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?”
Momentum says it’s driving forward path-breaking campaigning methods that will win the election.
Bad things have been happening lately in Latin America. But the worst to date is the right wing coup in Bolivia
As fires rage through Australia and flood waters rise in Yorkshire, climate catastrophe has rarely felt so imminent.
The Tories should be reeling. Despite the helping hand Nigel Farage gave Boris Johnson this week the campaign has exposed the ruling class arrogance and racism that runs through the party.
No general election would be complete without the Tories denouncing Labour for its irresponsible fiscal plans. The classic example was the 1992 campaign, when John Major’s team first warned against “Labour’s Tax Bombshell”, soon to be followed by “Labour’s Double Whammy—1. More Taxes, 2. Higher Prices.”
This general election is an opportunity to kick out the Tories and break from a decade of austerity, scapegoating of Muslims and migrants, and inaction over climate change.
The reality of rising debt and falling wages under Tory austerity was laid bare in new research from the TUC union federation released on Tuesday.
The uprising in Chile continues, and it is raising fundamental questions about neoliberalism and even capitalism
Tens of millions of ordinary people face life in a polluted, flooded, sinking city, reports Sarah Bates