• 1917: February Revolution

    One century ago, the Russian masses rose up to overthrow the hated and rotten Tsarist regime. This marked the beginning of the 1917 Russian Revolution. Read More +
  • Labour's "soft coup"

    John McDonnell has warned of a "soft coup" being orchestrated to undermine Labour's leadership. The only way forward for Corbyn is to boldly go on the offensive. Read More +
  • The death of Liberalism

    Twenty-five years ago after the fall of the Soviet Union the defenders of capitalism were euphoric. But now history has returned with a vengeance. Read More +
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  • Britain: In the eye of the storm - part one

    We are publishing here the first part of a document on the perspectives for the class struggle in Britain, which was discussed at the recent conference of Socialist Appeal supporters. Although already overtaken by events in places, the document explains the main processes affecting British society, as well as outlining the fundamental contradictions facing the ruling class and leaders of the labour movement.

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  • Westminster terrorist attack leaves four dead

    Four people have been killed and at least 40 injured in what the police are describing as a “terrorist incident” yesterday afternoon in Westminster. We condemn this brutal action. It is clear that capitalism has created this monster of terrorism, which already is creating a sense of panic among the population that will be used to justify all kinds of reactionary measures.

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  • 20 million people at risk of starvation: Capitalism is horror without end

    Earlier this month, the United Nations announced that 20 million people are at risk of starving to death across the globe due to the wars and political crises in countries such as Yemen and South Sudan. This international humanitarian famine crisis is not the product of any "natural disaster" but is yet another symptom of the rotten capitalist system.

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  • Housing crisis hits Oxford: fight for a socialist answer

    This month, Oxford was again named the least affordable city compared to average earnings. In response to this housing crisis, a number of protests have been seen across Oxford in solidarity with those affected. James Morrow of the Oxford Marxist society discusses the question of housing and homeless and points the way forward.

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  • George Osborne, the Evening Standard, and capitalism’s revolving door

    Steve Jones examines the reasons behind the appointment of George Osborne, the former chancellor, as the new editor of London Evening Standard. With the Brexiteers increasingly in control of their party, the Prime Minister, and the government, it is clear that the liberal wing of the capitalist class is looking to "take back control" for themselves.

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