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Scotland and the nationalist left

  Most of the far left forces in Scotland supported independence. KD Tait looks at how they have followed this through The decision by most left organisations in Scotland to…

For a UK-wide struggle for democratic rights and socialism

The positive enthusiasm of millions in the Scottish referendum and the massive rejection of austerity and privatisation have opened up a constitutional crisis in Britain. But, argues Jeremy Dewar, the…

Scots rock the UK – but vote to stay

By Dave Stockton Despite the rejection of independence, the shock to the system caused by the final weeks of the referendum campaign – when it appeared the blue Saltire was…

Scottish referendum: shock upset as polls show independence is possible

By Andy Yorke The Scots have an inalienable democratic right to separate from the UK if they wish. If they decide to do so on 18 September every democrat, let…

Six counties: Britain’s sectarian and racist colony

The recent surge in racist attacks in the six counties of ‘Northern Ireland’ is a shocking indictment of the British backed sectarian state. Bernie McAdam reports on this development against…

10 July strike: one day is not enough

By Dave Stockton More than one million workers across England, Wales and Northern Ireland struck on Thursday 10 July against the government freeze on pay and the 20% decline in real wages…

10 July strike bulletin: step up the action and fight to win

Our Bulletin for strikers on the 10 July public sector strike, arguing that one day protests won’t be enough to smash the pay freeze.  …

Strike together to smash the pay freeze

Millions of us have suffered a huge drop in our living standards as the bankers, bosses and Tories have made us pay for their crisis. Jeremy Dewar explains why we…

Tories deploy ‘British values’ against Muslims

By Bernie McAdam After their humiliation in the EU elections at the hands of UKIP the Tories had to do something to reclaim the mantle of Britain’s number one racist party.…

30th anniversary: the Battle of Orgreave

Thirty years ago in the Yorkshire coalfield, thousands of striking miners and their supporters faced an army of riot police intent on smashing the union and demoralising the pickets. Chris…