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15 January 2020

Reverse Unison's undemocratic nomination of Blairite Starmer

There is widespread outrage in the union following the endorsement of Starmer

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15 January 2020

Labour Party leadership contest: Fight for a mass anti-austerity, workers' party with a socialist programme


The process to elect a new leader of the Labour Party is underway and poses an essential question. What will happen to the potential, opened up by Jeremy Corbyn's unexpected leadership victory in 2015, to win a mass party in the interests of the working class?

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15 January 2020

Nottingham: Youth protest against Barclays 64 million fossil-fuel investments

20 young people protested outside Barclays bank in Nottingham on 11 January.

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15 January 2020

Sustainable food production and the need for socialism

Millions of predominately young people around the world protested in 2019 at the lack of governmental action to halt global warming which is leading to catastrophic climate change.

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8 January 2020

Ignore the hype - austerity goes on: organise to resist

It's not just the Socialist that is challenging Johnson's claims that he will end austerity and grow the economy. According to the director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, winning the election was "the easy bit."

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8 January 2020

Capitalism must go - fight for socialism

If visitors from outer space had come to earth for Christmas, they would surely ask: who the hell is in charge here?

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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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8 January 2020

Shell pays 0 corporation tax, and plans huge hike in fossil output

Faced with increasing scrutiny worldwide, oil giant Shell has revealed it paid no UK corporation tax in 2018. This is despite Shell also earning nearly 557 million in pre-tax profits in the UK over that year, with global pre-tax profits being $35.6 billion.

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8 January 2020

Trump attacks Iran - London protest: We need workers' action against war and austerity

Socialist Party members responded to the call to oppose Trump's drone strike on Iranian general Qasem Soleimani and the ratcheting up to war on Saturday 4 January.

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Workers demonstrating in France, 5.12.19, photo by GR

20 December 2019

2020: Class struggles and capitalist instability will intensify

Today's mass movements against the 'establishment' and capitalism will develop further around the world

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4 December 2019

Social workers lobby Hull City Council

About 150 social workers lobbied Hull City Council on 21 November. They were campaigning for a more reasonable workload and an end to bullying by management, writes Mick Whale, president, Hull trade union council.

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4 December 2019

South African Airways workers win wage increase after strike action

The outcome of the South African Airways (SAA) strike is a victory. The National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (Numsa) and the Cabin Crew Association of South Africa deserve the applause of all aviation workers, and the working class, as a whole.

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30 November 2019

Unite against terrorism, racism, war and austerity

Another terrible attack in London. Two people stabbed to death, three more injured. The Socialist Party completely condemns this horrific attack

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27 November 2019

End council cuts now, to end Tory austerity!

A decade of attacks on the working class has sharply hit local councils.

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27 November 2019

Labour's manifesto: fight to transform hope into a socialist society

Corbyn's manifesto offers a glimpse of jobs, homes and public services for the 99%

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