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Jeremy Corbyn


Showtime for Blairites

01 March 2016
Labour has a problem with bullies—but not the ones you might have heard about.

Let’s get to work in Labour, says FBU leader Matt Wrack

01 March 2016
Firefighters’ union leader Matt Wrack told Nick Clark the left needs to build fighting organisation in the workplace—and get stuck into the struggle to reshape the Labour Party

FBU union leader Matt Wrack slams his critics in Labour

26 February 2016
FBU firefighter’s union general secretary Matt Wrack said he won’t be rattled by “people within the Labour party machine who clearly don’t want to see change”. In an exclusive interview with Socialist Worker Wrack responded to claims this week that his attempt to rejoin the Labour Party was questioned by his local party.

GMB council of war helps Labour right rally against Jeremy Corbyn over Trident

26 February 2016
Over 50 GMB union delegates from the defence industry gathered in Newcastle yesterday, Thursday, to discuss Trident renewal.

Why are Labour helping Cameron keep his EU deal alive?

23 February 2016
The Tory party is in crisis. Half of its MPs, at least six cabinet ministers—plus Boris Johnson—and nearly all the Conservative-backing press oppose David Cameron on the European Union (EU) referendum.

'We can’t miss this moment', says PCS leader Mark Serwotka

23 February 2016
PCS union leader Mark Serwotka told Charlie Kimber that Jeremy Corbyn’s election as Labour leader is a historic opportunity to build resistance—and stronger trade unions

Young Labour poll boost for leader Jeremy Corbyn

23 February 2016
Young Labour’s annual conference was set to elect a seat to the party’s National Executive Committee as it met in Scarborough this week.

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).

Jeremy Corbyn inspires trade union activists - despite union leaders' attacks

16 February 2016
The first union conference since Jeremy Corbyn’s election to the Labour leadership—Unison’s women’s conference—was held in Brighton last week.

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

Is Jeremy Corbyn supporters group Momentum cutting off its grassroots?

09 February 2016
Momentum’s ever tighter focus on the Labour Party is a retreat that limits its potential to mobilise, warns Nick Clark

EXCLUSIVE - Prepare for new Labour leadership race, warns key Corbyn ally

29 January 2016
A key ally of Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has told party activists in north London to prepare for another leadership contest.

Don't let the Tories get away with murder

26 January 2016
Turn anger against the Tories into action

As tensions pull Labour left group in two directions - is Jeremy Corbyn losing momentum?

26 January 2016
Momentum, the network set up to organise Jeremy Corbyn supporters, holds its first national meeting on 6 February.

Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbott show solidarity as refugees protest in Calais

26 January 2016
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and shadow cabinet member Diane Abbott showed solidarity with refugees by visiting the "Jungle" refugee camp in Calais today, Saturday.

The media vs Jeremy Corbyn

19 January 2016
Jeremy Corbyn has been attacked from all sections of the mainsteam media. Raymie Kiernan explains why the media hate Corbyn—and how we can challenge them

Who is ‘not credible’—the union leaders or Corbyn?

19 January 2016
Jeremy Corbyn angered and scared the Tories last weekend when he called for the legalisation of solidarity strikes, unilateral nuclear disarmament and a deal with Argentina over the Falklands.

Corbyn must stand firm on Trident nukes

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?

Labour right seeks to block a fight against cuts and war

05 January 2016
Hypocrite MPs who accuse Corbyn of division are the real problem. Unity with them is a dead end, writes Nick Clark

SNP weathers scandals and Corbyn effect

05 January 2016
Despite a spate of scandals since its general election landslide last year, the Scottish National Party (SNP) looks set for victory in May’s Scottish parliament elections.

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