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27 May 2020
Tens of thousands of angry demonstrators poured onto the streets of Hong Kong last weekend, not only defying social-distancing regulations, but confronting police armed with tear gas, pepper spray and water cannon, writes Clare Doyle, Committee for a Workers' International.
22 April 2020
It was inevitable that the Tory government would try to offload the costs of dealing with the coronavirus crisis from their rich backers and onto the backs of working people, writes Roger Bannister, Liverpool Socialist Party.
1 April 2020
After the pandemic crisis, things will never be the same again. This will be similar to the situation after the two world wars of the 20th century.
25 March 2020
The Tories cut - but now they spend. They privatised - but now they nationalise.
11 March 2020
Ask any Swansea resident about the state of social care, education and refuse collection and they will tell you the real story, writes Gareth Bromhall, acting secretary of Swansea Trade Union Council.
26 February 2020
The murder of nine people in two shisha bars in the German town of Hanau by a fascist gunman is the third fatal right-wing terrorist attack in the country in just nine months. But as Sasha Staničić (Sol - CWI, Germany - national spokesperson) explains, the laments of establishment politicians over such attacks will not eradicate the far-right threat.
19 February 2020
30 years ago the historic struggle against the hated poll tax was reaching its peak.
19 February 2020
Will the regime's initial denial of the problem and punishment of those who raised the alarm have major political consequences?
5 February 2020
The recent 'deal' announced by US President Donald Trump and enthusiastically endorsed by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was billed as a 'Middle East peace plan'. But as the Economist journal wrote: "As a blueprint for a two-state solution it was dead on arrival".
29 January 2020
As expected, Boris Johnson has approved Chinese tech giant Huawei gaining licences to build 5G web network infrastructure in Britain.
20 November 2019
Trade Union Conference Opposing Political Policing: Up to 200 socialists, trade union activists and community campaigners took part
13 November 2019
For decades, trade unionists, shop stewards and socialists suspected there was an active blacklist and that 'spycops' infiltrated trade unions.
6 November 2019
The following statement was issued on 4 November by members of Socialismo Revolucionario, CWI in Chile, and the Committee against repression in Chile
23 October 2019
The attempt to crush the aspirations of the majority of Catalans for self-determination by the Spanish state - now headed by the Psoe-led government of prime minister Pedro Sánchez - has not succeeded but instead has ignited widespread anger.
23 October 2019
In the final part of the Socialist's trilogy marking the 70th anniversary of the Chinese Revolution, Nick Chaffey examines China today and where it's heading.
2 October 2019
The verdict of 12 Catalan nationalist leaders on charges arising from the failed independence struggle in 2017 is expected soon. Nine have been charged with rebellion, which can result in 25 years in prison.
18 September 2019
It was a serious mistake for the TUC not to call an emergency demo to demand a general election. Motions had been put forward by Socialist Party members in a number of unions.
17 July 2019
Mass protests blocked roads across Israel after the 30 June killing of 19-year-old Ethiopian-Israeli Solomon Tekah by an off-duty cop in the Kiryat Haim area of Haifa, an Israeli port town on the Mediterranean Sea. The Socialist spoke to Eli Yossef, a shop steward in the ancillary section of a hospital in central Israel
17 July 2019
Harrowing scenes are now coming out of Sudan of the 3 June massacre, where doctors report well over 100 people were murdered by the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and general 'Hemeti' Dagola's brutal Rapid Support Forces (RSF) militia.
26 June 2019
The Great Miners' Strike 1984-85: The Battle of Orgreave on 18 June 1984 involved nearly 10,000 pickets. 4,000 police, including mounted police, attacked them
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