Building collectivism, organising councils of action

By Andy Yorke THE 18 JUNE demonstration and RMT strikes have given a real shot in the arm for hundreds of thousands of workers preparing to defend their pay, jobs […]

05 July 2022

Mail, post, telecoms: co-ordinate the strikes

By a CWU rep IT IS a sign of the times that workers across the three main sectors organised by the Communications Workers Union—Royal Mail, Post Office and British Telecom—could […]

05 July 2022

Post Office workers serve up strike

Post Office workers are preparing to strike on 3 May after a massive 97.3% vote for industrial action over pay.

27 April 2022

The geopolitical struggle between Russia and the West

The United States works on the principle that what’s mine is mine and what’s yours is a matter for negotiation.

14 April 2022

Freedom convoys: the far-right roadshow

The anti-vax movement took a new turn early this year with the launch of the freedom convoy.

20 March 2022

Higher education strikes: escalate and fight for rank and file control

The Higher Education strike has seen vibrant picket lines and a fighting mood up and down the country.

01 March 2022

Kyle Rittenhouse and Michael Reinoehl: a tale of two shootings

Racist judicial system frees right wing militiaman Kyle Rittenhouse, but murders Michael Reinoehl

12 December 2021

Fire and rehire signals a growing bosses’ offensive

Even more employers will use this tactic to attack terms and conditions.

27 April 2021

Review: The Corona Crash by Grace Blakeley

Grace Blakeley’s The Corona Crash: How the Pandemic will Change Capitalism

12 February 2021

Remember the dead – fight for the living!

As the coronavirus crisis rips through society, International Workers' Memorial Day on 28 April is more important than ever.

27 April 2020

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