The conflict is a consequence of the US decision, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, to expand Nato
It is crucial to argue for workers’ rights, freedom of movement for people and internationalism.
The Tories are rumoured to be preparing to lift the 1 percent public sector pay cap—at least for some workers.
Two deeply unpleasant men are facing off over North Korea’s nuclear weapons. The world feels closer to the possibility of nuclear war than at any time for half a century.
Predictably enough, negotiations between the Tory government and the European Commission over the terms of Brexit are running into difficulty.
We republish what Socialist Worker wrote following Diana’s death in 1997
The leader of Britain’s biggest union has praised Labour’s call for Britain to stay in the European single market (see page 3).
Residents of Hokkaido, Japan, were woken up early on Tuesday morning by sirens, loudspeaker announcements and phone alerts telling them to seek cover immediately.
What do the experiences of other left wing governments tell us about the possibilities for a future Jeremy Corbyn Labour government?
Travellers did not run amok in a Norfolk seaside town last weekend—and the town was not put on “lockdown”
Weakened and discredited, May must preside over a mess—and with very few allies
The issue of bosses using agency workers in an effort to replace strikers has come to the fore in recent disputes.
Landslides and flooding killed hundreds of people in the West African state of Sierra Leone on Monday.
The Tories and bosses tried to spin new inflation figures released on Tuesday as good news for workers.
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?