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Thousands join People's Assembly protest to say, get the Tories out

01 July 2017
Thousands of people from across Britain have descended on central London today, Saturday, to demand an end to the Tory government. The protest, called by the People's Assembly, is being held under the banner, "Not one more day - Tories out, no more austerity".

Right wing Labour MPs try to undermine latest gains

27 June 2017
New polls have shown left wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn pushing his party to success. But right wing MPs and activists are already finding ways to drag it back to the right.

The vile Tory murderers must pay—protests can get them out

27 June 2017
The Tories have stitched up a deal with the sectarian murderers and sexist bigots of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).

Backing ‘soft Brexit’ and cross-party talks would spell disaster for the left

20 June 2017
A catalogue of right wingers and rogues within the Labour Party want to work with the Tories and bosses.

Class—not age—is the key divide in Britain

20 June 2017
Are workers the most conservative? Tomáš Tengely-Evans argues the election results tell a different story

How can Labour be relevant to its new members? Activists debate next steps

20 June 2017
A meeting in central London last week revealed how the general election has enthused and emboldened the Labour left—particularly new members.

The Tories are in crisis, now finish them off

20 June 2017
Pressure was piling on Theresa May this week as her government tottered from crisis to crisis.

Anti-Tory vote was no revolt of Remainers

13 June 2017
Some right wingers and liberals are trying to paint the election result as the revenge of Remain voters who want to stay in the European Union (EU).

Don’t wait for May to leave—kick her out

13 June 2017
The most useful thing we can do for Theresa May right now is wait. The worst thing for our side would be to limit, tone down or constrain mobilisation against the Tories.

Letting the Labour right come crawling back could have ruinous results

13 June 2017
After spending all their energy trying to undermine him many right wing Labour MPs are now willing to return to the fold, but they will still try to drag Labour to the right.

With Corbyn vindicated by election, we need to keep up the fight to kick Tories out

13 June 2017
Labour gained 30 seats and ten percentage points on its vote in last week’s general election proving Corbyn's right wing critics wrong. We need to keep up the resistance to smash the Tories

Scottish Labour and SNP fail to channel the Corbyn surge

13 June 2017
Election results in Scotland shocked many people after the SNP lost 21 seats.

General election shows that politics is polarising back to two parties

13 June 2017
Not so long ago it looked as if parliamentary politics in Britain was fragmenting.

‘We need a summer of discontent’—activists, trade unionists and Labour supporters on where next after the election

13 June 2017
Trade unionists, Labour Party members and campaigners spoke to Socialist Worker about how we can force the Tories from office.

Tories humiliated as millions vote for Corbyn and real change

09 June 2017
The election result is a shattering disaster for the Tories and Theresa May, and a boost to Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and all who campaigned against austerity and racism

Corbyn cheered and May heckled as campaigning draws to a close

07 June 2017
Jeremy Corbyn told thousands of Labour supporters at six simultaneous rallies, “We are going all-out to win this election”.

The radical mood behind Jeremy Corbyn shows there's a thirst for real change

07 June 2017
Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign has shown that millions of people want real change in Britain.

If Jeremy Corbyn becomes prime minister, we’ll need struggle to stop bosses’ sabotage

07 June 2017
Socialist Worker urges all its readers in England and Wales to back Jeremy Corbyn and vote Labour.

A reply to my defeatist, divisive Labour MP: Stop stabbing Jeremy Corbyn in the back

06 June 2017
An angry constituent responds to a leaflet from Enfield MP Joan Ryan

In the disillusioned Labour marginals, compromise is Corbyn’s worst enemy

06 June 2017
In the marginal seat of Halifax, West Yorkshire, the biggest threat to Labour’s vote is disillusion. And only by offering a break with the past can Jeremy Corbyn overcome it.

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