Sexual abuse and sexist attitudes aren’t the preserve of Asian men. They are at the heart of capitalist society. And this explains police failings.
Some newspapers last week reported that Britain’s top bosses have suffered a 17 percent pay cut. The real news is that the gap between bosses’ and workers’ wages is growing.
Groups of workers who’ve led impressive strikes this year have then halted their action to run a second ballot once 12 weeks have passed.
Politicians and pundits have whipped themselves up into moral outrage over Venezuelan “dictator”—or rather, elected president—Nicolas Maduro.
Is it really any wonder that people backed a manifesto that sought to reverse some of the worst effects of that crusade for the richest in society?
British newspapers were furious at a bomb maker who was jailed on terror charges last week.
The people at the top of society are in trouble. We need to be organised to exploit their vulnerability and force them out, and fight for a better society in the process
If you keep crying “Wolf!” don’t be surprised when the real beast enters the room.
Police officers in England have killed three black men in a month. Edson Da Costa died after being stopped by police in Newham, east London, on 15 June. His life support was switched off on 21 June.
Politicians who tied themselves in knots over whether to leave the European Union (EU) are finding the question of how to leave just as uncomfortable.
A letter of no confidence in Theresa May is already circulating among Conservative MPs.
How much bang for your buck do you think you’d get for a £100 million fighter jet?
Tony Blair's latest intervention in the Brexit debate shows him to be unusually self-deluding even by his standards. He still doesn’t seem to understand that every time he opens his mouth he damages whatever cause he’s supporting.
The Taylor Review was brought about by challenges by workers in bogus self-employment. But there’s a danger that the result will serve the bosses.
Even from their own viewpoint, warmongers’ celebrations of “victory” over Isis in Iraq sound hollow.
First Theresa May threw a bung to the reactionary Democratic Unionist Party. Then she called on the slippery Lib Dems to vote with her government. Now May is reaching out to Labour.
Offshore workers in the Unite union are the latest to have their legal right to strike blocked by the Trade Union Act. But it is possible to fight as Royal Mail have shown.
Even if councils stopped filling in potholes, maintaining parks and open spaces it wouldn’t be enough to satisfy the Tories’ demand for cuts.
It’s less than a month since the general election and the Tories have dropped almost their entire manifesto.
The way forward for the left is not to defend the indefensible neoliberal EU