Workers Power issue 410

Imperialist ‘ceasefire’ is no solution

The crisis in the Middle East underlines the urgency of building a genuinely internationalist and anti-imperialist antiwar movement

Workers Power  ·  12 March 2024

Save Port Talbot: strike and occupy for nationalisation

3,000 jobs are under threat at Tata Steel. The fight will have consequences across the whole industry.

Andy Yorke  ·  12 March 2024

Sharon Graham: a mid-term report

Halfway through Graham’s first term, we look at the general secretary’s record and the limits of her return to ‘pure’ trade unionism.

Workers Power  ·  11 March 2024

IWD 2024: step up the fight against war

On IWD2024, redouble the struggle for peace, justice and women's liberation

Workers Power  ·  08 March 2024

Keir Starmer gets his betrayals in early

Rachel Reeve's 'smoked salmon offensive' must be met with a workers' offensive

Workers Power  ·  07 March 2024

The return of Stormont

The DUP have returned to power sharing. Who benefits?

Workers Power  ·  06 March 2024

Where next for the antiwar movement?

Delegate-based committees of action to unite the antiwar movement, combined with a fight inside the unions is needed to bring the working class into action

Workers Power  ·  05 March 2024

Israel and West defy ICJ ruling

Despite its limitations, the ICJ ruling represents a moral blow to Israel and the western powers.

Workers Power  ·  05 March 2024

Ukraine: no end in sight after three years of war

The war is exacerbating the contradictions inside Ukraine and Russia

Workers Power  ·  03 March 2024

Review: The power and politics of textiles in art

An international representation of textile art interrogating gender, race, environment and more

Workers Power  ·  02 March 2024

Better Buses coming to West Yorkshire?

We need a publicly-owned and run public transport service

Workers Power  ·  01 March 2024

Israel and US plan ‘peace’ of the graveyard

The US is talking up the prospect of Israel's war ending with a two-state solution

Workers Power  ·  01 March 2024

Starmer’s dirty tricks sabotage parliament ceasefire call

Labour avoided a major rebellion by trampling on democracy -- a habit Keir Starmer is becoming fond of

Workers Power  ·  23 February 2024

Northern Ireland: escalate public sector strike

By Bernie McAdam OVER 150,000 public sector workers went on strike on Thursday 18 January in the biggest strike action the ‘Northern Ireland’ state has ever seen. Workers from 16 trade unions involving public transport, education, health and the civil service walked out for the day over an outstanding pay award. A near General Strike […]

Workers Power  ·  02 February 2024

Obituary: Dave Lewis (1959–2024)

Dave Lewis, revolutionary socialist and founder of Lesbians & Gays Support the Miners

Workers Power  ·  31 January 2024

All out with the miners!

The miners are now locked in a life or death struggle with the Tory government and Thatcher’s henchman at the NCB.

Workers Power  ·  22 March 1984

Women must back the strike!

THE COMING struggle in the mines is likely to be a long and bitter one. It will involve not only the miners but their wives and families in tremendous sacrifices. Already miners’ families will have discovered that one of Thatcher’s measures in 1980 has deprived them of between £12 and £14 a week in social […]

Workers Power  ·  22 March 1984

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