It is with deep sadness that we have to inform comrades of the death of Norah Rushton.
A class fighter and a committed revolutionary, Kevin will be missed by all who knew him
16 February 1968 and Aretha Franklin was in Detroit as the mayor declared it Aretha Franklin Day, when Martin Luther King stepped up on the stage to present her with a special award from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
Comrades and friends will be saddened to hear that Don Trudell, a long-standing member of the SWP and its predecessor the International Socialists, died recently.
It is with great sadness that we have to inform comrades of the tragic, premature death of Teresa Elligott.
The Swansea left has been left devastated by the passing of writer and actor Helen Griffin last week.
Winnie Nomzamo Madikizela-Mandela represented some of the most courageous elements of the struggle against apartheid in South Africa, but also its weaknesses.
Terri Behrman, who died on 24 February, had a commitment to radical politics stretching back to the 1960s.
John, who died last week, was a founding member of the Socialist Society at Dundee University in the 1960s.
It is with great sadness that Edinburgh Socialist Workers Party announces the death of our comrade Don Mciver.
We are all shocked and saddened by Celia’s death after an animal attack in Greece.
Steve Ludlam died last Tuesday after suffering from cancer.
Fearless revolutionary socialist, anti-Nazi and shop steward Jane Emerson has died aged 56. Jane was a member of the Socialist Workers Party for 22 years.
Tributes have been paid from across the trade union and labour movement to Dave Gibson, an inspiring revolutionary socialist for nearly half a century, who has died aged 67.
US rapper Prodigy died on Wednesday of last week.
Martin Roiser died peacefully on Monday 10 April.
Comrades in Hackney, north london, were shocked to learn of the death of Katharina Abildgaard, shortly after she was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Allan Borrell, who died last month, was a revolutionary socialist since his early twenties.
Ian Paisley, who died last week, was a revolutionary socialist for over four decades in Barnsley, South Yorkshire.