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5 June 2019

70 years since the publication of Nineteen Eighty-Four: "But if there was hope, it lay in the proles"

George Orwell's last and most famous novel is still the go-to source, 70 years on, for anti-authoritarian imagery. But the socialist author's 1949 dystopian masterpiece is also widely misrepresented.

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22 May 2019

Sri Lanka - Ten years after the brutal end of the war

Thirty years of war in Sri Lanka came to a brutal end on 18 May 2009. In their final act of barbarity Sri Lankan government forces surrounded over 300,000 people fleeing the war, forced them into a tiny lagoon called Mullivaikal and bombarded them.

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22 May 2019

What lies behind the US-China trade war?

The stakes have been raised in the increasingly ill-tempered and rapidly escalating trade war

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15 May 2019

May 1649 - the Last Stand of the Levellers

In the latter part of the English Civil War in the mid-seventeenth century, the hopes of those who wanted the war against the king and the great landowners to bring fundamental change for the mass of ordinary people were being dashed.

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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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20 March 2019

Exhibition: Don McCullin - a life in pictures

Being a legal aid lawyer, you are subjected to audits by all kinds of people. As it is, working a weekend allows you a day off mid-week and I took the opportunity to pop down to Tate Britain. The reason for the trip was to see the retrospective on the photographer Don McCullin.

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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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6 February 2019

Theatre: Ballad of Johnny Longstaff

Three times BBC Radio 2 folk award winners, The Young'uns began their Ballad of Johnny Longstaff tour at Hull University on 28 January and Hull Socialist Party branch was there to see it.

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30 January 2019

Exhibition: Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms: Art, Word, War

As we left this engrossing exhibition at the British Library my friend said: "there is nothing new under the sun".

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9 January 2019

Theatre review: Women of Aktion - the heroic story of how World War One was ended

Women of Aktion by the Bent Architect Theatre Company tells the story of the women and men whose heroic actions brought World War One to an end.

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9 January 2019

Heroic martyrs of German Revolution

January 15 marks the 100th anniversary of the murders of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht, two of the outstanding leaders of the German and international working-class movements.

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27 December 2018

Preparing the struggle for socialism in 2019

Tories torn apart, French workers and youth in revolt, 'populism' on the rise... revolution in the air? Capitalist parties across the world are split in the teeth of mounting mass opposition.

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12 December 2018

John Maclean - revolutionary fighter of the working class

A leader of 'Red Clydeside', John MacLean was an outstanding orator, a peerless educator in Marxist ideas, writes On the recent 95th anniversary of the death of Scottish Marxist John Maclean, Philip Stott, Socialist Party Scotland, looks at Maclean's contribution to the socialist and working-class movement..

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14 November 2018

1918: revolution ends World War One

By the time the war ended it had put into question the 'right' of the ruling classes to rule

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26 September 2018

Trump's tariffs raise international tensions

US-China trade war: On 24 September, a further tranche of US tariffs on $200 billion of imported Chinese goods - nearly 6,000 products - was imposed by the Trump administration.

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26 September 2018

Fighting for socialism amid capitalist chaos

No-deal Brexit, establishment splits, threat of renewed downturn ... : Edited extracts of a speech given by Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary.

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12 September 2018

When working class women dominated football

One hundred years ago the 'beautiful game' came to be dominated by women.

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29 August 2018

100 years since police went on strike: "never nearer to Bolshevism"

On a number of occasions, the ruling class in Britain has trembled with fear when faced with mass struggles of workers which could threaten their rule. Such movements as the 1984-85 miners strike and the 1926 general strike brought clashes between striking workers and the powers of the capitalist state.

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