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9 February 2022
Capitalism means inequality - socialism can end it: The 'Inequality Kills' report by Oxfam shines a light into the horrific poverty conditions experienced by billions around the world
26 January 2022
Three children were killed by an air strike as they were playing football in Yemen on 21 January, and more than 70 prisoners died when a detention centre was bombed
12 January 2022
The richest 1% of households were getting richer even before the pandemic, taking their average wealth to £3.66 million. The wealth gap has widened further since.
6 January 2022
Tony Blair has joined current Labour leader Keir Starmer in being knighted, rewarded for his services to the bosses' establishment
8 December 2021
The impending passing of the 'Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill' has raised a question among some activists that its list of restrictions on the right to protest will, in effect, mark the end of protest in the UK
13 October 2021
The Pandora papers have further revealed capitalism's parasitic nature. Britain's housing crisis is shown to serve as a lucrative venture for the super-rich. The investigation revealed that 1,500 UK
15 September 2021
You couldn't make it up. As workers in health, local government and education are balloting on insulting pay offers from the government, Johnson and the Tories announce yet another pay cut: a 1.25% increase
8 September 2021
Social care is in crisis and needs fixing. There's no doubt about that. Over 40,000 died from Covid in care homes during the pandemic in an overwhelmingly privatised system that puts profit before safety.
16 June 2021
We may all say things we don't mean when we want to impress our peers in a sun-drenched luxury hotel in Cornwall.
21 April 2021
The withdrawals from the Super League are celebrated
14 April 2021
Global media company Forbes recently published its 'World's Billionaires List'. When compared with Unicef's prediction that 140 million children will fall below the poverty line as a result of the
17 March 2021
The problem with soundbites is that people have a habit of remembering them. Like Boris Johnson promising us a 'world beating' test, track and trace system.
3 March 2021
A social tsunami threatens Britain. Two million workers are already on the dole and five million more on furlough, facing an uncertain future when the scheme ends. But the Tories are intent on bailing out the rich.
27 January 2021
There are many crises facing workers and young people. The health crisis, with our NHS stretched to breaking point, pay cuts, job losses, and poverty.
20 January 2021
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.
20 January 2021
In the last week the real number of deaths from Covid has gone over 100,000, and the UK has recorded the highest per capita death toll in the world
16 December 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has been truly global in character, with every nation reporting cases. Why is it then, that as the first vaccine shipments leave the factories, your ability to access it will depend
9 December 2020
£320 billion is lost annually to corporate tax abuse and private tax evasion, the equivalent of nearly 34 million nurses' salaries, according to the Tax Justice Network.
2 December 2020
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