News & Analysis

Southampton dockers defy anti-union laws in solidarity with Liverpool strike
By Dave Stockton Dockers in Southampton have refused to unload containers diverted …
Parliamentary elections in Italy: Shift to the right in the midst of instability
By Azim Parker As expected, Giorgia Meloni and her ultra-reactionary Fratelli d'Italia …
Mini-budget: This was what Brexit was really about
By Peter Main At first sight, Kwasi Kwarteng's "mini-budget" looks like nothing …
Where next for the Royal Mail strikes?
Rank and File update
Obituary: Mikhail Gorbachev, 1932–2022
In death, as in life, the role and significance of Mikhail Gorbachev, …
Climate change: Unnatural disaster in Pakistan
Pakistani capitalism has colluded with the imperialists to condemn the poorest to …
‘Which side are you on?’ Labour has a crisis of leadership
Labour’s lead has narrowed to just four points.
What are workers’ councils?
The significance of the soviet form of organisation and what its legacy …
Belarus: ‘Railway partisans’ threatened with execution
The British press barely mentioned the resistance in Belarus.
Elizabeth Windsor (1926–2022)
HOUR AFTER hour of obsequious commentary, constant updating on the progress of …
‘Touch one, touch all’: The murder of Chris Kaba
By Jeremy Dewar TWO TO three thousand people turned out in central …
Somalia: Millions marching to starvation
Somalia, Ethiopia and northern Kenya are facing severe famine.
How can the strikes win – and what would victory look like?
Will this strike wave, the biggest for 30 years, end in victory?
There is an international crisis and we need an international struggle against it
Military conflict, climate catastrophe and economic collapse.
Left maintains NEC seats – despite Momentum
Four of the five candidates of the Centre Left Grassroots Alliance were …
Royal Mail strikes must demand nationalisation
It is clear that nothing less than the future of Royal Mail …
Democratic local assemblies needed to unite cost of living campaigns
By R. Banks and Alex Rutherford The growing cost of living crisis …
Dockers strikes spread from Felixstowe to Liverpool
Five hundred Liverpool dockers at England’s fourth-largest port, employed by MDHC Container …
Public sector pay ballots: press for co-ordination
Nurses, refuse collectors, youth workers, teachers, lecturers and civil servants are being …
When crime doesn’t pay (even the minimum wage)
Criminal Barristers are escalating their action to an all-out strike.

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