the Tory party itself from top to bottom

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15 April 2015

Quagmires ahead!

32. There are many issues which will be problematic -to put it mildly - for the next government. Central of course is the economic crisis and the huge struggles of the working class that will be on the

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7 April 2015

Immigration: Workers' unity needed

In election hustings Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) candidates will be asked what their attitude is to immigration. How should Socialist Party members respond?

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18 March 2015

Ukip: a party of the bosses, for the bosses

Channel 4 TV recently raised the prospect of a general election victory for Ukip in its 'mockumentary' - Ukip: The First 100 Days. An unlikely outcome this May, however, Ukip could win up to 16 MPs as the support for the traditional parties begins to crumble

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15 March 2015

What lies behind UKIP?

In recent years, UKIP has emerged as a threat to a number of Tory but also Labour seats. Its Tory-oriented anti-immigration, anti-EU rhetoric has been adapted to a right-wing populism aimed at winning voters fed up with the political establishment.

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Nana Asante speaking at the 2014 TUSC conference, photo Paul Mattsson

Nana Asante speaking at the 2014 TUSC conference, photo Paul Mattsson

18 February 2015

"Vote for hope and an alternative"

Ex-Labour councillor stands for TUSC in Harrow: Nana Asante, former Labour mayor and Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) prospective parliamentary candidate in Harrow East, spoke to the Socialist, writes Why did the split occur in the Labour Party in Harrow?.

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11 February 2015

Azure Card: isolation and stigmatisation of asylum

The 'Azure Card' is given to asylum seekers who are under Section 4 - awaiting a result on their claim for asylum

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19 November 2014

Toxic mix in Rochester and Strood byelection

As we go to press, Ukip is widely expected to win the Rochester and Strood parliamentary byelection, overturning a Tory majority of nearly 10,000 polled by Tory MP defector Mark Reckless

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Miliband fails to provide answers in Stroud, photo Gloucestershire SP

5 November 2014

All main parties in crisis: where will the opposition go?

It's not just Russell Brand attacking the political and economic elite this time, but also wealthy Hollywood actress and former Labour supporter, Emma Thompson. These celebrities have captured the mood of many who are disillusioned with the main parties

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31 July 2014

Southampton: Channel 4's Immigration Street condemned

In a meeting pulsating with anger, about 150 people from Newtown and Northam in Southampton discussed the idea of 'Immigration Street', the sequel to Channel 4's 'Benefit Street', writes Phillip Sneider.

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30 April 2014

UKIP - a pro-cuts party for the 1%

Ukip leader Nigel Farage has his eyes on the prize. On 22 May, he hopes to see his party romp home to victory in the European elections and gain a healthy smattering of brand new councillors.

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26 March 2014

Prospects for the general election

61. The timing of the general election is not certain. One of David Cameron's first acts on coming to power was to institute undemocratic arrangements for five-year fixed parliamentary terms, providing

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Anti-EDL demonstration in Walthamstow 1 September 2012, photo P Mason

19 March 2014

Unite to end racism and cuts

On Saturday 22 March, as part of the UN's International Anti-Racism Day, the TUC has coordinated marches in London, Cardiff and Glasgow

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19 February 2014

Stop the deportation of Jermaine Strachen

A young father is facing deportation because he lost his own father in a hit and run in 2004

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