Britain is a key link in Israel’s war machine, selling weapons, conducting research, and investing pension funds. It’s time to the break the link—no cooperation with occupation!
For more than 70 yrs Israel and its western allies have cloaked their disposition and ethnic cleansing of Palestine behind the supposed goal of the eventual Palestinian State. Why has it never been achieved?
Alex Rutherford explains the tensions between the different factions of Zionism and how these affect Israel’s war aims
The hospitals affected are two of seven hospital buildings across the north west dubbed ‘the worst region in the country’ for roofs built with collapse-prone concrete
Under pressure from rank and file activity most of the revolutionary socialist groups turned left, workers power argues now is the time to unite all who want to develop a rank and file strategy.
27 June, Nanterre (a banlieue of Paris): two policemen stop a car, one shouting, ‘Open or I put a bullet in your head!’. Seconds later, a shot. 17-year-old Nahel M is dead.
Israel launches deadly raid into the occupied territories
800 striking workers at St Mungo’s homelessness charity have escalated to indefinite action, Jeremy Dewar reports.
Pakistan is heading towards a constitutional crisis. Minerwa Tahir argues why a constituent assembly is the way forward.
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Horrific scenes of families starving and freezing on the Belarusian border represent a new low for human rights in the recent history of Europe.
‘NEGOTIATIONS ARE about give and take … We are not cowards because we have taken a compromise,’ said the self-styled ‘socialist revolutionary’ Irvin Jim, general secretary of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa). Immediately after, he ordered 155,000 steelworkers back to work, ending their three-week strike. This wasn’t just ‘compromise’; it was […]
By KD Tait ON SATURDAY 16 October tens of thousands attended an anti-fascist demonstration in Rome, called by the CGIL trade union, in response to a fascist attack on the union’s headquarters the previous week. On 9 October thousands of people had attended a protest against the Green Pass, a covid passport which provides proof […]
By Jaqueline Katherina Singh (Berlin) The Social Democrats (SPD), led by Olaf Scholz, topped the polls with 25.7% in the German general election on 26 September and will take the first shot at forming a coalition government. Negotiations are likely to last till Christmas. Over the preceding year both the conservatives (CDU/CSU) and the Greens […]
By Marcus Otono (Nashville, Tennessee) Texas has become the testing ground for a new approach to the nearly 50 year-long battle over abortion rights in the United States. A new law took effect on 1 September which prohibits terminations after the detection of a foetal heartbeat, around six weeks into a pregnancy. There are no […]
RF Political Committee Right wing members of Labour’s National Executive Committee (NEC) are proposing a motion to expel members of four leftwing organisations who have opposed Keir Starmer’s leadership and the witch-hunt of anti-Zionists and Marxists. While the total number of members is small, the proposal to ‘proscribe’ (i.e. ban) Socialist Appeal is a reference […]
Only 43 of 800 accused officers have been prosecuted.
A number of schools have seen students walk-out in protest.
The centerpiece of Castillo’s campaign was to call a constituent assembly.
Momentum's biggest problem is not structural but political.