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24 November 2021

USA: Right-wing vigilante Rittenhouse acquitted - capitalist courts will not defend the working class!

USA: Right-wing vigilante Rittenhouse acquitted - capitalist courts will not defend the working class!

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17 November 2021

China: Bureaucracy grapples with new crises

In October the IMF slightly downgraded its predictions for global economic growth, citing the continued pandemic and slow progress in vaccinating the world as major factors

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17 November 2021

Sunak's climate finance agenda typifies capitalism's COP26 failure

Having reportedly banned young climate change activists from attending his talk at COP26, Chancellor Rishi Sunak - the UK's richest MP - went on to capture the headlines with his speech on a 'Finance Alliance for Net Zero'.

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17 November 2021

Ten years on - where has Podemos's radicalism gone?

Pablo Iglesias - one of the founders of the Podemos party in the Spanish state and its most prominent representative - announced his resignation from politics earlier this year, the tenth anniversary of the movement of the Indignados (the 'outraged') which gave birth to the new party

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3 November 2021

Fight for socialism to end climate destruction

COP26: Zero trust in capitalist class: COP26 - the global climate summit taking place in Glasgow from 1 November - will probably agree on something. Promises to hit a 'net zero' carbon emissions target by 2050 for example.

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3 November 2021

Vaccine inequality - the ugly face of capitalism

While a majority of adults in the advanced capitalist countries of Europe and North America have been fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus, in low-income countries of the 'global south' only 1.4% of people had received one dose as of September 2021

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3 November 2021

Race to top for bankers

Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak slashed a tax on banks' profits by 60% in his autumn budget statement, shortly after removing the £20-a-week Universal Credit top up and announcing that National Insurance contributions will rise by 1.25 points.

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20 October 2021

TV review: Squid Game

'An unflinching critique of capitalism': The South Korean-produced Squid Game now has over 111 million views around the world, in record time for a series released on Netflix

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20 October 2021

Austria: Chancellor Kurz resigns amid allegations of corruption

Sebastian Kurz of the right-wing People's Party (÷VP), for five years a shooting star of the European conservatives, had to 'step aside' as Austria's chancellor on 9 October

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20 October 2021

Save the planet from capitalist climate catastrophe

The world leaders, including Boris Johnson and Joe Biden, will arrive at the COP26 climate conference starting on 31 October in their polluting private jets, to talk about how we must do more to prevent climate change

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13 October 2021

Newcastle United takeover - no to billionaire Ashley or Saudi despots

For working-class control of football: The vast majority of Newcastle United fans were overjoyed on 7 October at the news that the 14-year reign of Mike Ashley, of Sports Direct infamy, was finally over.

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13 October 2021

Build a mass working-class climate movement with socialist policies

The COP26 UN climate summit in Glasgow is now only weeks away.

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9 October 2021

Newcastle United takeover: No to billionaire Ashley or Saudi despots

The Saudi Public Investment Fund owns 80% of the club.

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6 October 2021

Railway bosses cook the books in another capitalist market failure

In an episode of the classic Channel 4 sitcom, Father Ted claimed the money was "just 'resting' in my account" when desperately trying to explain away some financial irregularities.

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6 October 2021

Capitalist climate hypocrisy

Boris Johnson and the Tories see the COP26 conference in November as an opportunity to showcase their vision for a 'Global Britain' leading the way on climate change

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6 October 2021

Capitalism's economic instability in the 'new normal'

Volatility in world supply chains: The recent acute shortages of energy, goods and labour in some sectors in the UK stems in large part from UK-specific capitalist failings

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5 October 2021

Pandora leaks put capitalism in the dock


Expose it and fight for a socialist alternative

The explosive leaking of 6.4 million documents and 1.2 million emails showing the totally parasitic nature of capitalism and its rulers in today's world. Implicated are 35 heads of state, over 100 billionaires and 300 public officials.

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29 September 2021

German election: A change of capitalist government, but disaster for Die Linke

The result of the Bundestag elections on 26 September heralds a new political period for Germany. The two big 'peoples parties', the social-democrat SPD and Christian-democrat CDU/CSU bloc, have massively

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29 September 2021

CWI livestream rally report

The Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) livestreamed a rally on 26 September on the critically urgent theme of a 'socialist solution to the capitalist climate catastrophe'.

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28 September 2021

Starmer consolidates post-Corbyn Blairite transformation of Labour

Mandelson once said New Labour was "intensely relaxed about people getting filthy rich". He is now intensely happy about this year's Labour conference.

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