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4 April 2018

Right-wing Vote Leave campaign may have broken spending laws

Fight for a socialist, internationalist Brexit: The allegations emphasise that in Brexit, as in all things, workers have nothing in common with the bosses and their politicians

4 April 2018

Retail crunch: even giants not immune as 21,000 jobs disappear

Fight for living wages and public ownership: A recovery in the retail sector requires a recovery in the pockets of ordinary workers

4 April 2018

End the housing crisis! We can't wait till 2022!

Labour councils must act now: We need council candidates in May who will fight the crisis

28 March 2018

Grenfell: survivors not rehoused, inquiry not independent, blocks not safe

The government has admitted that 82 households are still in temporary accommodation following the Grenfell Tower fire and not all will be in permanent accommodation by June, the first anniversary, writes Paul Kershaw, chair, Unite union housing workers branch.

27 March 2018

Antisemitism slurs: latest attempt to derail Corbynism

Jeremy Corbyn resoundingly won the second leadership contest the Blairites forced on him in 2016 but they go on looking for every opportunity to undermine, damage and remove him.

23 March 2018

For a fighting, democratic Labour Party

Labour's left has been strengthened since the general election but its pro-capitalist wing remains intact and still wields considerable power.

23 March 2018

Social media - the potential and the limits

Facebook's release of information scandal raises questions on how social media operate, and the broader implications.

22 March 2018

NHS pay: Reject the Tories' divide and rule offer

While Jeremy Hunt proudly endorsed the latest pay offer for NHS staff, the headline figure of 6.5% is not all it seems.

21 March 2018

Jeremy Corbyn and Brexit

An article written by Socialist Party executive committee member Judy Beishon for the German paper 'Solidarity', the paper of Socialist Alternative (SAV) in Germany.

21 March 2018

Passing the council cuts test

The age of austerity has claimed its first failing local authority, Northamptonshire, but it won't be the last. Councils in England overspent their services budgets by 901mn in 2016-17.

21 March 2018

Them & us

It's one world for the super-rich and another for the rest of us. Toffs tell debtors to hang and face sacking for bad behaviour; child poverty soars.

21 March 2018

Cuts harm kids' health

Workers can beat NHS cuts and sell-offs: Estimates suggest up to 50,000 children and young people will be losing out on vital mental health attention

21 March 2018

The Blairites are NHS privatisers - to save it means sacking them

Alan Milburn was Tony Blair's health secretary for four years. He accelerated privatisation in office - and now profits from it after leaving

21 March 2018

Hands off free school meals!

Fight for full funding: This year, the government's April Fools' prank is one of the sickest yet. While MPs' basic salaries rise to 77,379, the Tories want to cut access to free school meals for a million children

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.


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