Red Flag issue 37

Zero Covid: A workers’ programme

By Peter Main The recent launch of the Zero Covid campaign brings a welcome breath of fresh air and sanity to the public debate on dealing with the pandemic. For all their talk of “following the science” and “balancing health and wealth”, Boris Johnson and his cabinet have ignored clear lessons from the rest of […]

Workers Power  ·  10 December 2020

Purge plunges Labour into fresh crisis

By Dave Stockton On 29 October 2020, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Leader from September 2015 to April 2020, was suspended from party membership and had his membership of the Parliamentary Labour Party withdrawn. The action was taken by the Party’s unelected General Secretary, David Evans, in collusion with the party’s leader Keir Starmer. The pretext given […]

Dave Stockton  ·  01 December 2020

The Communist Party of Britain’s reformist road to socialism

Tim Nailsea reviews the 2020 edition of Britain's Road to Socialism

Tim Nailsea  ·  30 November 2020

Thailand: government wavers… how to overthrow it?


Robert Teller  ·  25 November 2020

Grenfell inquiry proves endemic corruption

Negligence at every step.

Joe Crathorne  ·  24 November 2020

Expiring Trump Administration declares Israeli land grabs “legal”

Mike Pompeo gives the green light to Israeli settlements.

Dave Stockton  ·  24 November 2020

Vote Paul Holmes – but organise the rank and file!

Unison General Secretary election.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  23 November 2020

Spy cops: stranger than fiction

We need a workers' inquiry.

Dave Brody  ·  23 November 2020

Brexit talks hang in the balance

Deal or no deal, the working class loses.

Tim Nailsea  ·  13 November 2020

Pakistan: International solidarity with missing IMT member

International Secretariat, League for the Fifth International The League for the Fifth International sends internationalist solidarity to the International Marxist Tendency whose member, Amar Fayaz, was whisked away by cops and armed men in plain clothes in the early hours of November 9. The abduction took place in Jamshoro, Sindh, which is located near the […]

Workers Power  ·  13 November 2020

US Elections: Democrat president, divided congress

International Secretariat, League for the Fifth International Joe Biden looks certain to be the next President of the USA but, despite a record turnout of some 160 million voters, this was no “blue tidal wave”. On the contrary, the Democratic party failed to win the Senate and even lost seats in the House of Representatives. […]

Workers Power  ·  06 November 2020

Bolivia’s Election: The defeat of the 2019 Coup

The Bolivian working class and indigenous peoples must ensure their electoral victory doesn't end in class collaboration.

Liga Socialista  ·  04 November 2020

Poland: Mass protests and strikes against abortion ban

Mass protests in Poland for abortion rights.

Aventina Holzer and Martin Suchanek  ·  01 November 2020

How the German Revolution was lost

Tim Nailsea reviews A People's History of the German Revolution

Tim Nailsea  ·  28 October 2020

Austria: Local elections in Vienna and a new Left organisation

By Workers’ Standpoint, Austrian section of the League for the Fifth International In the recent local elections in Vienna, the biggest city in Austria with about one third of the country’s population, our Austrian section was part of a new left election project called LINKS (German for “left”). These elections, although only regional, are comparatively […]

Workers Power  ·  23 October 2020

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