Tag: Conservative party

Red Portcullis: Straight questions as Corbyn challenges Cameron at PMQs

Red Portcullis reports from inside Westminster on Corbyn's first Prime Ministers Questions as Labour leader I just managed to get squeezed in by one of the door staff  (it really does pay to be friendly...

Convoy to Calais part 2

Mitch Mitchell continues his report from the convoy to Calais, bringing food, clothes and solidarity to the migrants camped there.

EU debate: In, out, or shake it all about?

Adam DC puts forward a radical abstentionist point of view in the debate about what position socialists should take about the upcoming referendum on Britain's membership to the EU The starting point for any discussion...

Echoes of eugenics in Osborne’s budget

Eugenics is alive and well - in the Tory budget. Nicholas Cimini explains why. Last week we saw the first all-Tory budget in almost two decades and with it the introduction of a "two-child policy"...

Planning the siege on Tory party conference

  The Tories are holding their annual conference in Manchester from Sunday 4 until Wednesday 7 October. Rick Lighten reports from a People's Assembly meeting that took place in Manchester this week to begin planning...

The Magpie: Tories attack workers’ right to resist

The Magpie takes on the Tories latest attacks on workers' rights to organise in their latest column  The Tories have now published their much-trailed Trade Union Bill. It goes much further than their manifesto in...

Women’s lives under austerity

Christine Bird, in an article originally published in the Leeds publication Northern Star, discusses the realities of many women of lives under capitalism and austerity, arguing that things weren't always this way, and they won't...

EU debate: “The road to defending the right to migrate cannot go through restricting...

Charlie Hore kicks off debate and analysis on the rs21 site in advance of the referendum on Britain's membership of the EU, set to take place before the end of 2017. Charlie argues for...

London FE colleges hit by six strikes

UCU members in Further Education report on strikes that took place across London yesterday Seven London Further Education colleges took coordinated strike action yesterday against course closures and massive job cuts. Members of the University...

20 June: your chance to undermine the Tories

The Tories have been confident since the election, but the big People's Assembly demo on 20 June can start to change that. Jen W lists six things you can do to make it as big...