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17 April 2019

Tories facing electoral meltdown

But only a socialist alternative to austerity can finish them off!
With two weeks to go before local elections in 271 councils in England, the Tories are facing the loss of many council seats.

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17 April 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist including National Action, socialists miners and the army.

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17 April 2019

Sudan: No to rule of the generals!

After 30 years of dictatorship in Sudan, historic mass protests have achieved the fall of President Omar Al-Bashir in a forced 'palace coup' by the generals. Following this, a 'transitional military council' was established, with defence minister Amhed Awad Ibn Auf sworn in as president.

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17 April 2019

Assange arrest: US and allied governments seeking revenge for exposing dirty wars

After seven years of self-imposed exile in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was dragged from his place of asylum and arrested by the Metropolitan police.

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10 April 2019

Newcastle anti-fascist demo

The trade union movement must start to take the threat of the far right seriously and organise accordingly

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10 April 2019

China: police state in Xinjiang under global spotlight

After decades of silence, world governments have woken up to the brutal repression against China's ten million Uighur Muslims

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3 April 2019

Corbyn and workers' movement must lead fight for general election and socialist alternative to EU bosses' club

Parliamentary 'Brexishambles' continues: Yet again, the immediate future of the plans for Britain leaving the EU remains unclear.

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20 March 2019

May's government facing endgame

With just ten days until the date of departure from the EU, there is unprecedented daily turmoil in parliament on what will happen.

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13 March 2019

Brazil: The Threats, attacks and contradictions of Bolsonaro's regime

Only two months since coming to power, President Jair Bolsonaro has confirmed all the worst expectations in relation to his government. During the recent annual Brazil Carnival many revellers protested against his right-wing agenda.

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13 March 2019

History: Alice Wheeldon - an anti-war socialist persecuted by the state

One hundred years ago, Alice Wheeldon, from Derby in the east Midlands, died in the great influenza epidemic, aged 53. The events of Alice's life were not only important then, but are still relevant today. Alice's story ranks among the most shocking (and political) miscarriages of justice.

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13 March 2019

Anger after violent youth deaths - Communities need public services not cuts

So far this year, ten teenagers have already lost their lives in London as a result of knife crime. In response to these tragedies, people are rightly demanding action to keep communities safe.

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6 March 2019

No retreats: Corbyn must stand firm against Blairites

With Jeremy Corbyn now in his fourth year of leadership of the Labour Party and the Tory government deep in crisis, no time can be lost by Corbyn and his allies in Labour's leadership in preparation for winning a general election.

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6 March 2019

MPs boost their own pay

MPs have given themselves a 2.7% pay increase. It doesn't sound much, but for them it means a rise of over £2,000 a year - more than many members of civil servants' union PCS take home in a month.

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6 March 2019

Trade union action to end low pay now!

Poverty pay for 1.2 million public sector workers. 2.7% pay rise for MPs: More than one million public sector workers are paid less than the minimum amount needed to make ends meet, as set by the Living Wage Foundation. They calculate this as £9 an hour, or £10.55 in London.

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6 March 2019

Solidarity with Chris Williamson

An open letter from two Socialist Party branches (edited extract): We send Chris Williamson our solidarity against the unfounded attack on his reputation and unwarranted suspension.

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27 February 2019

Kick out austerity politicians



Tories, Blairites, Independents:
The MPs who resigned from Labour aren't the only politicians who have, in Corbyn's words, "no problem with austerity"

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20 February 2019

Eight Blairites split - Now kick out the rest

Corbyn and unions must call mass action - for a general election now!
The Tory party is split down the middle. Theresa May's government is on the brink of collapse

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20 February 2019

Spanish state: social polarisation and budget defeat force snap election

Defeat the right in the ballot boxes and in the streets!: Pedro Sánchez's term is over. A government of the social democratic 'PSOE' party, formed eight months ago after the vote of no confidence against Rajoy of the traditional right-wing 'PP' party, has been brought down by a vote in parliament

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13 February 2019

'Green Book' film: a timely reminder of racism in the USA

It's been called a buddy/road trip film in the tradition of 'Driving Miss Daisy' - it is much more than that and yet, perhaps, less than it could be

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