How much bang for your buck do you think you’d get for a £100 million fighter jet?
Even from their own viewpoint, warmongers’ celebrations of “victory” over Isis in Iraq sound hollow.
First Theresa May threw a bung to the reactionary Democratic Unionist Party. Then she called on the slippery Lib Dems to vote with her government. Now May is reaching out to Labour.
Even if councils stopped filling in potholes, maintaining parks and open spaces it wouldn’t be enough to satisfy the Tories’ demand for cuts.
It’s less than a month since the general election and the Tories have dropped almost their entire manifesto.
The Tories have stitched up a deal with the sectarian murderers and sexist bigots of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
In the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire, survivors had to fight to get help from the authorities. But there’s always money for the rich.
Rage at the murder of working class people at Grenfell Tower has plunged the Tories deeper into crisis.
As many as 600 refugees again face homelessness and repression at Calais because they have nowhere else to go
The most useful thing we can do for Theresa May right now is wait. The worst thing for our side would be to limit, tone down or constrain mobilisation against the Tories.
Reeling from their shattering blow in the general election, Tories and right wing press barons have declared that “austerity is over”.
Socialist Worker urges all its readers in England and Wales to back Jeremy Corbyn and vote Labour.
We call on our readers to vote Left in every constituency—to choose the candidate who is best able to carry forward the fight against austerity and racism and for independence.
A radical general election campaign can make the Tories sweat
Whenever an argument is put for reform that could benefit millions of working class people, right wing commentators tell us it is unaffordable or idealistic.
Labour could deliver a shock result if it has radical policies and an insurgent campaign
Right wingers have raised the spectre of Communism to discredit Labour’s left wing leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Theresa May this week reaffirmed her vow to cut net immigration by two thirds, to below 100,000 a year. That target eluded her as home secretary—despite law after law and raid after raid to create a “hostile environment” for migrants.
Jeremy Corbyn is energising swathes of people who want to see the back of the Tories.
The result of the election on 8?June will decide the fate of left wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.