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10,000 reasons to open borders—report slams Tories for abandoning child refugees
Some 10,000 refugee children have disappeared, potentially into exploitation and abuse, due to Britain’s “deplorable” refusal to let them in.

Our fury matters - black activists speak out
Thousands of people protested across Britain in recent weeks to insist that “Black Lives Matter”. Called in response to a series of police killings in the US, the protests have struck a chord with many young people angry at racism in Britain too. Black activists in London told Socialist Worker about why they are marching—and how to win

Defend Jeremy Corbyn from the right wing in the Labour Party
The Labour leadership crisis has brought the deep divisions in the party out into the open—and they’re pushing it to breaking point.

Anti-war movement was right on Iraq
The Chilcot report into the Iraq war was set to be published this Wednesday. It is expected to expose the lies the West used to wage war on Iraq in 2003. But millions of people at the time saw through the lies and joined one of the biggest movements Britain has ever seen. Judith Orr tells the story


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