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20 October 2021
Why didn't its overthrow end poverty and inequality?: Twenty seven years ago, the world rejoiced as the monstrous apartheid regime was overthrown with the election of the first black majority African National Congress (ANC) government.
6 October 2021
While the Tories talk about how murders like Sarah's should never happen again, their actions speak otherwise.
11 August 2021
Every Olympics reflects the sad contradiction of the world we live in, but Tokyo 2020 took this to a new level.
23 June 2021
'Rape has been decriminalised'. This was a 2019 assessment of a situation where just 1.6% of rapes result in someone being charged. Each year around 128,000 people are victims of rape but only just over
26 May 2021
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19 May 2021
The pandemic hasn't just exposed the class divide here in the UK. It's also brought many tensions and inequalities between nations in an already fractured world to the surface.
7 April 2021
The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities concluded that claims of institutional racism are "not borne out"
16 March 2021
There was understandable outrage at the appalling scenes of police brutality against women peacefully taking part in the vigil for Sarah Everard on Clapham Common.
12 March 2021
Grief, shock and an outpouring of anger have been unleashed by the appalling abduction and murder of Sarah Everard
10 March 2021
Who will pay for the pandemic spending - the working class or the billionaires?
3 March 2021
Women have been especially hit by the economic and social consequences of the pandemic.
24 February 2021
Eleven months after coronavirus restrictions came into force in England, another 800,000 people are being informed by the government that they need to 'shield' as they are at an increased risk of dying from the effects of the virus
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.
2 December 2020
Back in August, Boris Johnson promised a "world beating" track-and-trace system. Most people agree that didn't happen but the government and economy are 'world beating' in other respects.
28 October 2020
Death rates are up to three times as high for BAME people.
21 October 2020
Millennials across the globe are more discontented and more disillusioned with how democracy works than any generation in living memory
24 June 2020
Who pulled society through the lockdown? The working class. Who suffered most from the lockdown? The working class. Who will pay the price as the lockdown eases? ...
24 June 2020
Even before the pandemic, austerity policies had pushed an increasing number of families into poverty
17 June 2020
So Boris Johnson is going to set up yet another inquiry into racism and inequality. That's the last thing we need! It will end up in the bin along with all the others that have gone before it.
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