Brian Parkin looks at the history of the dockworkers’ NASD union and its rivalry with the TGWU – and considers the lessons for revolutionaries...
Luke Evans has written a piece looking at the different ways Marxists and non-Marxists have understood the notion of a general strike.
Dan Swain and Robin Burrett write: Kevin Doogan introduced an important session on Satuday afternoon titled “Has the crisis changed the nature of work?” Kevin’s...
The Pop-Up Union is not a “red union”, does not divide workers, and is not a short cut born of frustration.
Judith argued that capitalism is always in flux, constantly revolutionising the means of production, but that exploitation of the majority by the minority remains the core of the system.
Workers' inquiries could fill gaps in our knowledge, as well as being a political project in their own right
Mark Bergfeld argues for a positive approach to the pop-up union
Ian Allinson and others have written a briefing document analysing the working class in Britain, the balance of class forces, the union bureaucracy and...
Graduate students often work as adjuncts, what is their role in struggles within the university?
A major part of the grassroots activity of socialists who accept the centrality of workers self-organization must be to recapitulate – in new ways – basic ‘from the bottom up’ tactics