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9 September 2020
Black Lives Matter (BLM) held a demo in Newport calling for justice for Jacob Blake, shot seven times in the back by police in Wisconsin, and Mercy Baguma, a Ugandan asylum seeker who was found dead in her Glasgow flat alongside her one-year-old malnourished son.
2 September 2020
Over 6,000 people have watched our rally - Leon Trotsky: Why couldn't his idea be killed? - commemorating the 80th anniversary of his assassination. It was organised by the Committee for a Workers' International
19 August 2020
New publication from Socialist Books. Leon Trotsky - A Revolutionary Whose Ideas Couldn't Be Killed is a collection of articles from the Committee for a Workers International (CWI).
5 August 2020
The global economic crisis and the pandemic is causing mass misery for millions around the world not seen since the 1930s.
17 June 2020
The devastating impact of coronavirus in Scotland was underlined on 11 June when National Records of Scotland reported that 4,000 people had so far died from confirmed or suspected Covid-19.
6 May 2020
Many Socialist Party members will remember Peter Hadden, who died ten years ago, on 5 May 2010 ('Obituary: Peter Hadden - an inspiring life for socialism' - socialistparty.org.uk)
6 May 2020
The coronavirus crisis has exposed all the inadequacies, incapacities, and insoluble contradictions of India's capitalist state, writes Jagadish G Chandra, New Socialist Alternative (CWI in India).
30 April 2020
Royal Mail and the CWU are heading towards a major national dispute. "The workplace is a tinderbox and it's being ignited by Royal Mail", Gary Clark, CWU branch secretary, spoke to Socialist Party Scotland
22 April 2020
I know everyone is mindful of finances at a time like this. Personal finances have taken a hit, people are fundraising and donating to others, writes Sue Powell, Gloucester Socialist Party.
8 April 2020
The Committee for a Workers' International (CWI - the socialist international organisation the Socialist Party is part of) is posting regular updates from its sections around the world
1 April 2020
After the pandemic crisis, things will never be the same again. This will be similar to the situation after the two world wars of the 20th century.
31 March 2020
The global coronavirus pandemic has exposed the fragility of capitalist food supply systems - whose rationale is based on maximising profits rather than meeting human needs
25 March 2020
A CWI statement on the new era of upheaval that has opened up and the need for socialism.
18 March 2020
In the recent mass movements against austerity and the capitalist establishment in Chile, the demand for a constituent assembly has arisen
18 March 2020
Leïla Messaoudi of Gauche Révolutionnaire was elected to the local council of Petit-Quevilly in the city of Rouen
29 January 2020
Abbey Trotsky of the Democratic Socialist Movement (CWI, Nigeria) faces four cases against him in separate courts, writes The Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) is the socialist international organisation to which the Socialist Party in England and Wales is affiliated. CWI members here in Britain, those in other countries are involved in workers' struggles and developing socialist ideas in order to fundamentally change society.
22 January 2020
This year's planned general strike on 8 January was massive. It broke all previous records in the numbers involved in united class action in India
15 January 2020
At least 80,000 marchers packed the rain-soaked streets of Glasgow
16 December 2019
Boris Johnson and the Tories' election victory will have angered and disappointed many workers and young people
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