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12 June 2019

Tory drug hypocrisy

Michael Gove's Tory leadership campaign was tripping to catch up after he admitted taking cocaine on several occasions while working as a journalist

5 June 2019

Corbyn must go on the offensive against the Labour right

The Tory party is consumed by a leadership contest that is revealing the fissures along which it could tear itself apart.

5 June 2019

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us.

5 June 2019

Laughable research denies low-pay scandal

That's how many young adults will have felt when, sat in their bedsits, back living in childhood bedrooms, or sitting in their single rented room in a shared house, they read that actually they are benefiting from better pay according to the Resolution Foundation.

5 June 2019

Theresa May admits tuition fees system is broken - but plans new attacks on students

Theresa May has admitted that her and the Tories got it wrong on tuition fees and higher education funding.

5 June 2019

Reverse the GP cuts

7,000 GP vacancies are expected in the UK by 2024. Chronic underfunding is causing doctors to resign, without prospects of replacing them.

5 June 2019

Tories deny dire poverty ...look around you! Boot out the Tories

"I reject the idea that there are vast numbers of people facing dire poverty in this country." Those were the unbelievable words of Tory chancellor Philip Hammond.

29 May 2019

Tories smashed in Euros - Now get them out



Tory prime minister Theresa May is going. With ten leadership candidates announced and rising, the nasty party is tearing itself apart before our eyes

29 May 2019

Them & us

It's one world for the bosses and another for the rest of us. Queen backs EU; pensioners forced to work

29 May 2019

Blistering UN report condemns Tory austerity - workers' action can end it

The role of pro-market policies is clearly exposed as creating "a digital and sanitised version of the 19th-century workhouse, made infamous by Charles Dickens"

23 May 2019

Warning lights flashing for Corbynism

The promise of the Corbyn insurgency that began in 2015 is in danger. The triumph of the left-wing backbench outsider in the Labour leadership election four years ago opened up the prospect of overturning Tony Blair's 1990s transmutation of the Labour Party into New Labour.

22 May 2019

Labour's nationalisation plan: What policies are needed to avert climate catastrophe?

Jeremy Corbyn has announced a 'Green Industrial Revolution.' The plans include nationalising the gas and electricity supply - taking the National Grid into public ownership.

22 May 2019

British Steel threatened closure

The private steel producer could go under, threatening 5,000 jobs at its Scunthorpe and Teesside plants and a further 20,000 jobs in the supply chain

22 May 2019

May ends in June! Boot out the Tories!

We call on Corbyn: fight for a general election on socialist policies

May’s a goner! We face a summer Tory leadership contest but we need a general election to get the Tories Out!

15 May 2019

Honda bosses confirm closure: Unite must signal it will fight

Car workers in Swindon are reeling from the confirmation that the Honda plant will close

15 May 2019

Bosses fear revolt against capitalism



"There is a real question about whether democratic capitalism is working, when it is only working for part of the population". This was the warning of capitalist economist Angus Deaton launching his review on inequality in Britain.

15 May 2019

Profit system rapidly destroying environment

On 6 May, one of the most ambitious reports into climate change ever undertaken - the United Nation's Global Assessment Report on biodiversity - was released.

15 May 2019

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us.

15 May 2019

Knife crime tragedy linked to council cuts

In my home city of Birmingham there have been over 270 knife crimes so far this year. West Midlands Police report an 87% increase since 2013-2014.

15 May 2019

Workload-related mistakes by GPs on the rise - health unions need to fight back

After nearly a decade of Tory austerity and attacks on the NHS, it comes as no surprise that a Panorama investigation found that GPs are making mistakes due to workload. A majority of GPs admit seeing considerably more patients in a day than is considered safe.


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