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Teachers and pupils will be joining forces on the picket lines today. Similarly, in 1911, school students walked out, inspired by the movements of the working class. Both then and now, the radicalisation of the youth terrifies the ruling class.

This Wednesday, teachers across England and Wales will be walking out in a protest over pay, workloads, and conditions. It is vital that students offer solidarity to striking staff, in order to defend schools against austerity and academisation.

With the struggle of workers and peasants in Peru sharpening, internationalist activists in London gathered last night at a solidarity meeting co-organised by the Marxist Student Federation. We offer our full support to this inspiring movement.

Compulsory redundancies are on the cards at the University of East Anglia – a reflection of the dire situation facing higher education institutions everywhere. Workers and students must come together to fight against austerity and marketisation.

A new book by Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò argues that the establishment has co-opted and ruined identity politics. But these ideas were pernicious from the start. Instead of ‘reclaiming’ idpol, the left must fight on a class basis for socialist revolution.

Nominations are underway for the latest NEC elections in Unison, Britain’s public sector behemoth. With the class struggle sharpening, it is vital that the left learns the lessons of recent events, and mobilises militantly to transform the union.

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