16 March 2018

Russia, spies and nerve agents

Putin and May, photo CC www.kremlin.ru

Should anyone accept Theresa May's and the Labour right's version of events?
Corbyn has correctly cautioned against the rush to judgement to blame Russia for the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

14 March 2018

Zero new homes 'affordable' in Blairite Manchester

A damning, yet unsurprising, February housing report reveals that zero affordable housing has been built in Manchester city centre in two years.

14 March 2018

Spring Statement 2018: Tory austerity staggers on despite economic and political weakness

The chancellor betrayed no sign that the agony wracking austerity Britain crossed his mind

14 March 2018

What we saw

The Mexican communist and artist Frida Kahlo is to be immortalised as... a Barbie doll. This farcical, tone-deaf plan is part of US multinational Mattel's 'celebration' of International Women's Day.

14 March 2018

Sainsbury's raise really a cut: fight for 10 with no strings!

Supermarket Sainsbury's announced on 6 March that it will increase the wages of its 130,000 store workers.

14 March 2018

Profits up Wages down

After congratulating themselves on nominally bringing the British state's finances out of the red - by plundering working class purses - the Tories sat down to vote on cutting provision of school meals and childcare.

13 March 2018

Determined UCU strikers: We're out to win!

Message from Sheffield University - UCU reject the deal, no sell-out., photo Alistair Tice

With a storm of protest on social media overnight and remarkable scenes on angry picket lines and massive protests, University and College Union members around the country have ensured no backtracking in their struggle to defend their pensions.

7 March 2018

Capitalism oppresses women - fight for socialism!

International Women's Day:
When the twenty first century dawned, young women in the US and much of Europe were being told that equality was within their grasp.

7 March 2018

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us - featuring China's haves and have-nots.

7 March 2018

Women's oppression: the struggle goes on

Women's oppression is far from beaten. The headlines can often seem grim. But, following in the footsteps of generations of women and workers before, the struggle for women's liberation is alive and well.

7 March 2018

Snow chaos showed the bosses' coldness - but also workers' grit

The snow has now mostly melted away. But the chaos is still fresh in our minds

7 March 2018

May's EU speech kicks the can down the road

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.

7 March 2018

Toys R Us, Maplin: worsening retail crisis claims more jobs

Trade unions must fight for public ownership: Big high street retailers Toys R Us and Maplin have gone under, with a number of other familiar names like Mothercare rumoured to follow

28 February 2018

Corbyn's customs union dividing line: now stand firm for pro-worker Brexit

Editorial of the Socialist: In essence, Corbyn sought to oppose the present pro-capitalist EU Customs Union with the idea of one that would be in the interests of working people

28 February 2018

Corbynism shows 'Clause IV' still relevant a hundred years on

A reestablishment of a version of the lost "socialist clause" in Labour's constitution would help the process of transformation, if it was a serious programme rather than an empty symbol

28 February 2018

Workers strike back!

Coordinate the struggles: Faced with a fresh series of attacks from the Tories and their friends in big business, workers are striking back up and down the country

28 February 2018

Resist the Tory war on women

International Women's Day - 8 March 2018: We fight for a world free of inequality and sexism

28 February 2018

KFC delivery crisis: make the bosses pay, not the workers!

The headlines make light of the frustrations of regulars missing out on fried chicken - but there is a serious side for workers

28 February 2018

Stormzy is right to slam Tories for Grenfell

For an independent working class inquiry: Stormzy reminded the world that what happened wasn't just a freak accident - it was a predicted consequence of profiteering

28 February 2018

Gorbachev: Accidental architect of world change

Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet Union's last leader, left a truly historical legacy. Aiming to reform bureaucratic rule he helped unleash forces that led to the collapse of Stalinism

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