Are we heading, as some commentators claim, for another “Roaring Twenties”, like the economic boom that followed the terrible flu pandemic of 1918-19?
With many campaigns turning to militant direct action, Nick Clark argues that the tactic is more effective within a mass movement.
Remember when the left was against nationalism and flags?
The Tories are ramming home a multi-pronged assault on basic rights.
“Donald Rumsfeld never loses.” James Mann in his book about George W Bush’s war cabinet, The Rise of the Vulcans, calls this “an old bit of folk wisdom that has been quietly passed around among Republicans for decades”.
With the last US troops set to leave Afghanistan, Socialist Worker looks at how president Joe Biden is dealing with their defeat
Boris Johnson would like to take credit for Matt Hancock’s resignation as health secretary.
EU citizens and refugees are feeling the sharp impact of the Tories’ racist immigration clampdown. This Wednesday was the deadline for EU citizens to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme, which protects rights such as employment and healthcare in Britain.
Zheng Zeguang, the Chinese ambassador to Britain, recently tweeted a picture of him visiting Karl Marx’s grave in Highgate, London.
The new series of Love Island is launching. Sophie Squire investigates why certain body types are marketed to us, and the pressure to buy into them
Who could have stopped the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017? According to the official inquiry, it was two low paid teenage stewards. Sir John Saunders, chair of the public inquiry into the bombing, said there were “serious shortcomings” and missed opportunities to prevent the attack.
The Tories have discovered the terrible injustices faced by working class children. And they are very angry about them. Or at least they are pretending to be, to fuel a different agenda.
The general agitation about inflation continues among the bosses
Presidents Putin and Biden met last week for a summit. Socialist Worker investigates what the outcome means for imperialism
There was more evidence this week that Keir Starmer is both alienating and repulsing sections of people who previously supported Labour.
The Tories are intensifying their racist attacks.
Why did the Northern Ireland protocol to the Brexit agreement between Britain and the European Union figure so large at the G7 summit in Cornwall?
Digital currencies made to be untraceable were once touted as a democratic alternative to ‘real money’. Not anymore
Union conference season is in full swing, so Labour leader Keir Starmer is schmoozing the bureaucrats
Football fans booing England players taking the knee last week is an issue that goes further than sport. It shows how racism is structured and used by the elite.