Anna, my partner, was one in a million. Her school friends recall a strong character who stood up to bullies and looked out for the vulnerable. These characteristics remained constants of Anna’s joyous personality.
Andy Gallagher, who has died aged 64, was a revolutionary from a young age.
Comrades in Sheffield are saddened to report the death of Les Leaver, a long-standing and loyal member of the Socialist Workers’ Party (SWP).
Denis Healey, an old Labour right winger, called himself socialist. But his real legacy is dumping principles for power, says Simon Basketter
It is with utter shock and sadness that we learned of the passing of our comrade Louise Rathbone on Saturday 19 September.
Bernie Passingham was a leading figure in the 1968 Ford women sewing-machinists’ strike.
John Alexander, who was Dorset Socialists’ oldest member, died recently at the age of 91.
Peter Mortimer, a member of Barnsley Socialist Workers Party (SWP), has died aged 78.
Comrades will be saddened to learn of the untimely death of Andy Smalley.
Paul McGoay, who died this week, was a true socialist. He was a working class intellectual and a real friend to many who sought his help.
Martin Walsh died last week from cancer. He was an inspirational teacher and trade unionist who fought all his life for a better world.
Angus McKendrick has died suddenly from a virulent bacterial infection.
Comrades, anti-war and Palestine solidarity activists in York were saddened to hear of the death of Steve Cox.
Morris Beckman, who has died aged 94, will be remembered by many as a courageous and principled anti-fascist.
Socialists and trade unionists in Dumfries and Galloway were saddened to hear of the death of Terry Stewart, formerly of Serendipity bookshop in Dumfries.
Ray Davies, from Llanbradach, South Wales, died on 7 May aged 85. He was a passionate working class fighter, socialist and campaigner throughout his life.
Abdul—to the end he was always a fighter, not just for better conditions in the daily grind of our working lives, but also to build a better world for us all.
Maureen was involved in the women’s liberation movement in Portsmouth when she came across the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). Finding our politics clear she joined the SWP there in the late 1970s.
Comrades were saddened to learn of the recent death of Marie McGorrigan.