05 September 2017
Two deeply unpleasant men are facing off over North Korea’s nuclear weapons. The world feels closer to the possibility of nuclear war than at any time for half a century.
04 April 2017
Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum showcases the anti war movement through the decades.
31 January 2017
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31 January 2017
Former Labour MP Tam Dalyell, who died last week, should be remembered as a principled opponent of the lies used to justify wars.
24 January 2017
Was Theresa May’s first act as prime minister last year to cover up a nuclear missile gone haywire?
27 September 2016
Protesters shot, a base bombed and fighting talk at the top bring old tensions between India and Pakistan back to boiling point
16 September 2016
The decision to build a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset is a disaster for safety, the environment and workers’ living standards.
07 September 2016
A BBC documentary uses previously secret documents to tell the story of Britain's nuclear “deterrent” from the end of the Second World War.
02 August 2016
A last-minute U-turn on a major infrastructure deal last week dashed any hopes that prime minister Theresa May’s coronation would halt the turmoil in the Tory Party.
19 July 2016
Labour MPs lined up with the Tories to attack their own leader in parliament on Monday. It showed the lengths to which they will go to oust left wing leader Jeremy Corbyn.
26 April 2016
An anonymous letter from managers at French energy firm EDF brought the Tories’ plans for a new nuclear plant even further into question last week.
27 February 2016
Socialist Worker's reports throughout the day from the CND demonstration against Trident in London
23 February 2016
Thousands will march this Saturday to oppose the renewal of Trident. But Tories and some union leaders and Labour MPs say scrapping nukes means scrapping jobs too.
Dave Sewell insists they’re wrong
18 January 2016
The government plans to put the renewal of Britain’s Trident nuclear submarine programme to the vote later this year. It wants to spend more than £160 billion on four Scottish-based submarines whose only purpose is to threaten the whole of humanity.
12 January 2016
Does the Labour Party support spending tens of billions of pounds on new nuclear weapons that threaten the future of the earth?
10 November 2015
The row inside the Labour Party over Trident nuclear weapons continued after the head of the army criticised Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s anti-nuclear position.
03 November 2015
Delegates at the Scottish Labour Party conference last weekend voted to campaign to scrap Trident nuclear weapons.
06 October 2015
Denis Healey, an old Labour right winger, called himself socialist. But his real legacy is dumping principles for power, says Simon Basketter
29 September 2015
Divisions between the left and right within the Labour Party are big news. They flow from a compromise that lies at the heart of the party, writes Tomáš Tengely-Evans
25 August 2015
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