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23 June 2021

Northern Ireland and Brexit

Edwin Poots, leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), the largest party in Northern Ireland, has resigned just three weeks after he won the position

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9 June 2021

Post-Brexit trade deals: Workers' mobilisation needed to stop corporate extortion

Since the UK's departure from the European Union, the Tory government has come under pressure from its backers in big business to establish trade agreements with as many countries as possible

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20 January 2021

News in Brief

At the same time as the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published its 2020 report showing that Britain's poor got poorer due to furloughing and job losses, etc, while the rich prospered - Boris Johnson reshuffled his government and appointed Kwasi Kwarteng as the new business secretary.

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Tower Hamlets council workers struck against contract downgrades in July 2020, photo Hugo Pierre

30 December 2020

2020 - a year which drove home the catastrophic failures of capitalism

Too many deaths from the pandemic, job losses, pay cuts and poverty were the experience across the planet.

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2 December 2020

News in brief

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18 November 2020

Tories in turmoil... 'Reset' the whole system! Fight for socialism


Who needs Game of Thrones when you have the unfolding events in Johnson's government?
Don't just get angry, get organised!
Join the socialists

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28 October 2020

Food and a capitalist Brexit: No trust in Tory Deals!

No Tory-negotiated trade deals will defend the interests of the working class. However, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson plays hard ball in the eleventh-hour negotiations on what will replace Britain's

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16 September 2020

Non-fiction: Left Out - the inside story of Labour under Corbyn

Retreat and hesitation could not beat the relentless right wing

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16 September 2020

Johnson's brinkmanship over EU deal deepens capitalist splits

Johnson is under pressure from the two wings of his own party as well as the capitalist class

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9 September 2020

U-turn Tories' splits are growing

Fissures have reopened between the Tory party's wings and could quickly become chasms

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5 February 2020

'Post-Brexit' era of crisis ahead

Brexit Day has been and gone. Now Johnson is promising the "dawn of a new era".

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29 January 2020

Brexit and British capitalism - why Johnson's juggernaut is set to jackknife

Boris Johnson now faces, in the words of a newspaper journalist, a long-postponed "rendezvous with reality".

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8 January 2020

Trouble ahead for Johnson: Brexit is far from 'done'

Those who wanted Johnson to end the chaos and uncertainty will be disappointed.

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27 November 2019

Tory election campaign's dirty tricks and lies

Tory dishonesty has been all over the news. The latest incident saw them attempt to mislead voters by rebranding one of their Twitter accounts as a fake fact-checking service for the duration of the ITV leaders' debate.

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30 October 2019

Selling the Socialist

Just some of the events where the Socialist newspaper was sold in the past days..

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30 October 2019

Anti-austerity, socialist policies can be a winning formula

As the parliamentary Brexit crisis drags on, the already deep distrust of capitalist politicians is being further undermined

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24 October 2019

The Brexit battles still to come

There is no neat solution at hand for the capitalists and their political representatives

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23 October 2019

Boot out Boris and his bosses' deal. General election now!

The Tory party chose Boris Johnson as its leader because he promised to deliver Brexit by 31 October 2019, even if it meant leaving without a deal

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16 October 2019

Corbyn must stand firm against establishment and Labour right

The Tory government's new spending promises are not a change in a working-class friendly direction. Rather, they are temporary concessions in an attempt to win a general election.

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