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Racist and sexual abuse widespread at Yarl’s Wood

Joy Macready reports on the scandal at the heart of Britain’s privatised immigration system and yet another tale of abuse by Serco staff. Time to call for the shutting down…

Interview: why voting for Scottish independence is not a way forward

Sandy McBurney, Glasgow South Left Unity member, talks to Workers Power about why he is against voting for Scottish independence in the upcoming referendum on 18 September Workers Power (WP):…

Going all out to win at Lambeth College

By Jeremy Dewar Like many further education establishments, Lambeth College is facing devastating cuts. Unlike most, however, its workforce has come out fighting – in an all-out indefinite strike. Teachers…

UKIP: a threat for Tories – and workers

By Rebecca Anderson AFTER MONTHS of media hype about UKIP and a national debate focusing on Europe and immigration, the right-wing party came top of the polls in May’s European Elections.…

MEETING: Solidarity with the Antifascist Resistance in Ukraine

        Solidarity with the Antifascist Resistance in Ukraine 7:30 pm Monday 2 June SOAS (Vernon Square campus) Map Please join us for a launch meeting for a…

An Action Programme for Britain

To buy a copy, please use the Paypal link below All prices inc. P&P UK £2.50 GBPEurope £4.00 GBPRest of World £5.50 GBP Britain needs a revolution. The great crash…

Report of Left Unity Policy Conference 29 March

By Andy Yorke Around two hundred members of Left Unity (LU) gathered in Manchester for the first policy conference of this new initiative to build a new working class party,…

Miners’ strike 30 years on: ‘We’re the women of the working class’

Originally published in Workers Power 284 in March 2004, edited by Rebecca Anderson WITH NOT just their own futures at stake, but also the future of the entire working class,…

For a working class women’s movement

Working class women across the country are confronting austerity and winning local battles. Bringing these class fighters together to forge a working class women’s movement has the potential to bring…

Has the Labour Link broken beyond repair?

  A special conference in London voted by 86 per cent to approve constitutional changes that will massively reduce the number of union affiliated members in the party and curtail…