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Turn the radical mood into a mass movement against Tory austerity

09 August 2016
One thing the surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn shows is that working class people are seething with anger against politicians and the bosses.

Theresa May's grammar schools will write working class children off as failures

09 August 2016
The Tories could open new grammar schools. The right wing press eagerly explained that this is part of Theresa May’s drive to boost “social mobility”.

Detention centre death slammed by Home Office's own report

02 August 2016
A seriously ill 43 year old man died handcuffed to his hospital bed because immigration detention officers feared he would escape.

Anger at bosses' collusion on immigration raid but migrant pay strike at Fawley wins

02 August 2016
Bosses hope discrimination will divide us, but a successful strike of migrant workers at Fawley refinery was an important victory, writes Dave Sewell

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.

Theresa May’s first war as bombs drop on Libya

02 August 2016
Politicians have learned nothing from the Chilcot report.

Theresa May delays Hinkley Point nuclear deal as Tory splits fail to heal

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.

Owen Smith puts on left face to launch his Labour leadership challenge

27 July 2016
Owen Smith, who is challenging Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour leadership, officially launched his campaign today, Wednesday. He made a concerted effort to present himself as a left winger.

Tory government wants Thatchers’ cosy corruption to be kept secret indefinitely

26 July 2016
Tory corruption is to be kept secret. Two files entitled “Cementation contract: Mark Thatcher and the Omanis” are listed as being “retained” for 65 years. Two others were “temporarily retained” with no release date.

Theresa May’s new Tory cabinet is made of bankers, bullies and crooks

19 July 2016
Socialist Worker’s guide to the new set of right wing ministers who replaced the old ones last week

May’s new cabinet faces old problems

19 July 2016
Commentators were quick to identify the contradiction in Theresa May’s new government. As Robert Peston put it, “her rhetoric is more left wing than Cameron’s was, her cabinet is more right wing than his was.”

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.

Tory leaders are no friend of women

12 July 2016
Theresa May has made the Tory party the most progressive party in Britain according to right wing newspapers.

Our rulers’ crisis is no spectator sport

12 July 2016
Britain’s rulers breathed a sigh of relief when Theresa May became prime minister without the need for a vote. But don’t believe everything is now calm.

We must overcome the dangerous divisions in the working class

12 July 2016
The Brexit referendum revealed a united ruling class and a divided working class. A few eccentrics aside, big business backed Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU). They are now united in mourning the result of the vote.

Tories have a new leader in Theresa May - but their party's still divided

12 July 2016
The chaos in the Tory party keeps on giving. David Cameron was leaving Downing Street as Socialist Worker went to press.

Tory thieves fall out in chaotic leadership campaign

05 July 2016
Divisions in the Tories have made their race to select a new leader chaotic.

Teachers' walkout over Tory education cuts has a big impact across England

05 July 2016
Teachers across England are out on strike today, Tuesday, in a battle against Tory education policies and cuts.

Don’t let the elite’s crisis go to waste

05 July 2016
Boris Johnson and Ukip politician Nigel Farage have followed David Cameron into the sunset.

George Osborne’s reign of austerity is over—at least for fat cat bosses

05 July 2016
Tory chancellor George Osborne revealed on Monday his response to Brexit—a tax giveaway for the bosses.

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