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How we got Ukip to cancel their march

29 November 2016
Nigel Farage promised to lead a march of 100,000 on the Supreme Court this weekend. So where are they? No one seems to know.

Ukip’s new leader Paul Nuttall can’t hide their old troubles

29 November 2016
Newly-elected bigot Paul Nuttall now has to lead a deeply divided party, writes Sadie Robinson

The resistible rise of the new right

15 November 2016
The politics of the ruling class are in deep crisis as disillusionment with the system deepens. Socialist Worker argues that discontent doesn’t have to go to the right

We can win if left can offer a way forward

08 November 2016
Politics in 2016 have apparently been bad enough to trigger a “Brexistential crisis”

Courts cause confusion and chaos for Tories and Labour

08 November 2016
Nigel Farage, the former Ukip leader who is in temporary charge again, has pledged to lead a 100,000-strong demonstration in London.

LETTERS: Tories’ attacks on benefits make claimants more sick

08 November 2016
The government’s claims to help Employment Support Allowance (ESA) sickness benefit claimants into work are ridiculous.

Ukip candidates fall out over ‘homosexual donkey’ banter

25 October 2016
The Ukip leadership battle is underway and candidates are on the offensive—against each other. Suzanne Evans, Paul Nuttall, Raheem Kassam and John Rees-Evans had announced their plans to stand as Socialist Worker went to press.

Ukip’s been floored—but is it a killer blow?

11 October 2016
Nigel Farage’s party should have been careful what it wished for. Sadie Robinson diagnoses the racists’ post-Brexit headaches

Ukip keeps on tearing itself apart

16 August 2016
The racist Ukip party is losing money and members. It was over £850,000 in deficit last year and its membership dropped 4.5 percent.

Ukip racists tear each other apart as Brexit vote leads to leadership crisis

09 August 2016
The racist Ukip party has descended into civil war after the favourite to be the party’s next leader, Steven Woolfe, was banned from standing.

Cameron’s cronyism is a fitting legacy for pig man

02 August 2016
David Cameron’s legacy is as it should be. A load of honours for his mates.

Good riddance as Farage says goodbye at long last

05 July 2016
Nigel Farage “stepped aside” as leader of the racist Ukip party on Monday saying he wanted his “life back”.

Workers must reject our rulers' racism

21 June 2016
Both the official Remain and Leave have shown utter contempt for working class people.

Election winners and losers—and why we need to step up the fight against austerity

10 May 2016
The 5 May elections underline the need for a stronger anti-austerity challenge to the Tories. We don’t need Labour to move to the “middle ground” as the party’s right-wing claims, 

Farage not welcome in Glasgow

12 April 2016
 Protesters in Glasgow disrupted a meeting with racist Ukip leader Nigel Farage on Friday of last week.

Congratulations on your 82nd birthday - now you can retire!

08 March 2016
“Work until you drop” is the message from the government and private pension firms.

Tories' division over EU referendum is a chance to beat back this rotten government

20 February 2016
Tory prime minister David Cameron has announced 23 June as the date for a referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU).

What’s the deal with Cameron's EU proposal?

09 February 2016
How did a dull document about the European Union get the Tories at each other’s throats? Tomáš Tengely-Evans answers your questions

Ukip loses Thanet majority

26 January 2016
UKIP has lost its majority on Thanet District Council in Kent.

News round-up

17 November 2015
Police in Northern Ireland have given a commitment not to arrest any more former soldiers over the Bloody Sunday killings.

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