Enough is Enough

Rebuilding our movement

AS IMPORTANT as they are, these strikes are not the immediate answer for the whole working class. Given weak levels of unionisation and strikes in Britain since the 1980s and Thatcher, there must be a social movement against the high cost of living crisis—the poor, those on benefits, pensioners, low income workers and precarious sections […]

Workers Power  ·  16 January 2023

How can this winter of discontent end in victory?

Editorial December-January 2022/23, No. 399

Jeremy Dewar  ·  17 December 2022

Don’t wait for the Tories to lose it!

Editorial October 2022, No. 397

Workers Power  ·  08 October 2022

Leeds cost-of-living protest gives a voice to growing resistance

By Rebecca Anderson The 1st October Enough is Enough day of action in Leeds began at 10am when a thousand people joined the picket line at the train station, spilling out into the road as we listened to the RMT speaker explain why they are striking and won’t give up, followed by chants of “Enough […]

Rebecca Anderson  ·  02 October 2022

Where next for Enough Is Enough?

If the national campaigns won't unite, we need to build unity from below

Workers Power  ·  02 October 2022

Where next for the Royal Mail strikes?

Rank and File update

A CWU Rep  ·  23 September 2022

‘Which side are you on?’ Labour has a crisis of leadership

Labour’s lead has narrowed to just four points.

George Banks  ·  13 September 2022

Democratic local assemblies needed to unite cost of living campaigns

By R. Banks and Alex Rutherford The growing cost of living crisis and increasing public alarm at what it will mean pose the urgent need for a united front between all those affected by inflation. It needs to bring together union members and those who want to join a fighting union; the unemployed and underemployed; […]

Alex Rutherford  ·  10 September 2022

Political bulletin: Launch of ‘Enough Is Enough’ campaign

Political bulletin for 17 August 2022

Workers Power  ·  17 August 2022

Class struggle bulletin

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