Now Boris Johnson really has to “get Brexit done”. Formally leaving the European Union (EU) on 31 January is one thing. Settling the real relationship between Britain and what will remain its biggest market is quite another.
awitchhunt in the Labour Party is about to begin in earnest on a mass scale.
The state is so worried about Extinction Rebellion (XR) it has included the direct action group in its Prevent strategy.
It’s clear who the losers were in the confrontation between the United States and Iran.
The sexist treatment carried out by the police and justice systems toward women alleging rape was highlighted in a recent horrifying case in Cyprus
Wildfires, floods and the threat of war ushered in 2020
A BBC TV programme says ‘overpopulation’ causes climate change. Gabby Thorpe debunks this dangerous racist idea
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
Sydney was choking in smoke as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.
The ruling class and its hangers on threw everything at Jeremy Corbyn in the run-up to the general election.
News from the German economy last week sent a shiver through bosses across Europe.
Socialist Worker urges everyone to back Jeremy Corbyn and vote Labour on Thursday.
Three things in the past week have offered some inspiration and excitement away from the election grind
E arth is experiencing such an acute climate crisis that “once in a century” catastrophes are now becoming regular occurrences
The Tories and the Blairites within the Labour Party quickly realised after Jeremy Corbyn’s election as Labour leader that the antisemitism slur was their most effective weapon against him.
This week we saw examples of how Labour’s election campaign could be electrified.
Antisemitism is “sanctioned from the top”—but not, as the Chief Rabbi wrote this week, from the top of the Labour Party.
There’s a large element of accident in how Ukraine has come to dominate the impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump
Will a Labour government fulfil Jeremy Corbyn’s promises to “pull down a corrupt system and build a fairer country?”