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27 October 2021

Fighting sexism and harassment, and for a safe night out

Many young people feel that the lockdown has 'stolen' what should have been the most fun time in their life

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27 October 2021

TV review The Riots 2011: One Week in August

Following the murder of Mark Duggan by the police, riots rocked London, and many other cities, a decade ago

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27 October 2021

Military coup in Sudan - Defiant masses take to the streets

For a revolutionary workers' and poor people's government!: At the time of writing, a military coup is taking place in Sudan. The army has arrested civilian ministers and their advisors. However, tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in defiance

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19 October 2021

Arms fair: Hundreds of protesters defy police 'dispersal zone'

The police had the power to order people to leave the area

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13 October 2021

News in brief

MPs list Covid failings: Workers' inquiry needed: A slow move into lockdown restrictions at the start of the pandemic, a decision to halt testing in March 2020, the disastrous privatised test-and-trace, and sending thousands of Covid-positive patients into care homes - all among the government's "big mistakes" in handling the Covid pandemic in E

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6 October 2021

Sarah Everard trial reveals police abuse of power

While the Tories talk about how murders like Sarah's should never happen again, their actions speak otherwise.

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22 September 2021

Fighting evictions in Cornwall

Violent County Court bailiffs and police were no match for a well-organised and determined human wall defending a private tenant from eviction.

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8 September 2021

Vigil: A nuclear sub murder mystery

TV Review: 'We are here to start a nuclear war. Don't waste our time with one bloody death', is the attitude of the officers on HMS Vigil towards the hapless detective DCI Silva in the opening episodes of this

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25 August 2021

Exam results: grade gap widens

After a tumultuous two years of studying during a pandemic, students across the country finally received their teacher-assessed results on 10 and 12 of August

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25 August 2021

Reflections on the Lebanese tragedy one year on

It was the morning of 4 August, the first anniversary of the explosion in Beirut. My family and I were sitting round the breakfast table at my godmother's house, all of us reminiscing about where we were

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25 August 2021

Afghanistan: The Taliban takeover - what are the lessons for the workers' movement internationally

On Sunday 15 August, Taliban militiamen, packed onto their trademark pick-up trucks, drove unopposed into Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, ousting the US-backed government of Ashraf Ghani.

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11 August 2021

August 1991 - The aborted military coup in the 'Soviet Union'

How the defeated putsch opened the floodgates to capitalist restoration: 30 years ago, an ill-fated military coup against Mikhail Gorbachev, head of what was still known as the Soviet Union (USSR), was launched

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4 August 2021

Tory cuts worsened crime and Johnson 'blitz' won't help

Johnson's 'Beating Crime Plan' is aimed at Tory voters.

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7 July 2021

Bristol: Police to blame for protest violence

When a Bristol demonstration in March ended in clashes between protesters and police, it was splashed across the front page of every capitalist newspaper.

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30 June 2021

Can Biden reform the police?

A look at one of the most contentious issues in the USA today - policing

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30 June 2021

Dalian Atkinson - police found guilty of killing ex-footballer

PC Benjamin Monk was found guilty on 23 June at Birmingham Crown Court of the manslaughter of ex-Aston Villa footballer Dalian Atkinson, in a trial lasting six weeks

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30 June 2021

German Greens: The image and reality

In Germany, the Green party is riding a wave of popularity. Following the selection of Annalena Baerbock as its candidate for Chancellor (Prime Minister) it hit 28% in the opinion polls.

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23 June 2021

Tory review won't deliver justice for rape victims

'Rape has been decriminalised'. This was a 2019 assessment of a situation where just 1.6% of rapes result in someone being charged. Each year around 128,000 people are victims of rape but only just over

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23 June 2021

Women and the criminal 'injustice' system

In April of this year, the Ministry of Justice released a report responding to the 'growing mental health crisis' for women in prison

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23 June 2021

Anti-protest bill breaches human rights

Even Parliament's human rights committee (JCHR) has lambasted the Tories crime and policing bill. Restricting the right to protest will breach human rights laws and criminalise peaceful protesters, it

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