Workers Power issue 412

Editorial: A Labour government will open a new terrain of struggle

To fight for anticapitalist measures to tackle war, poverty and climate change--we need a revolutionary workers' party

Workers Power  ·  13 June 2024

The general election and the tasks of the working class

The workers' movement has to put Labour on notice that it can expect no honeymoon

Workers Power  ·  12 June 2024

Fourteen years of Tory rule: a balance sheet

The Lords of Misrule prepare to depart the stage

Workers Power  ·  11 June 2024

Labour waters down workers’ rights plan

Labour's plan to extend workers' rights will be gutted by 'consultation' with bosses unless trade unions fight back

Workers Power  ·  10 June 2024

Is the NHS safe in Labour’s hands?

Privatisation is here to stay

Workers Power  ·  09 June 2024

Will GB Energy have the power to tackle climate change?

Labour's energy plan amounts to little more than state subsidies for big energy companies

Workers Power  ·  08 June 2024

Trade unionists campaign to divest pension funds from Israel

Trade unionists are organising to take control of their pensions

Workers Power  ·  07 June 2024

Has Genocide Joe turned peacemaker?

Will the US continue to allow Israel to ignore its most important ally?

Workers Power  ·  06 June 2024

What attitude should socialists take to independent candidates?

Independent candidates should use their campaigns to organise a working class movement to press our demands on the next government

Workers Power  ·  05 June 2024

No vote for George Galloway and the ‘Workers Party’

The politics of Galloway and the Workers Party do not represent a way forward for the Palestine movement or the working class

Workers Power  ·  04 June 2024

Ceasefire now: No weapons for genocide!

There can be no peace while Israel maintains its occupation of Gaza and the West Bank

Workers Power  ·  03 June 2024

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