When a video of two women paraded naked by a mob in the Indian state of Manipur went viral in July, it shone a light on the crimes of Modi’s India.
The GFA promised much but delivered little—except a breathing space for British imperialism
UK-EU deal sidelines reveals decorative nature of Northern Ireland Assembly
Hindu nationalism is promoting anti-Muslim hatred
The 1972 dock strike has important lessons for today as we enter a new period of industrial struggle
By Bernie McAdam IN RESPONSE to threats over pay, compulsory redundancies and safety, RMT rail workers have voted in favour of strike action across Network Rail and 13 other train companies in the biggest endorsement of strike action since privatisation. Only at GTR did the vote for action fall short. RMT balloted over 40,000 members, […]
Sinn Fein victory runs into Unionist veto
Forty years ago, Margaret Thatcher’s Tory government fought an undeclared war against Argentina for control of the Malvinas.
P&O Ferries have brutally sacked 800 workers without notice and replaced them with scab crews on less than the minimum wage.
Cuts to London transport funding are a political attack on Labour and the unions