RCN: Nurses get payback

By Rebecca Anderson THE leadership of the Royal College of Nurses (RCN) is trying to fight back from members’ attempts to oust it, after it misled them over the pay […]

Workers Power  ·  08 October 2018

The Fight for Labour Party Black Sections

By Jeremy Dewar IT is fitting to mark Black History Month this year by focusing on a battle fought largely inside the Labour Party between 1983 and 1993 for two […]

Workers Power  ·  08 October 2018

The Crisis in South Africa

By Jeremy Dewar MANY SCHOOLS, Labour councils and community groups will be celebrating Black History Month by re-telling the inspiring story of the anti-Apartheid struggle. And so they should. But, […]

Workers Power  ·  08 October 2018

Mexico 1968: Massacre in Tlatelolco

By Dave Stockton OCTOBER 2, 1968 witnessed the massacre of between three and four hundred of the 10,000 young demonstrators who had gathered in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas […]

Workers Power  ·  08 October 2018

Brett Kavanaugh and the United States of Gilead

Image Credit: C. Suthorn SATURDAY 6 October 2018, United States Senate Chamber. Vice President Mike Pence, a man who has stated that it is his express goal to make abortion […]

Rob Schofield  ·  08 October 2018

Neo-fascist Bolsonaro on verge of victory in Brazil

The massive political and trade union movements of Brazil’s industrial workers, landless farmers and poor in the favelas, face a deadly danger; the election of a semi-fascist, Jair Bolsonaro. He […]

Workers Power  ·  08 October 2018

Marxism: A is for Alienation

IT WAS a sunny day, so the foreman let us work outside, in the yard. We sat there hammering small metal discs into shape over a die for about an […]

Workers Power  ·  08 October 2018

B is for Bolshevism

Bolshevism is the model of democracy and unity that won the world's first socialist revolution

Workers Power  ·  07 October 2018

C is for Capital

Capital, invested in human labour power and machinery, proved to be the most effective means yet for one class to exploit another.

Workers Power  ·  06 October 2018

Ireland 1968-69: Mass revolt against the Orange state

On 5 October 1968, the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) savagely beat a peaceful civil rights march off the streets of Derry. This police riot was flashed over television screens throughout Ireland and Britain that very evening. Among the defenceless marchers was Westminster MP Gerry Fitt, with blood streaming down his face after being truncheoned. Some 96 people needed hospital treatment.

Workers Power  ·  05 October 2018

Sign up for our newsletter

Subscribe for our weekly class struggle bulletin