• Greek referendum: A slap in the face for the Troika

    Greek voters have decisively rejected the terms of an international bailout. The "OXI" victory marks another turning point in the development of the European revolution. Read More +
  • Blairites concerned by Corbyn campaign momentum

    Following the first televised hustings, the Blairites are becoming increasingly worried by the popularity of Corbyn's anti-austerity message and the possibility that he could actually win the Labour leadership contest. Read More +
  • Explosive situation developing in Britain

    The coming to power of a new Tory government opens a new stormy chapter in Britain. Rob Sewell looks at the turbulent period that lies ahead in the wake of the election and in the context of the world capitalist crisis. Read More +
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  • Greek referendum: a slap in the face for the Troika – what next?

    Greek voters have decisively rejected the terms of an international bailout. Sunday’s referendum was a slap in the face for the bankers and capitalists of the Eurozone. The "OXI" victory marks another turning point in the development of the European revolution.

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  • Unite the Union backs Corbyn as support for anti-austerity campaign grows

    The news that the national executive of Unite, Britain’s largest union, has come out in support of Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign to become Labour leader will be welcomed by both Labour members and trade unionists. The trade union leaders must now throw their full weight behind Corbyn and argue for a strong socialist programme in order to galvanise the vote for Jeremy.

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  • Greek referendum: say No to austerity; break with capitalism!

    The Greek crisis is approaching a denouement. This marks a turning point for the working class of Greece and the whole of Europe. In advance of tomorrow's referendum, we publish here a statement by the International Marxist Tendency on the latest developments between the Troika, on the one side, and the SYRIZA-led government and the Greek masses on the other.

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  • Letters to Cameron or European Big Business are not the answer

    An open letter has appeared in the Guardian from various leaders of the labour movement and figures from the Left in Britain, appealing to Cameron for debt relief for Greece. But the solution to austerity, Rob Sewell argues, will not be found in appeals to the capitalists and their representatives. Instead, the Left leaders should be fighting for a socialist programme.

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  • Corbyn for Labour leader! Fight for the radical transformation of society!

    We publish here a letter from Ben Gliniecki, a Labour Party member and Socialist Appeal supporter, who responds to a comment from another London Young Labour member and Jeremy Corbyn supporter that "it's the taking part that counts". Far from being unelectable, Ben argues, with a bold socialist programme, Corbyn could make Labour a pole of attraction to workers and youth across Britain.

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