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Jeremy Corbyn

Unite union backs reselection to make MPs accountable

15 July 2016
The Unite trade union has voted for Labour MPs to face mandatory reselection. This means they would be more accountable.

Tweedledum and Tweedledee - the Labour challengers gunning for Jeremy Corbyn

15 July 2016
A fresh leadership election has been officially launched in the Labour Party. Nick Clark profiles the plotters who want to oust Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn receives a hero's welcome at Unite union conference

13 July 2016
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn received a hero's welcome at the Unite union's conference in Brighton today, Wednesday.

Jeremy Corbyn on ballot for Labour leader - now build the fight against the Tories

12 July 2016
Labour’s national executive committee has voted by 18 votes to 14 tonight, Tuesday, that Jeremy Corbyn will automatically be on the ballot paper for the Labour leadership election.

Defend Jeremy Corbyn from the right wing in the Labour Party

12 July 2016
The Labour leadership crisis has brought the deep divisions in the party out into the open—and they’re pushing it to breaking point.

Unite union delegates back Jeremy Corbyn

12 July 2016
Delegates at the Unite union conference this week were furious at moves against Jeremy Corbyn—and wanted the union to take a stand.

Corbyn's peace offer won’t stop Labour MPs conspiring against him

05 July 2016
Jeremy Corbyn is under pressure to compromise with the right—but that can’t save him, argues Nick Clark

Thousands rally for Jeremy Corbyn as Labour MPs try and force him out

02 July 2016
Thousands of people have rallied in Manchester and Liverpool in support of left wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Defiant Corbyn fights on

29 June 2016
Hundreds of people rallied outside Soas university in central London this evening, Wednesday, in support of left wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Thousands demonstrate to support Corbyn

28 June 2016
Several thousand people rallied outside parliament this evening, Monday, in defence of left wing Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Hundreds more joined similar rallies in Newcastle and Manchester to defend Corbyn against moves by Labour MPs to get rid of him.

Fight to stop the Labour right’s scheme to oust Jeremy Corbyn

28 June 2016
As Labour MPs line up to overturn their leader, Nick Clark argues that the left must mobilise to defeat them

Mobilise as Labour right tries to remove Corbyn

26 June 2016
Jeremy Corbyn’s opponents in the Labour Party are trying to force him out, despite his overwhelming support among Labour members.

By backing the EU, Corbyn only helps his enemies

07 June 2016
Labour leader’s speech threw away a chance to reshape the referendum, reports Tomáš Tengely-Evans

Corbyn and McDonnell challenge the Labour right

14 May 2016
Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn and shadow chancellor John McDonnell have hit back against their critics from the right of the party.

Labour witch hunt has a dual purpose

03 May 2016
What's driving the Labour right’s assault on Jeremy Corbyn over antisemitism—sheer opportunism or ideology? Certainly the former. Even BBC Radio 4’s Today programme briefly took time off from feeding the frenzy over Ken Livingstone’s remarks to concede that “Livingstone is a proxy for Corbyn”.

Is the left to blame for antisemitism ?

26 April 2016
The ruling class is desperate to undermine Jeremy Corbyn and the broader left. Nick Clark looks at the real agenda of right wingers who have accused anti-racists of antisemitism

Jeremy Corbyn and Labour at the NUT teachers' union conference

30 March 2016
Labour leader Corbyn won wide support from the NUT conference delegates


30 March 2016
Socialist Worker readers write in on Iain Duncan Smith's resignation, Tory plans for academisation, international war crimes, the German elections, and more

Good polls for Corbyn are a blow to Labour right wingers

22 March 2016
A poll last week put the Labour Party ahead of the Tories for the first time since Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader.

Labour's right is learning from the last civil war

22 March 2016
As the Labour left fights to defend leader Jeremy Corbyn, Nick Clark argues that the early 1980s show how focusing on internal party battles ends in giving way to the right

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