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.
Danny Jardine, who has died after a long period of ill health, was a life-long socialist.
US president elect Donald Trump screamed "fake news" at a press conference last week in response to some piss taking allegations.
Liam Currie was a bold, bright young socialist and a dedicated working class fighter. He was insightful and witty, and always willing to take a stand and speak out.
John Berger, who died on Monday at the age of 90, was the most important writer on art in the last 60 years or more.
Ken died after a short struggle with pancreatic cancer. His death—so quick and sudden—leaves many of us who knew him shocked by his loss.
History must judge Fidel Castro both as the freedom fighter whose defiance humiliated US imperialism and as the ruler of a repressive, unequal society.
Gavin MacFadyen, who has died aged 76, was an American socialist filmmaker, journalist and activist who made a major contribution to the development of investigative journalism in Britain.
Gerry Jones, a socialist, trade union activist and migrant rights' campaigner, has died at the age of 70.
Comrades in Coventry and Warwickshire, and Newcastle Socialist Workers Party (SWP) districts were saddened to hear of the death of Gerry Jones last Sunday after a short battle with cancer.
Nobel Prize-winning playwright and revolutionary activist Dario Fo, who has died at the age of 90, was one of the most important writers in Italian history, writes Mark Brown
Shimon Peres was a war criminal that is lauded as a peacemaker.
Nick Howard, an inspiring revolutionary socialist for six decades, has died a few days after his 83rd birthday. He met Che Guevara.
Elaine was a wonderful comrade and a warm, funny, kind and gentle woman. She burned with a passion against injustice and was driven by the desire to fight for a better world.
Norman Smith was a tireless trade unionist activist from the 1970s until his victimisation after a five-month long Liverpool social workers’ strike in 2004-05.
Bartley Willcock, who died last week, was a much valued comrade. He brought tremendous energy, humour and determination to the struggle for a better world.