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21 February 2018

Outrageous sentence for TUSC agent in 'misleading electors' court case

This is part of the Tories' moves against democratic rights, including electoral rights, as a response to the accumulating rage at their never-ending austerity agenda

21 February 2018

Facebook sides with state repression - reinstate the Tamil Solidarity page

This is an attack on freedom of speech

21 February 2018

How can students and young people fight the Tories?

Prime Minister Theresa May has proposed cutting tuition fees for some students - who are clamouring to get involved in the fight on any issue they think they can win

21 February 2018

Northern Ireland talks process paralysed

Theresa May's claim that an agreement would be "up and running very soon" humiliatingly came to nothing

21 February 2018

Like rats from a sinking Ukip

Ukip has shed its fifth leader since the 2016 EU referendum

21 February 2018

Blairite mayor faces open election after democratic 'irregularities' - fight for a no-cuts mayor

Hated Newham mayor Robin Wales, the Labour right-winger who's held onto power for 23 years, is finally facing an open election

21 February 2018

Tories raid 1bn from NHS facilities budget - unions must act

For the last four years the government has been delving into the NHS maintenance budget to fund everyday running of services

19 February 2018

Usdaw victory - Socialist Party member Amy Murphy wins presidential election

The many Usdaw members and shop workers who expressed support for Tesco worker Amy and her policies will be delighted by this massive step forward.

14 February 2018

Tamil youth march for justice

Brigadier Priyankara Fernando's cut-throat threat to peaceful protesters outside the Sri Lankan High Commission caused massive outrage

14 February 2018

Oxfam scandal: we need democratic aid and working class solidarity

For democratic control over aid and emergency assistance - through elected committees of workers, land labourers and poor people

14 February 2018

Building support for Corbyn's anti-cuts policies in the local elections

TUSC conference 2018: If there is no fight, it means extinction for indispensable services and jobs. The Tories' planned cuts exceed three-quarters of councils' core funding

14 February 2018

What we saw: Tory-Blairite EU love-in

Tory and Blairite MPs could combine to rescue big business

14 February 2018

Rent doubles in a decade: cap rents, build council homes!

A stunning new report reveals the total rent paid in the UK has doubled to 51 billion since 2007

14 February 2018

McDonnell says Labour would put services 'irreversibly' in workers' hands

Only mass mobilisation can prevent capitalist sabotage and guarantee workers' democracy: Fight for public ownership under democratic workers' control and management, with compensation to owners only on the basis of proven need

14 February 2018

We can win the fight for the NHS

The situation isn't all doom and gloom. Movements can be, and are being, built around the country to save hospitals

7 February 2018

NHS - build the fightback

Tens of thousands in London and dozens or hundreds on each of more than 50 other events around the country boldly protested in defence of our NHS.

7 February 2018

Corbyn's left must seize the advantage in Labour's civil war

Headlines scream about a hard-left takeover of the Labour Party. No wonder. Under Tony Blair, big business found a safe political alternative to the Tories. How they must now long for the return of pro-capitalist, pro-austerity Labour as they watch the Tories' divisions

7 February 2018

Haringey: now's our chance for a no-cuts council

Right-wing pro-mega-privatisation Labour councillors deselected. Arch-Blairite council leader resigned. Major privatisation and gentrification project derailed.

7 February 2018

90 feared dead after migrant boat capsizes

I, being a refugee from Sri Lanka, a victim of civil war, find it disheartening when I read the news about 90 migrants thought dead after a boat capsized off the coast of Libya.

7 February 2018

Capita in crisis: bring all outsourcers back in-house

Shares in outsourcing giant Capita have collapsed following the company's profit warning to shareholders. This follows shortly after its competitor Carillion sank into liquidation, and underlines further the fragile state of British capitalism.


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