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Rhetoric from the rich masks a rotten system

Rhetoric from the rich masks a rotten system Billionaire bosses, politicians and celebrities descended on Davos in Switzerland this week for the annual World Economic Forum (WEF).

Corbyn’s peer pressure

Corbyn’s peer pressure Boris Johnson’s wheeze to spaff a fortune up a wall moving the House of Lords to York was met with derision—even from the Lords.

Labour hopefuls unite to betray Palestinians

Labour hopefuls unite to betray Palestinians awitchhunt in the Labour Party is about to begin in earnest on a mass scale.

Rebel against Prevent

Rebel against Prevent The state is so worried about Extinction Rebellion (XR) it has included the direct action group in its Prevent strategy.

Betrayed by sexist system

Betrayed by sexist system The sexist treatment carried out by the police and justice systems toward women alleging rape was highlighted in a recent horrifying case in Cyprus

Capitalism causes war and climate crises

Capitalism causes war and climate crises Wildfires, floods and the threat of war ushered in 2020

We’re not pudding up with the Tories


Boris Johnson’s victory has to be met with a step change in our resistance

The system protects sexual abuse


Powerful people are trying to justify sexual abuse by powerful people

A warning from Sydney


Sydney was choking in smoke as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.

Break power of rich to win real change


The ruling class and its hangers on threw everything at Jeremy Corbyn in the run-up to the general election.

Vote for Corbyn and build the fightback


Socialist Worker urges everyone to back Jeremy Corbyn and vote Labour on Thursday.

Strikes and protests show how to build the resistance


Three things in the past week have offered some inspiration and excitement away from the election grind

Rulers’ climate change cop outs burn planet


E arth is experiencing such an acute climate crisis that “once in a century” catastrophes are now becoming regular occurrences

Movements show how Labour campaign can be electrified


This week we saw examples of how Labour’s election campaign could be electrified.

Antisemitism fuelled by the right—not Labour


Antisemitism is “sanctioned from the top”—but not, as the Chief Rabbi wrote this week, from the top of the Labour Party.

We must take on the rich to win real change


Will a Labour government fulfil Jeremy Corbyn’s promises to “pull down a corrupt system and build a fairer country?”

Will Whatsapp win the election?


Momentum says it’s driving forward path-breaking campaigning methods that will win the election.

Climate chaos shows a burning need for change


As fires rage through Australia and flood waters rise in Yorkshire, climate catastrophe has rarely felt so imminent.

Moderation from Labour struggles to beat the Tories in general election campaign


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.

A radical campaign can chase the Tories out


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.

Rhetoric from the rich masks a rotten system


Billionaire bosses, politicians and celebrities descended on Davos in Switzerland this week for the annual World Economic Forum (WEF).

Corbyn’s peer pressure


Boris Johnson’s wheeze to spaff a fortune up a wall moving the House of Lords to York was met with derision—even from the Lords.

Labour hopefuls unite to betray Palestinians


awitchhunt in the Labour Party is about to begin in earnest on a mass scale.

Rebel against Prevent


The state is so worried about Extinction Rebellion (XR) it has included the direct action group in its Prevent strategy.

Betrayed by sexist system


The sexist treatment carried out by the police and justice systems toward women alleging rape was highlighted in a recent horrifying case in Cyprus

Capitalism causes war and climate crises


Wildfires, floods and the threat of war ushered in 2020

We’re not pudding up with the Tories


Boris Johnson’s victory has to be met with a step change in our resistance

The system protects sexual abuse


Powerful people are trying to justify sexual abuse by powerful people

A warning from Sydney


Sydney was choking in smoke as Socialist Worker went to press on Tuesday.

Break power of rich to win real change


The ruling class and its hangers on threw everything at Jeremy Corbyn in the run-up to the general election.

Vote for Corbyn and build the fightback


Socialist Worker urges everyone to back Jeremy Corbyn and vote Labour on Thursday.

Strikes and protests show how to build the resistance


Three things in the past week have offered some inspiration and excitement away from the election grind

Rulers’ climate change cop outs burn planet


E arth is experiencing such an acute climate crisis that “once in a century” catastrophes are now becoming regular occurrences

Movements show how Labour campaign can be electrified


This week we saw examples of how Labour’s election campaign could be electrified.

Antisemitism fuelled by the right—not Labour


Antisemitism is “sanctioned from the top”—but not, as the Chief Rabbi wrote this week, from the top of the Labour Party.

We must take on the rich to win real change


Will a Labour government fulfil Jeremy Corbyn’s promises to “pull down a corrupt system and build a fairer country?”

Will Whatsapp win the election?


Momentum says it’s driving forward path-breaking campaigning methods that will win the election.

Climate chaos shows a burning need for change


As fires rage through Australia and flood waters rise in Yorkshire, climate catastrophe has rarely felt so imminent.

Moderation from Labour struggles to beat the Tories in general election campaign


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.

A radical campaign can chase the Tories out


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.

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