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A ban to beat bigotry in Birmingham?


The threat to LGBT+ education is growing as bigots pledged to press ahead with protests outside a school in Birmingham.

Theresa May leaves a broken Tory party in her wake


Theresa May was to step down as Tory leader this week in a fitting manner—humiliated, derided and friendless.

Boris Johnson won’t end the Tories’ woes


The fact that Donald Trump has endorsed Boris Johnson for the Tory leadership, telling the Sun newspaper “he would be excellent”, is no surprise

Left won’t make gains without class politics


There’s a howling political crisis in Britain—and the left is missing out.

Shed no tears for May


Theresa May confirmed she was standing down as Tory leader on Friday of next week. Most people, including the posh scum of her own party, are glad she is going.

Far right gain from mainstream crisis


The two “moderate” blocs that have run the European Parliament for decades have seen their control torn away in the recent elections.

As Tories’ face wipeout, make the most of their Euro election disaster


The Tories faced a wipeout at this week’s European elections.

Stop warmonger Trump in June


For the second time in his presidency, Donald Trump has threatened to destroy a whole country.

Farage has benefited from ruling class splits


Who is the most successful British politician of the 21st century? The depressing answer, according to the election expert John Curtice, is Nigel Farage.

Jeremy Kyle and television’s grim reality


The Jeremy Kyle TV show has been suspended after a guest died just days after filming an episode.

Vote Labour in the European elections - and increase the Tories’ crisis


The Tories are in near-terminal collapse. They cannot pass legislation, they cannot resolve Brexit and their supporters are jumping ship to the racists of the Brexit Party.

US trade war makes all rivalries sharper


The trade war between the US and China ratcheted up a notch over the past week.

A campaigning victory in Cambridge


The decision to end academic Noah Carl’s research fellowship is a victory for campaigning.

Crisis of political elite caused election losses


Local elections in England last week reflected a deep crisis of mainstream politics

Security leak farce and Gavin Williamson sacking shows Tory weakness


In many ways Gavin Williamson, the sacked Tory defence secretary, is a preposterous figure. As chief whip, he helped Theresa May become prime minister. Promoted to defence secretary in November 2017, he struck hawkish poses.

The right smear Corbyn because they hate his anti-imperialism


The latest smear of antisemitism against Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is another attempt to discredit the left and its opposition to war.

A climate of inaction by politicians over the planet


After a week of protests during the “International Rebellion” for climate change, political leaders have agreed to talks with the Extinction Rebellion (XR) direct action group.

Nazi Tommy Robinson - a threat we must stop


Tommy Robinson is a danger to Muslims, minorities and working class people. Everyone has to make sure he isn’t elected as an MEP for the North West of England on 23 May.

The Brexit Party aims to strengthen the far right - don’t be a fool for Farage


There are two common mistakes about Brexit. The first is that it is necessarily a coherent right wing project about achieving an even more radical form of neoliberalism than currently prevails in Britain.

Vote for Labour in local elections


Local elections will take place in 248 English councils on Thursday of next week.

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