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24 February 2021

Film Review: The White Tiger

The White Tiger, a film based on the bestselling novel by Aravind Adiga, depicts the story of a young man's bid to overcome caste and social oppressions to become a self-made person.

24 February 2021

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24 February 2021

Tories tout toilet tensions

The Tory government has opened a call for evidence regarding the availability of men's and women's toilet facilities

24 February 2021

Pride flag is about unity in struggle

'Rainbow capitalism' is the term given to the corporate bandwagon-jumping of brands using the iconic gay pride symbol - the rainbow flag - to decorate their products during 'Pride season'

17 February 2021

The Socialist Inbox

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17 February 2021

Film Review: Dear Comrades!

The film 'Dear Comrades', produced by the Russian film-maker Andrei Konchalevsky, came out last year and won the Special Jury Prize at the 2020 Venice Film Festival.

10 February 2021

Why I joined the Socialist Party - a student

While a few years ago I would have thought it unimaginable, I recently joined the Socialist Party. The last 18 months have been an extremely transformative time. My world view has drastically changed

10 February 2021

Why I joined the Socialist Party - a nurse

I've been a nurse in the NHS for 17 years, and have first-hand experience of privatisation, attacks on pay and working conditions, and dangerously underfunded services

10 February 2021

Starmer ditches Labour movement tradition for cheap trick

Readers' opinion: Keir Starmer's 'new management' Labour has just taken a further right turn away from the traditions of the labour movement

10 February 2021

The Socialist Inbox

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10 February 2021

Book that inspired me: God's bits of wood

This is a tremendous dramatised account of the successful five-month-long strike of railway workers on the Dakar to Niger railway between 1947 and 1948

3 February 2021

GameStop: Billionaires hurt at their own game

Recently, users of big online forum Reddit influenced the entire stock market, causing huge hedge funds to go into meltdown

3 February 2021

The Socialist Inbox

Capitalist governments turned blind eye to Holocaust: Send your news, views and criticism, in not more than 150 words, to [email protected] - or if you're not online, PO Box 1398, Enfield EN1 9GT.

27 January 2021

TV Review: It's a Sin

I remember the first time I heard about being gay outside of jokes in the playground. It was looking at pictures of Kaposi's sarcoma patients in a science textbook page on HIV/Aids.

27 January 2021

TV review: The Hidden Story of Disabled Britain

Cerrie Burnell and her team have produced a landmark documentary on the subject of disability.

20 January 2021

Books that inspired me: The Road to Wigan Pier

In early 1936, a then unknown George Orwell was commissioned by the publisher Victor Gollancz to travel to the north of England to research 'the conditions of the working class'

13 January 2021

Book Review: Humankind - Dispelling the myth that humans are too selfish for socialism

Historian Rutger Bregman's book 'Humankind' tackles a subject matter that socialists know about only too well - 'human nature'

6 January 2021

Technology and AI response: Capitalists only invest for profit

Mark Best's article 'Can green technology and AI save capitalism?' was excellent, and many readers could use personal experiences to develop the points he made.

6 January 2021

Engels on the origins of women's oppression

In the final article in our series to commemorate 200 years since the birth of Friedrich Engels, Christine Thomas looks at the relevance of his important work 'The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State' for the struggle today to end women's inequality and oppression.

6 January 2021

Books that inspired me: The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck

Millions of workers in the US and globally find themselves out of work, unable to afford the basics, and at the mercy of capitalist crisis


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