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8 July 2020

Hong Kong: The fight for democratic rights

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong on the 23rd anniversary of the settlement between London and Beijing

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17 June 2020

Oppose racist symbols and the racist system

Cheers filled the air as the statue of slave-trader Colston in Bristol was pulled down

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17 June 2020

Tears and anger over the treatment of the Windrush generation

'Sitting in Limbo' is a powerful and moving real-life drama. It shows the trauma of Anthony Bryan, a member of the Windrush generation, as he struggles against removal from Britain

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17 June 2020

Reform or revolt? How was the slave trade abolished?

The slave trade between the west coast of Africa and the Americas over a period of 300 to 400 years was probably one of the most barbaric periods of exploitation in history

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26 February 2020

Weinstein found guilty

A jury in New York City found Harvey Weinstein guilty of rape and sexual assault on 24 February. More trials are ahead for the multimillionaire film producer.

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29 January 2020

TV review: The Trial of Christine Keeler

Benjamin Disraeli, two-time Tory prime minister in the nineteenth century, once said: "A Conservative government is an organised hypocrisy". The Christine Keeler story on BBC1 would seem to bear out that analysis.

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29 January 2020

Johnson's Huawei internet deal underlines world trade tensions

As expected, Boris Johnson has approved Chinese tech giant Huawei gaining licences to build 5G web network infrastructure in Britain.

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4 December 2019

Hillsborough justice eluded

In a second trial against David Duckenfield, after the first jury failed to reach a verdict, the former match commander stood accused of gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans in the Hillsborough football stadium disaster in 1989.

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27 November 2019

Resist attacks against free speech on campus

At a time when a general election is taking place, and students are discussing how to fight for free education, affordable student housing, and a decent quality of life after university, serious attacks on democratic rights on campuses across the country are being perpetrated.

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20 November 2019

Broadband: privatisation has failed to deliver, time for a socialist plan

Labour's policy announcement to nationalise Openreach and BT broadband infrastructure, and provide free internet for all, has had an impact

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11 September 2019

Leicester Kashmir protest rejects religious smokescreen

Leicester Socialist Party supported the 7 September demo against attacks on the democratic rights of the Kashmiri people by the right-wing Modi government.

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4 September 2019

Hong Kong protests: No let-up in trial of strength

After three months of unprecedented heroic mass struggle against the Lam administration, there seems no sign of an end to the conflict.

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14 August 2019

The Peterloo Massacre 1819: When a fearful ruling class tried to crush working-class political aspirations

The Peterloo Massacre was perhaps the most significant atrocity carried out by the British authorities against their own people.

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14 August 2019

Kashmir crisis: Stop the attack on democratic rights

The scrapping of Jammu and Kashmir's 'special status' and imposing brutal direct rule by Narendra Modi's right-wing Hindu-nationalist BJP government, has significantly increased repression in Kashmir and ratcheted up tension between the Indian and Pakistan governments.

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31 July 2019

Hong Kong: the struggle for democratic rights escalates

The struggle for democratic rights in Hong Kong is intensifying and widening far beyond the original campaign to scrap the authority's reactionary extradition bill

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15 May 2019

May 1649 - the Last Stand of the Levellers

In the latter part of the English Civil War in the mid-seventeenth century, the hopes of those who wanted the war against the king and the great landowners to bring fundamental change for the mass of ordinary people were being dashed.

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15 May 2019

Knife crime tragedy linked to council cuts

In my home city of Birmingham there have been over 270 knife crimes so far this year. West Midlands Police report an 87% increase since 2013-2014.

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8 May 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. EDF rip-off, pay day penury, Rouse, Ye Women!

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1 May 2019

Knife crime - a product of capitalist misery

Several recent tragic deaths of teenagers in 'knife crime' incidents have raised concerns about the level of violence affecting young people in England and Wales.

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13 March 2019

Anger after violent youth deaths - Communities need public services not cuts

So far this year, ten teenagers have already lost their lives in London as a result of knife crime. In response to these tragedies, people are rightly demanding action to keep communities safe.

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