• The Sanders phenomenon

    The landslide victory of Bernie Sanders in the New Hampshire primary produced shock waves. This result has produced bewilderment among commentators. It was something that was not supposed to happen. Read More +
  • The crisis in Europe

    Josh Holroyd looks at the looming economic and political crises set to strike the EU this year, where none of the contradictions have been resolved Read More +
  • The Corbyn revolution

    The rise of the Corbyn movement is a political earthquake that has transformed Britain and shaken the Establishment. What does this movement represent, and where is it going? Read More +
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  • The Bernie Sanders phenomenon: What does it mean and where is it going?

    The landslide victory of Bernie Sanders in the New Hampshire primary produced shock waves. After narrowly losing in Iowa, Sanders beat Clinton by a margin of more than 20 percentage points in Tuesday's election. This result has produced bewilderment among the commentators. It was something that was not supposed to happen.

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  • Junior doctors' fight continues - escalate to win!

    10th February saw the second day of industrial action by junior doctors in their fight against Tory attacks on their terms and conditions. Everyone out on the picket lines was adamant and clear: this is a struggle to save the NHS from cuts and privatisation. With the Tories refusing to budge, the fight to defend the NHS continues.

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  • An introduction to historical materialism - part two

    In the second part of his introduction to the Marxist - that is, materialist - view of history, Alan Woods discusses the early stages of humanity and society, and discusses how class society and private property emerged on the basis of the development of the productive forces.

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  • Syria: at which stage is the war?

    Before they have even started, the so-called peace talks about the future of Syria have collapsed. As the balance of forces shifts in the war, none of the parties on the ground have any reason to take serious steps in the talks. All the geopolitical contradictions and tensions are coming to the fore.

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  • Liverpool protest: time to reclaim the beautiful game

    The walkout by over 10,000 Liverpool FC supporters at the game against Sunderland on Saturday 6th February is just the latest indication of the growing anger against how football clubs are trying to fleece fans for every penny. A wider protest is developing against big business' role in the "beautiful game".

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