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After the vote - activists look at what the results show and how to resist Tory rule

After the vote - activists look at what the results show and how to resist Tory rule Labour Party members, socialists and campaigners spoke to Socialist Worker on Friday about what the general election has shown and how to build resistance to the Tories.

Jeremy Corbyn calls for redistributing wealth and power at final campaign rally

Jeremy Corbyn calls for redistributing wealth and power at final campaign rally A great wave of hope swept through people at Corbyn’s election rally on Wednesday night.

Firms plot to keep profits in case of Labour win

Firms plot to keep profits in case of Labour win Top bosses have shown their contempt for democracy by taking measures to avoid Labour’s renationalisation plans.

Tory Brexit drive behind divisions with business

Tory Brexit drive behind divisions with business The Financial Times newspaper and The Economist refused to call for a vote for the Tories.

Break power of rich to win real change

Break power of rich  to win real change The ruling class and its hangers on threw everything at Jeremy Corbyn in the run-up to the general election.

Antisemitism is a real danger—it comes from the right not the left

Antisemitism is a real danger—it comes from the right not the left Right wingers will continue to use accusations of antisemitism against the left after the general election.

Take action to stop cuts, racism and the climate catastrophe

10 December 2019
We have to go out and fight. Socialist Worker went to press before the general election took place on Thursday.

LETTERS - Collective action is the best way to push a radical agenda

10 December 2019
Dave Jones (Letters, 4 December) says there isn’t any difference between saying vote Labour in Socialist Worker and “campaigning with the Labour Party to tell your neighbours to vote Labour”.

Vote for Corbyn and build the fightback

09 December 2019
Socialist Worker urges everyone to back Jeremy Corbyn and vote Labour on Thursday.

‘Anything seemed possible’ as Corbyn fires up the crowd in Wales

03 December 2019
Jeremy Corbyn’s visit to South Wales last Saturday introduced excitement into a campaign that had seemed only to consist of canvassing.

Big Labour rallies show enthusiasm for Corbyn

03 December 2019
As the Labour Party announced on Monday it would slash rail fares in government, Jeremy Corbyn supporters celebrated big turnouts at his rallies.

What's behind antisemitism slurs?

03 December 2019
The Tories and the Blairites within the Labour Party quickly realised after Jeremy Corbyn’s election as Labour leader that the antisemitism slur was their most effective weapon against him.

London Bridge killings are linked to imperialist war

01 December 2019
The horrific killing of two people in a knife attack on Friday in London is being used to bolster right wing ideas. The crackdown has to be opposed.

Hope and worry among activists on the Labour Party’s campaign

26 November 2019
Labour Party activists have held mass canvassing sessions in marginal seats across Britain as part of their campaign to win the general election.

Movements show how Labour campaign can be electrified

26 November 2019
This week we saw examples of how Labour’s election campaign could be electrified.

Antisemitism fuelled by the right—not Labour

26 November 2019
Antisemitism is “sanctioned from the top”—but not, as the Chief Rabbi wrote this week, from the top of the Labour Party.

1974 Labour government shows voting left isn't enough

26 November 2019
Jeremy Corbyn’s radical manifesto isn’t the first time that Labour has pledged to take on the rich. Charlie Kimber looks at how this played out for the 1974 government

Labour launches its ‘manifesto for hope’, but there’s still a fight ahead for Corbyn

21 November 2019
Overall, the tone of the manifesto is more combative than the one Labour released in 2017, bit there are important concessions to the right.

Jeremy Corbyn wins TV debate while Boris bores on Brexit

19 November 2019
Between an Emmerdale cliffhanger and the start of I’m A Celebrity stood Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson. Despite the fact that neither politicians nor viewers were desperate to see the first TV debate, it nonetheless taught us something.

Tories expose their racist rot in general election campaign

19 November 2019
Boris Johnson has announced a huge rollback of migrants’ rights in a bid to divert blame for the Tory-made crisis in the NHS and public services.

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