Workers Power issue 385

Fighting Priti Patel’s war on migrants

Despite its talk of helping Afghan refugees, the government is passing new laws to harass migrants

Millie Collins  ·  27 August 2021

Furlough end threatens 1 million jobs

Mass unemployment and the scourge of long-term joblessness have returned.

Jeremy Dewar  ·  27 August 2021

Labour purge is price for Corbyn’s failure to confront bureaucracy

NEC purge signals end of left's attempt to wrest control of the party

Peter Main  ·  27 August 2021

Where is Starmer steering Labour?

This year's annual conference presents a last chance for the Labour left to regroup and reassess its priorities

Tim Nailsea  ·  27 August 2021

Stop the attack on the BDS campaign

The Tories are pressing ahead with plans to ban the BDS campaign in public institutions

Marcel Rajecky  ·  27 August 2021

Act now to stop NHS privatisation by stealth

Profiteers are cherry-picking the most profitable parts of our health service

Reginald Banks  ·  27 August 2021

A socialist plan for universal healthcare

The pandemic has exposed that the NHS is not so much at breaking point, but beyond it.

Bernie McAdam  ·  27 August 2021

Why we are relaunching Workers Power

National Committee statement on the relaunch of Workers Power newspaper.

Workers Power  ·  27 August 2021

How can students fight for change?

An explosion of student activism needs national coordination and a common strategy

Joe Crathorne  ·  27 August 2021

Mali: war on terror or new scramble for Africa?

By Marc Lassalle In June, President Emmanuel Macron announced the end of France’s eight year military operations against Islamist insurgents in Mali.  Codenamed Operation Barkhane, its initial objective was to prevent the fall of its capital Bamako to these forces, and to bolster the other former French colonies of the Sahel region, Burkina Faso, Chad, […]

Marc Lasalle  ·  17 August 2021

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