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12 October 2016
Fight for a socialist, internationalist exit: The Brexit vote was a democratic uprising - a rejection by millions of working class people of the establishment.
5 October 2016
Thousands took to the streets to 'take back Brum'
21 September 2016
Letters to the Socialist's editors. Refugee rescue, Meadow Well riots, voter preventer, boot out Blairites, greedy grammars, Usdaw Activist.
23 August 2016
It is no accident that as ballot papers were sent out in the Labour leadership contest, London mayor Sadiq Khan chose this moment to attack Jeremy Corbyn
16 June 2016
A Brexit vote, and Cameron's subsequent resignation, would lift the confidence of many workers who would rightly feel they had landed a serious blow on the opposition. At the same time it would be a serious defeat for the capitalist class.
25 May 2016
Only an independent working class position can defeat the right. "As the debate on the EU referendum intensifies, so do the possibilities for a split in the Conservative Party."
11 May 2016
Tory education secretary Nicky Morgan's zig-zag over academies is a testament to the campaign work spearheaded by the National Union of Teachers. But the threat to teachers' pay and conditions still stands.
11 May 2016
Cameron's government has been one of retreats. We need to press home this advantage by campaigning for coordinated strike action - including a 24-hour general strike - to defend all our public services and to build a powerful anti-austerity movement.
4 May 2016
The trade unions have the potential - if they campaign, organise and coordinate their actions - to dump this rotten government. The unions should call a national demo in support of the junior doctors and against cuts.
9 December 2015
It's the quiz of 2015, compiled by the Socialist. The questions are drawn from articles covering events in the UK and internationally during the last year. Good luck and season's greetings.
2 December 2015
Margaret Thatcher resigned as Tory prime minister 25 years ago. After 11 years in power she was forced out before her third term was over.
7 October 2015
100,000 people marched through Manchester on Sunday against the Tories
15 April 2015
32. There are many issues which will be problematic -to put it mildly - for the next government. Central of course is the economic crisis and the huge struggles of the working class that will be on the
15 April 2015
16. Whichever party has the most MPs after 7 May, it is likely to have real difficulties forming a stable government or even any government at all. It is not ruled out that they will have no choice but
15 April 2015
21. While increasing numbers of working class people dismiss all of the three big parties as 'the same', there is still another layer who will vote Labour hoping that they will at least be a little bit
26 March 2014
71. Only the weakness of the opposition has acted as a cover for the extreme weakness of the coalition, including of its major party. The humiliating defeat of Cameron over Syria gave a glimpse of what
9 October 2013
Cameron's speech to Conservative Party conference confirms that he and the Tory Party faithful live in a parallel universe to the vast majority in society.
22 May 2013
The Tories are thrashing around in ever-deeper water on the issue of Europe. Over half of Tory backbenchers voted against the Queen's speech - their own government's legislative agenda
7 March 2013
Like a drugged watchdog, the Office Of Fair Trading has finally, very slowly, woken up to the disgusting behaviour of the short-term high-interest loan sharks...
6 February 2013
Back when the Con-Dem coalition government was young, and Nick Clegg and David Cameron were singing each other's praises in a rose garden, Cameron did show some foresight of the open warfare that is now rocking the coalition...
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