23 July 2017
The establishment claims the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) at Dunkirk was an example of people pulling together in the national interest.
21 July 2017
A serious but mild-mannered civil servant with a drinking problem gets caught up in a web of intrigue and collusion between the state and private intelligence services.
13 June 2017
The traditional main parties in France collapsed in the first round of parliamentary elections on Sunday.
09 May 2017
A neoliberal president in office, all the main political parties in crisis—and fascists waiting in the wings. Dave Sewell says there’ll be more French resistance to come
02 May 2017
It’s right to emphasise the danger of Le Pen—and to oppose ex-banker Macron too, says Dave Sewell
23 April 2017
For the first time neither of France’s main parties will be represented in the second round of its presidential elections, after an historic upset in Sunday’s first round.
18 April 2017
Clashes with police erupted after the Grande-Synthe refugee camp was burnt down, and the EU has been blasted for turning a blind eye to refugees
16 April 2017
Front National (FN) presidential candidate Marine Le Pen is riding high in the polls. Dave Sewell argues she remains a committed Nazi despite attempts to detoxify the brand
11 April 2017
Activists from across Europe are planning to shut down Hamburg when the global ruling class, including Donald Trump, hold their G20 Summit there in July. Tens of thousands are expected join a week of protest in the northern German port city.
04 April 2017
Stories from the resistance to police violence in France, and solid strikes by Irish transport workers fighting pay cuts
21 March 2017
Over ten thousand people demonstrated in Paris yesterday, Sunday, against racism and police violence
14 March 2017
The weekend of Saturday 18 March will be an international mobilisation against racism across Europe that was initially called by the movement in Greece.
14 February 2017
Protests have shaken France this week after the brutal actions of police assaulting and raping a young black man with a truncheon.
24 January 2017
After five years in office hammering workers, the Labour-type Socialist Party in France looks set to pick an outspoken opponent of its own policies as presidential candidate.
15 November 2016
Student occupations and wider protests have spread across Brazil in response to 20-year public spending freeze, while in France the state is looking to extend its state of emergency
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
25 October 2016
French cops sow confusion and chaos with camp clearance—but it could have all been avoided
25 October 2016
Britain invaded Egypt sixty years ago—a brutal response to the resistance against its decaying empire. The result was humiliation. Historian John Newsinger tells the story
20 October 2016
Politicians and newspapers have whipped up a vile debate about whether small numbers of refugee children arriving from Calais are adults.
13 September 2016
Sociologist Christine Delphy, one of France’s leading feminists, spoke to Socialist Worker.