Dated: 17 Dec 2019
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Boris Johnson had a spring in his step after the Tories’ resounding win over the Labour Party in the general election last week.
A great wave of hope swept through people at Corbyn’s election rally on Wednesday night.
In a bitter blow the Tories have won a substantial majority in parliament after Thursday’s general election.
Labour Party members, socialists and campaigners spoke to Socialist Worker on Friday about what the general election has shown and how to build resistance to the Tories.
Rage against the Tories was on the streets of London on Friday evening as around 2,000 people joined a demonstration outside Downing Street.
Privateering prime minister Boris Johnson was set to announce plans to attack workers’ rights in the queen’s speech this week.
The United Nations’ Cop 25 conference said it would focus on stopping climate change. Instead it showed world leaders are unable to protect the planet, says Sarah Bates
A demonstration for Scottish independence in Glasgow on 11 January is set to be huge.
The general election saw Northern Ireland return more non-unionist than unionist MPs to Westminster for the first time.
Rage against the Tories was on the streets of towns and cities across Britain last week.
Migrants, Muslims and minorities fear attacks in the wake of Boris Johnson’s win.
Hundreds of health workers in Berkshire and Surrey were set to launch a three-day walkout against privatisation on Wednesday this week.
Test for bosses from Large Goods Vehicle examiners
Leave voters in Labour's former seats thought it would betray them over Brexit
Age affected how people voted
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party took just 2 percent of the vote in the general election
Another massive day of strikes and protests in France on Tuesday showed workers’ continuing determination to beat neoliberal president Emmanuel Macron.
Thousands of nurses and other health workers in Northern Ireland are fighting for higher pay.
The US House of Representatives was set to vote on whether to impeach Donald Trump on Wednesday of this week.
Workers across France are staging inspirational action against pension attacks
Climate change is creating extreme weather events that put food production at risk. To deal with it we have to challenge and transform a food system that is run for profit, writes Sarah Bates
Stalinist regimes across Eastern Europe fell in 1989, but Romania was the icing on the Xmas cake says Tomáš Tengely-Evans
As the right claim the general election and the Brexit vote are a rejection of left wing politics, Tomáš Tengely-Evans says there’s something much more complicated going on
This new BBC drama looks back on the events of the Profumo Affair—and tells a story of wealth, power, sexism and abuse, says?Tomáš Tengely-Evans
The Ocean at The End of The Lane tells the story of Alex, a man who returns home for his father’s funeral and looks back on his childhood.
The BBC promises a “unique and original take” on Charles Dickens’ Christmas ghost story.
Boris Johnson’s victory has to be met with a step change in our resistance
Powerful people are trying to justify sexual abuse by powerful people
Thank you for your fantastic coverage of the inspirational movement in Iraq.
Israel’s government plans to build yet another settlement bloc in Hebron. Local Palestinian activist Issa Amro told Nick Clark that the move will ‘strengthen apartheid policies in the city’