Accomplished Marxist and caring friend, with an encyclopaedic intelligence of our class’s history, Ged Peck passed away on 10 January from a blood illness, aged 67
Comrades in South Wales are deeply saddened to learn of the untimely and sudden loss of Mark Davies on 9 January.
Ian Birchall, Jack Robertson and Andy Strouthous remember Jim Cronin, a long standing International Socialist and Socialist Workers Party member, who has died.
It is with great sadness that we have to report the death of Lee Goergen, a member of the Southampton branch of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) since 1993.
Comrades in Sheffield were sad to hear of the tragic passing earlier this year of Dave Fisher.
It is with great sadness that we have to report the death of Bob Cox, after a protracted fight with cancer.
The late 1970s were not the easiest of times for socialists and trade union activists.
Alex Callinicos pays tribute to Lebanese revolutionary socialist Bassem Chit who died last week aged 34
One of the vilest bigots these islands have produced is dead.
Charlie Haden, a jazz revolutionary who fought oppression has died. Here Roger Huddle looks over his radicalism.
Kevin Williams died suddenly on 23 June, aged 59. He was a lifelong socialist, a trade union activist and a SWP member in the 1970s and 80s in Slough.
Chris Davison was a very important member in the early days of the International Socialists, the forerunner of the Socialist Workers Party.
Comrades in the west of Scotland were saddened to hear of the death of our friend and comrade John Maclachlan on 15 June after a long illness.
His long struggle against false imprisonment transformed attitudes towards the British state, writes Shaun Doherty
Mike Gonzalez looks at the significance of the anti-imperialist giant of Latin American literature who died last week
A working class hero with a wicked sense of humour
Tony Benn, who died today Friday, was one of the most important figures on the socialist left in Britain throughout the last four decades.
Phil Evans, who drew cartoons for Socialist Worker, died last week. Roger Huddle takes a look at his work and politics
The sad news of Bob Crow’s death is a deep shock to trade unionists and socialists everywhere.
The Jamaican born left wing intellectual, cultural theorist and gifted orator Stuart Hall could be a contentious figure on the left.