I’ve helped to set up a mutual aid group in Mile End, east London. We’ve distributed leaflets telling people how to access help at food banks, mosques, churches and charities.
Chelsea Manning, released from prison last week, is a hero.
I was disappointed to learn this week that a crowdfunder set up by actor Michael Sheen for the Storm Dennis flood victims in Wales won’t go directly to the victims.
At York university we are trying to get campus campaigns to work together through the Students Support the Strike group.
We published an article on 7 January which Population Matters believes mischaracterises its position on a number of issues, and we have agreed to publish the following letter-
The Tory society at the University of Bristol recently organised a meeting entitled, A Unique Military Alliance—Israel and the UK.
The development of railways is needed to take cars and much lorry traffic off heavily-polluting, CO2-creating, dangerous roads.
Panic around the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan has led to a rise in racist attacks against Chinese and East Asian people.
As one of the organisers made clear, “We make no demands on the World Economic Forum—we come here to shut it down.”
At Sheffield Hallam (SHU) we’re fighting to get the university to divest from companies that participate or invest in Israeli violation of international law.
What if, instead of producing our food from animals and plants, we could grow it all in a lab?
Socialists should campaign for reform of the Gender Recognition Act to allow individuals to self-identify their own gender
Thank you for your fantastic coverage of the inspirational movement in Iraq.
Dave Jones (Letters, 4 December) says there isn’t any difference between saying vote Labour in Socialist Worker and “campaigning with the Labour Party to tell your neighbours to vote Labour”.
campaigners and canvassers should not see people just as “objects of a campaign to get them to vote” (WhatsApp to Victory? 20 November).
Boris Johnson’s response to the flooding in South Yorkshire exposed that he doesn’t understand what it’s like to live on very little money (Socialist Worker, 20 November).
The announcement of the general election is welcome news for anyone who is committed to challenging the racism and austerity we have suffered under the Tories.
After being on indefinite strike since the middle of July, I and the other cleaners at the department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Beis) finally have our victory.
The racist behaviour by Bulgarian fans against black English footballers was disgusting.
This month I will be 62, but there will be no real happy birthday feeling until I am 66.