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9 July 2020

Socialist Party Wales: Starmer turns Labour right - Time for a new workers' party

A Zoom video meeting. Call/text Dave on 07935 391947 for details.

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1 July 2020

75th anniversary of the Attlee Labour government

The end of World War Two left behind a world in upheaval. Demobilised troops and a war-weary population demanded a better future. Resistance movements in Europe published programmes demanding nationalisation.

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18 June 2020

West London Socialist Party: Lessons from Corbyn's leadership of Labour

The meeting will be held on Zoom. If you would like to take part, email westlondonsp@gmail.com by Wednesday midday to request details.

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Socialism Today no.239, June 2020

29 May 2020

Lessons from the Corbyn experience

What are the lessons of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party leadership for the ongoing struggle to achieve mass, working-class, socialist political representation?

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15 April 2020

Sabotage - the inner workings of Labour's political machine exposed

A leaked Labour report has detailed internal sabotage by senior party officials of Corbyn's attempts to radicalise Labour policies

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photo Rwendland/CC

6 April 2020

End of the Corbyn era

Organise to fight for socialist policies: Starmer becoming Labour leader represents a qualitative step in the capitalist class's campaign to make the Labour Party once again, as it was under Blair, a reliable vehicle for their interests.

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27 January 2020

After the defeat

The decisive majority for Boris Johnson in December's general election represents a turning point in Britain, all the consequences of which have yet to fully work themselves out

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22 January 2020

To win back working-class trust Labour must take the 'Liverpool road'

The Labour leadership candidates at the first hustings pursued the theme: How can Labour win the trust of the working class?

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16 December 2019

Scotland: Scene set for explosion in the national question

Boris Johnson and the Tories' election victory will have angered and disappointed many workers and young people

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4 December 2019

Prepare now for the struggles after 12 December


While the week before, a You Gov poll pointed towards a 68-majority for the Tories, on 2 December an ICM poll put them on 42% and Labour on 35%, just seven points behind.

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27 November 2019

Labour's manifesto: fight to transform hope into a socialist society

Corbyn's manifesto offers a glimpse of jobs, homes and public services for the 99%

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16 October 2019

Corbyn must stand firm against establishment and Labour right

The Tory government's new spending promises are not a change in a working-class friendly direction. Rather, they are temporary concessions in an attempt to win a general election.

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9 October 2019

Corbyn promises 'power in the hands of workers' - how can Labour do it?

While the government and the employers are busy gloating at the 'record numbers' of workers in employment, the figures hide a harsh reality for millions.

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9 October 2019

Labour and the fight for a shorter working week

Labour conference has resolved the next Labour government should reduce the average full-time working week to four days (32 hours) - without loss of pay - within a decade. This will be welcomed by workers.

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2 October 2019

40 years on: Mandatory reselection more vital for Labour than ever

The election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader in September 2015 fundamentally altered politics in the party. But for the last four years he has been hamstrung by the 80% of pro-capitalist Labour MPs who owe their political loyalty to the Kinnock/Blair eras.

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28 August 2019

Boot out Boris and all the Tories


Unelected prime minister's parliamentary games:
Jeremy Corbyn and the trade union movement need to urgently launch a mass campaign to demand an immediate general election.

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12 July 2019

The landowning establishment

Land privatisation, the largest neoliberal grab in Britain since Margaret Thatcher came to office in 1979, has scarcely been debated

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3 July 2019

Sinister moves against Corbyn can be beaten by clear socialist policies

The Tories are entering the final stage of their leadership contest

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23 May 2019

Warning lights flashing for Corbynism

The promise of the Corbyn insurgency that began in 2015 is in danger. The triumph of the left-wing backbench outsider in the Labour leadership election four years ago opened up the prospect of overturning Tony Blair's 1990s transmutation of the Labour Party into New Labour.

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22 May 2019

Labour's nationalisation plan: What policies are needed to avert climate catastrophe?

Jeremy Corbyn has announced a 'Green Industrial Revolution.' The plans include nationalising the gas and electricity supply - taking the National Grid into public ownership.

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