Red Flag issue 16

Soviet Avant Garde: Boris Arvatov’s Art & Production

A review of Boris Arvatov's Art and Production, published for the first time in English by Pluto Press

Workers Power  ·  02 November 2017

Red October: The working class takes power

IN THE February Revolution of 1917, the workers and soldiers of Petrograd rose in spontaneous revolt against the hardships caused by two and a half years of war. Civilians were […]

Workers Power  ·  01 November 2017

Royal Mail wins strike ban injunction

By A CWU Rep ROYAL MAIL bosses using the courts to get our strike declared “unlawful” and force us into “mediation” is a dishonest delaying tactic designed to break the […]

Workers Power  ·  01 November 2017

Labour secures pause in Universal Credit rollout

ON 18 OCTOBER, Labour unanimously won a symbolic opposition day vote calling for a pause in the introduction of Universal Credit. The motion was non-binding but the result is a […]

Workers Power  ·  01 November 2017

Labour claims the new political centre ground

LABOUR’S BRIGHTON conference was a confirmation that, thanks to a general election in which Labour saw a net gain of 31 seats and the Tories lost their overall majority, Jeremy […]

Workers Power  ·  01 November 2017

Catalan nationalists collapse with a whimper

After the nationalist debacle, it's time for working class unity to fight for a socialist and democratic alternative

Workers Power  ·  31 October 2017

Internationalism: Labour’s missing link

Labour’s subservience to imperialism is the price it pays for ruling the capitalists' system

Workers Power  ·  29 October 2017

Ireland: Abortion Rights Campaign secures referendum on Eighth Amendment

Escalate the struggle for safe, legal and free access to abortion for women across Ireland and the Six Counties. 

Workers Power  ·  27 October 2017

China: Xi Jinping’s ‘New Era’

China's president used the party's 19th Congress to set out the country's bid for global pre-eminance

Workers Power  ·  26 October 2017

Labour of Love: a marriage of convenience

Audiences will wish a little more love had gone into James Graham's laboured production

Workers Power  ·  25 October 2017

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