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31 January 2018
Media reports suggest that around 40 Tory MPs have submitted letters calling for a no-confidence vote in Theresa May. If that reaches 48, the vote would be triggered and could lead to a leadership contest.
10 January 2018
Before the seasonal holidays began in Sweden, an historic strike against the deportation of refugees was organised. On 12 December, at 12noon, school students across the country - from Boden in the north to Ystad in the south - took part.
1 January 2018
The capitalist press regales us daily with a blizzard of facts which unconsciously indict their profit-driven system and their callous political representatives, the Tory government of Theresa May.
13 December 2017
For a while Theresa May's divided government seemed unable even to obtain a deal on the 'first stage' of Brexit negotiations
13 December 2017
Committee for a Workers' International document: The world crisis of capitalism - despite the surface impression of 'recovery' - has only got worse since the meeting of last year's IEC.
18 October 2017
This brutal, broken Tory government is limping. May's premiership hangs by a thread
13 October 2017
The Tories were humiliated at their conference, hold power only precariously, are split over Europe and on May's leadership. Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn furthers his position and policies in Labour. Peter Taaffe looks at the significance of their contrasting fortunes.
27 September 2017
There has recently been controversy among the clouds, or rather down on the ground, for Europe's largest airline, Ryanair, amid cancellations and a major staffing crisis
6 September 2017
The European Single Market is a major barrier to any incoming socialist or anti-austerity government
30 August 2017
UK education spending is behind many eastern European countries, according to EU figures
29 August 2017
"The Labour Party's announcement that it wants the UK to remain within all the EU's structures ... is the best news to come out of British politics in a long time", said a FT editorial.
23 August 2017
Fight for a socialist Brexit: The single market compels privatisation of public services, prohibits nationalisation, and makes it easier for employers to exploit workers in numerous ways
26 July 2017
Stand firm for an internationalist, workers' Brexit: Just six weeks ago Jeremy Corbyn's leadership, and radical election manifesto, led to a historic surge in the Labour vote
24 May 2017
As the general election draws nearer and people become more aware of what Jeremy Corbyn stands for, the gap between Tories and Labour in the polls has started to close
22 May 2017
Peter Taaffe reviews Melvyn King's book: The End of Alchemy: money, banking and the future of the global economy
26 April 2017
French presidential election: Macron and Le Pen reach second round. Statement from Gauche Révolutionnaire, CWI in France.
12 April 2017
Old political elite discredited: In the forthcoming French presidential election Jean-Luc Mélenchon is closing the gap on the three frontrunners.
5 April 2017
Talk of Britain 'going to war' with Spain, EU politicians telling each other not to 'lose their cool' - can all seem surreal. The chaos shows that there is no cohesive approach to Brexit within the British or European ruling classes
29 March 2017
Riot police viciously attacked anti-government protesters in Minsk and other cities across Belarus on 25 March
15 March 2017
The Socialist Party's national congress 2017 took was attended by delegates and visitors from Socialist Party branches all over England and Wales, as well as international guests
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