| 2021 Back issues
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We need a new political party for workers and youth
What’s behind the worker shortages, and what can be done about it?
Social care plans: A sticking plaster instead of surgery
Hands off the Universal Credit uplift
Unite young and old to defend the pensions triple lock
Climate change, capitalism, and the struggle for socialism
We won’t pay for capitalism’s failings
Scrap tuition fees – end university marketisation
The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare the marketised tuition-fee model under which UK universities are operated.
Returning to campus: Students need to fight
As we progress through the month of September, students and young people across the country will be preparing themselves to return to their respective studies.
Campaigning for socialism at Oxford Brookes Uni
Youth Fight for Jobs launches campaign in Brighton
NSSN trade union rally reflects working-class anger to fight back
Oaks Park school: Redbridge Labour council backs strike-breaking bullies
Illegal strike-breaking, a dossier of testimonials about management bullying, and victimisation of a union rep who fought for Covid safety
Save jobs and services – nationalise rail
Weetabix – workers have had enough
Carmarthenshire Unison: ‘Recognise our union!’
Union members in Plaid Cymru-run Carmarthenshire Council, Wales, are demanding a Trade Union Recognition Agreement (TURA) at Cwm Environmental, which is wholly owned by the council.
Goodlord dispute: Labour’s leadership weasled out of backing strike action
Take the wealth off the super-rich to fund: NHS and social care, pay and benefit rises
Deaths of despair: Health crisis – capitalism in the dock
On the frontline, and still fighting for the NHS
Solidarity to the striking workers at Charité and Vivantes hospitals in Berlin
Putting socialism on the map in Chichester
Reclaiming Pride as protest in Nottingham
Fighting fund target reached: Help us continue to raise our banner and programme
Nuclear Folly: A New History of the Cuban Missile Crisis
The Cuban missile crisis in 1962 is far from underrepresented in books and media. But ‘Nuclear Folly’ uses fresh material provided by newly declassified files from the KGB archive, shedding light on
TV review – Grenfell: The Untold Story