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28 November 2018
No to May's big business deal: For working-class people the Tories have always been toxic, but now they are also in utter disarray. For the capitalist class this is a foreboding crisis, with no clear way out.
3 October 2018
On the eve of the Tory party conference in Birmingham, people gathered in Victoria Square to protest Tory and Blairite austerity, say enough is enough, and demand an urgent snap election
12 September 2018
Corbyn and unions must call mass action: The divide in the Tory party over Brexit is now wider than the Grand Canyon.
22 August 2018
Corbyn and unions can halt right populism by leading fight: Boris Johnson's attack on Muslim women who wear the burqa - comparing them to "letterboxes" and "bank robbers" - is a sexist, dehumanising comment, with racism at its root.
20 July 2018
As the Brexit white paper staggered its way through the House of Commons, the crisis in the Tory party has just deepened and deepened
20 June 2018
Bitterly divided, chaos ridden, vulnerable to potential rupture: these are all descriptions that could, in many respects, be applied to the Conservative and Labour parliamentary parties
30 May 2018
This minority Tory government is the weakest in a generation. Its splits over Brexit are clear for all to see, and that rift extends all the way to the top of the cabinet.
23 May 2018
Jeremy Corbyn needs to do the same by standing up to Blairite saboteurs.
As the deadlock at the top of the Tory Party continues, Tory MPs are reported to be telling their constituency parties to prepare for another snap general election
27 April 2018
22) Not only Labour but also the Tory Party has an element of two parties in one, with the different wings completely hostile to the other
7 March 2018
The closing line of Theresa May's speech - "now let's get on with it" - will have led to jeers of frustration from any workers listening.
10 January 2018
There was more excitement in the media before May's cabinet reshuffle than among working class people. And in the event, the reaction of workers turned out to be more realistic.
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
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.
11 October 2017
The prime minister has gone from "strong and stable" to spluttering and stuttering in the space of a few short months.
11 October 2017
A standing ovation greeted Jeremy Corbin's pledges on housing at Labour's conference: to stop 'social cleansing' regeneration schemes and give residents a vote on regeneration proposals; to build more council homes and to control rents.
4 October 2017
"Why would anybody, let alone a normal person, want to become a member of the Conservative Party?"
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.
5 July 2017
Corbyn had to sack three shadow ministers who voted to remain in the EU Single Market
21 June 2017
The likes of the Daily Mail went into overdrive in attacking today's protests
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