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The anticuts movement faces great challenges in the coming months

SPRING 2012 could see a turning point in the anticuts struggle. After last years broadening of resistance to the coalition’s austerity programme from the student revolt in November 2010 to…

Egypt: counter-revolution in heartland of the Arab Spring poses new challenges

The victory of the Islamists in the parliamentary elections is a dangerous sign, warns Simon Hardy…

Green councillors vote for cuts in Brighton

Many Green Partty members are in shock at recent events on Brighton town council, reports Simon Hardy…

Taking the red pill – Marx Reloaded review

Simon Hardy reviews Marx Reloaded by Jason Barker (2011) MARX IS back, but are his ideas still relevant? That is the basic theme of this documentary by Jason Barker. Having a documentary about…

War against Iran looms

AN ISRAELI military strike against Iran in 2012 are now considered more and more certain by international commentators. Israel war drums beat louder by the day. And in an election…

Editorial: 2012: a year for shedding illusions if we are to win

2011 was a remarkable year for protest movements, mass uprisings, general strikes – and revolutions.Millions of young people and workers across the world have taken to the streets and workers…

Labour’s right turn

Ed Ball’s announcement, rapidly endorsed by Ed Miliband, that a future Labour government would not promise to reverse a single cut and supports a pay freeze on public sector workers…

The problem for the Labour left

The Labour left will find it very hard to beat back the right wing turn, argues Simon Hardy THE LABOUR Left, aka John McDonnell MP, was outraged by the new turn. The left…

Economic outlook worsens as cuts deepen crisis

THE UK is facing a double dip recession, the first since 1975, according to recent economic data, writes Simon Hardy…

Egyptian elections show sweeping gains for counterrevolution

Dave Stockton DESPITE MASSIVE mobilisations in Tahrir Square and other city centres in November and December, Egypt’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) still maintains its illegitimate rule. The…

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