• Labour Party heads for a split

    With Corbyn on the ballot and likely to win the leadership election, the Blairites have now lost control. Resigned to defeat, the right wing will eventually split away in an attempt to sabotage the Corbyn-led Labour Party. Read More +
  • Upheaval in Britain: where are we heading?

    Events are now moving at a lightning speed. Britain has become the focal point of the European crisis and even the world crisis. What direction is this volatile process moving in? Read More +
  • Brexit Crisis: The status quo has failed

    The Brexit vote has sent shockwaves across the whole of the British and European Establishment. The status quo has failed. Austerity has failed. Attempts to reform capitalism have failed. The system has broken - we need a revolution! Read More +
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  • Food courier strike delivers the goods in the gig economy

    Strike action by workers of the delivery firm Deliveroo has been successful in making the bosses reverse a decision that would have seen the couriers’ pay and conditions stripped back. In the process, a valuable lesson has been learnt for workers in precarious employment everywhere about how to fight back.

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  • #Traingate: Corbyn and Branson clash over parasitic profiteering

    British politics this week was rocked by a clash between Jeremy Corbyn and the multi-millionaire ‘entrepreneur’, Richard Branson. Branson's attacks on the Labour leader mark yet another desperate attempt by the Establishment to smear and slander Corbyn. But, as with all these other attempts, Corbyn's opponents have only served to highlight their own privileges and hypocrisy.

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  • Lessons of the 1931 Labour split

    With Jeremy Corbyn on course to win another landslide victory in the contest for the Labour leadership, the Party Establishment are preparing the ground for a split. Rob Sewell, editor of Socialist Appeal, looks back at the Labour split of 1931 to analyse the important lessons of Labour's history for today's tumultuous events.

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  • International launch of Trotsky’s "Stalin" a great success

    The new and completed edition of Stalin, the critical biography Trotsky was working on at the time of his death, was officially launched last Saturday at the Museo Casa de León Trotsky (Leon Trotsky House Museum) in Mexico City by the IMT with presentations by Esteban Volkov, Trotsky’s grandson, and Alan Woods, the editor of the new edition of the book.

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  • Greece in crisis – part five: Where did the Greek debt come from?

    Central to the current crisis in Greece is the question of debt - particularly the national debt. Reducing public debt has became the main aim of (and reason for) the seemingly permanent austerity forced on the Greek working class. Fred Weston continues his series on the deep crisis of Greek capitalism by exploring the origins of the high debt levels in Greece.

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