It’s not migrants who are draining the NHS - and laws to deny them free care are costing lives
Workers and soldiers spontaneously rose up against the Tsar many times—but it took organisation to carry this through to victory
Revolts repeatedly break out, but they don’t always win. The Bolshevik party in Russia showed how socialist organisation plays a critical role in driving revolutions forward to victory
The Mensheviks were revolutionaries, but ended up siding with forces opposed to the Russian Revolution. How did this happen?
The racist Ukip party hopes it can win the Stoke-on-Trent by-election as the press feeds an atmosphere of anti-migrant racism, but Nick Clark finds Labour’s problems go deeper than its failure to offer an anti-racist alternative
Twelve years before the 1917 Russian Revolution, another uprising shook the Tsarist regime to its core
After two weeks of mass resistance to new US president Donald Trump, Simon Basketter looks at the power of protests and where it can lead
After huge protests against Donald Trump, activists from across the United States told Socialist Worker about how they’re organising to bring down the monster in the White House
Tomáš Tengely-Evans looks at what created the Nazi genocide—and how to make sure it’s not repeated
The brutality of the First World War and shortages at home meant Russian soldiers were ready to rise up in 1917
As Trump’s inauguration looms closer, Alistair Farrow takes aim at the boss of bigotry
The Russian working class was a minority in a backward society, but it wielded power disproportionate to its small size
As left wing figures claim that bringing down immigration is a working class question, Dave Sewell argues the choice is between workers uniting or turning on one another
The ruling class loves to claim the 18th century Scottish poet Robert Burns as its own. Yet through Burns’ poetry, Charlie McKinnon uncovers his real, revolutionary legacy
A hundred years ago the 1917 Russian Revolution ushered in a radical new society. We start our anniversary coverage with a look at a year that changed the world
The scandalous theft of waiters’ service charges at posh Harrods is just the tip of the iceberg of how bosses make life in the kitchens hell, catering workers told Alistair Farrow
Workers in Solihull near Birmingham are facing down the super-rich and super-hated BHS boss Philip Green. They work on the minimum wage filling orders for his Arcadia Group. For years they accepted poor pay and conditions. But not any more...
Labour politicians claim the party has to be ‘tougher’ on immigration—or risk losing workers to Ukip. Nick Clark argues that aping the racist party will only fuel its success
Rock Against Racism (RAR) was formed 40 years ago. A new book, Reminiscences of RAR, gives voice to some of those involved. Sadie Robinson looks at some of those voices.
The movement of bigots that Donald Trump has brought off the web forums into the White House tries to look edgy, but Nazis are at its heart