Trouble at the top: the social roots of the Tory crisis

The deep divisions in the Conservative party have their roots in the decline of British capitalism.

02 November 2022

Chep UK – strike reaches twentieth week

The fight at Chep is an example of how attacks on the cost of living are eroding workers’ pay.

23 April 2022

Sanctions are ‘war by other means’

The British media have hailed the scale of sanctions being imposed upon Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.

14 April 2022

Should the trade unions disaffiliate from Labour?

Strike-breaking by Coventry's Labour council has raised the question of affiliation once again

06 March 2022

Unite investigates scab officials

The only way to ensure that union officials will never again sell out their own members to the bosses and the state is to democratise our unions.

07 February 2022

The Young Communist League and the rehabilitation of Joseph Stalin

Amid growing tensions between the CPB and the YCL, Tim Nailsea explains the nature of Stalinist politics.

20 November 2021

Review: Why You Should Be A Trade Unionist by Len McCluskey

The former general secretary's parting gift to the movement will not become required reading for trade union militants

15 November 2021

Stagecoach workers should demand a national fight

By Tim Nailsea STAGECOACH DRIVERS, engineers and cleaners in Scotland, Chesterfield, Manchester, the North-East, Lancashire and Liverpool and South Wales are all balloting, or have already been balloted for strike […]

01 November 2021

Workers Expected to Pay for Worst Economic Crisis since 2008

By Tim Nailsea BRITAIN’S ECONOMIC growth has almost stalled because of shortages of labour in parts of industry and of material inputs, due to disruptions in the supply chain, coupled […]

25 October 2021

Unite: national strike needed to make Stagecoach pay up

We need 15% or £15 an hour

15 October 2021

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