Britain

Editorial: A Labour government will open a new terrain of struggle

To fight for anticapitalist measures to tackle war, poverty and climate change--we need a revolutionary workers' party

Workers Power  ·  13 June 2024

The general election and the tasks of the working class

The workers' movement has to put Labour on notice that it can expect no honeymoon

Workers Power  ·  12 June 2024

Fourteen years of Tory rule: a balance sheet

The Lords of Misrule prepare to depart the stage

Workers Power  ·  11 June 2024

Labour waters down workers’ rights plan

Labour's plan to extend workers' rights will be gutted by 'consultation' with bosses unless trade unions fight back

Workers Power  ·  10 June 2024

Is the NHS safe in Labour’s hands?

Privatisation is here to stay

Workers Power  ·  09 June 2024

Will GB Energy have the power to tackle climate change?

Labour's energy plan amounts to little more than state subsidies for big energy companies

Workers Power  ·  08 June 2024

Trade unionists campaign to divest pension funds from Israel

Trade unionists are organising to take control of their pensions

Workers Power  ·  07 June 2024

What attitude should socialists take to independent candidates?

Independent candidates should use their campaigns to organise a working class movement to press our demands on the next government

Workers Power  ·  05 June 2024

No vote for George Galloway and the ‘Workers Party’

The politics of Galloway and the Workers Party do not represent a way forward for the Palestine movement or the working class

Workers Power  ·  04 June 2024

Resist Rwanda deportation scheme

The Tories’ plan to deny refugees their right to claim asylum in Britain, and instead deport them to Rwanda, has overcome another hurdle with the passage of the Rwanda Safety Bill. The Bill was necessary to overrule last November’s Supreme Court ruling that the scheme broke UK and international law because there was insufficient evidence […]

Workers Power  ·  10 May 2024

Leeds students join the global student revolt in solidarity with Palestine

By Scott Woodhouse In the face of violent police repression of pro-Palestine student protesters in the USA, University of Leeds students walked out of classes on 1 May International Workers’ Day to set up an encampment outside their student union. Banners hung around the encampment read “No Pride in Apartheid!”, “No IDF on campus” and […]

Scott Woodhouse  ·  04 May 2024

Manchester stands with Elbit 3!

Palestine Action activists are being pursued through the courts in an attempt to stop the successful targeting of Israeli arms manufacturers

Workers Power  ·  22 April 2024

Tory Britain: the endgame approaches

Workers Power held its national conference last month, which debated and passed a perspectives document to guide our work over the next year. Here we publish edited excerpts.

Workers Power  ·  22 April 2024

Bankrupt Britain: how councils go bust

Bankruptcy proceedings filed up and down the country by local councils are the legacy of 14 years of Tory war on public services.

Workers Power  ·  22 April 2024

Sharon Graham scabs on Palestine

Union leader chooses militarism over internationalism

Workers Power  ·  22 April 2024

Boycott Israel: workers’ sanctions are the way forward

The focus of the Palestine solidarity movement has shifted towards boycotting arms for Israel, but to succceed it needs international organisation.

George Banks  ·  22 April 2024

Leeds uni students demand ‘war criminal off campus’

Students have occupied Leeds university to demand its implement the boycott of Israel.

Workers Power  ·  10 March 2024

Keir Starmer gets his betrayals in early

Rachel Reeve's 'smoked salmon offensive' must be met with a workers' offensive

Workers Power  ·  07 March 2024

The return of Stormont

The DUP have returned to power sharing. Who benefits?

Workers Power  ·  06 March 2024

Where next for the antiwar movement?

Delegate-based committees of action to unite the antiwar movement, combined with a fight inside the unions is needed to bring the working class into action

Workers Power  ·  05 March 2024

Better Buses coming to West Yorkshire?

We need a publicly-owned and run public transport service

Workers Power  ·  01 March 2024

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