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23 September 2020

Johnson's schools social-distancing lie

In a big PR exercise designed to reassure us that it was safe for schools to reopen, Boris Johnson visited Castle Rock High School in Coalville, Leicestershire

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9 September 2020

XR blockade: Don't let the Tories criminalise protest

The billionaire-owned UK newspapers, along with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, decried the blockade by Extinction Rebellion (XR) environmental activists outside a number of printing presses last weekend

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5 August 2020

From first wave to second? Capitalism's Covid failures

Boris Johnson's easing of lockdown appears to have hit its limits. Where now?

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1 July 2020

Capitalism and corruption go hand in hand

Can a leopard change its spots? Can a Tory MP stop taking cash for favours?

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24 June 2020

International aid: Johnson's pie in the sky

Boris Johnson has announced the merging of the Department for International Development into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

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13 May 2020

Tories put profit before lives - unions must stand firm on workplace safety

Workplace safety must be under the control of the workplace unions with democratic accountability to members.

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13 May 2020

Johnson's plan terrifies me - readers react to lifting lockdown

Boris Johnson has filled me with dread. Construction workers are being thrown to the wolves. It's going to be impossible to socially distance on building sites, writes Elaine Brunskill, Gateshead.

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14 April 2020

Johnson's hospitalisation: a tale of two treatments

Tory prime minister Boris Johnson was discharged from hospital on 12 April following treatment for Covid-19

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1 April 2020

Labour must resist 'Covid coalition'

In the early stages of a war or national emergency, there is often a mood to pull together in the 'national' interest

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11 March 2020

Housing workers explain reality to idiot Boris Johnson

I work at a homeless day centre in central London, supporting rough sleepers with severe mental health issues, writes Jack Jeffrey, support worker for homeless people.

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19 February 2020

Couldn't pay, wouldn't pay, didn't pay: the battle to defeat the poll tax

30 years ago the historic struggle against the hated poll tax was reaching its peak.

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19 February 2020

Javid's departure foreshadows deeper Tory divisions

Boris Johnson's "peoples' government" lasted as long as his first cabinet reshuffle

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29 January 2020

End health and wealth divide - Fight for our NHS


Take a ride on the 83 bus across Sheffield and it takes ten years off your life! That's how long life expectancy falls travelling just ten miles from the wealthier parts of the city to the poorest.

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23 October 2019

Boot out Boris and his bosses' deal. General election now!

The Tory party chose Boris Johnson as its leader because he promised to deliver Brexit by 31 October 2019, even if it meant leaving without a deal

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16 October 2019

The Cameron Tory legacy

In the establishment's eyes David Cameron's claim to fame will be the EU referendum, triggering the current political crisis and disintegration of the Tory Party.

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16 October 2019

Tories out - general election now

Boris Johnson will be hoping that the archaic ceremony surrounding the Queen's Speech will act as a distraction from the Brexit crisis.

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9 October 2019

Brexit theatrics continue

As 'Brexit Day' on 31 October approaches, the roller coaster crisis for British capitalism intensifies

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2 October 2019

Them&Us

It's one world for the super rich and another world for us.

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25 September 2019

Central task is to force general election and elect Corbyn-led Labour government on socialist policies

The recent dramatic developments must not cloud the central tasks for the working class

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Socialist Party members march to say Tories out! photo Mathan Nathan, photo Mathan Nathan

11 September 2019

Tories in tatters: Corbyn must seize the time

The Conservatives, once among the most successful capitalist parties on the planet, are shattering into pieces before our eyes. The Tory party's weakness and splits are far from new. Now, however, under the leadership of Boris Johnson, the relatively slow inglorious decline of the Tories has become an unprecedented collapse.

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