From the Kent International Socialists The sight of Tory MPs laughing at stories of hungry families during a debate on the use of food banks...
A wave of shock and fury swept across the country today as news broke that Mark Duggan’s inquest jury had delivered a verdict of “lawful killing”.
Two leading activists with the Revolutionary Socialists in Alexandria, Egypt have been sentenced for defying anti-protest laws.
The signatories to this statement can no longer remain members of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) following events at its annual conference on 13-15 December 2013.
Here’s a round-up of mini-reports on today’s higher education strike, taken by comrades on phones and uploaded to social media.
A response to the ISJ article by Charlie Kimber and Alex Callinicos is now up on the journal’s website. It is signed 18 journal board members.
The latest edition of the International Socialism journal has been published and is available online.
Last Saturday’ anti-EDL demonstration in Tower Hamlets successfully kept the fascists out of the borough – but at a heavy cost. The police used powers under the Public Order Act to mass arrest anti-fascist protesters, journalists and even legal observers.
Callinicos traces the crisis currently facing the Conservative party and argues that this is likely to lead to the Tories losing the next election.
Dan Swain has pitched in to the debates around what “Leninism” means today and historically.