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Jeremy Corbyn’s programme – a revolutionary socialist assessment

By Dave Stockton 15 September 2015 Jeremy Corbyn’s programme for a future Labour government contrasts dramatically with the austerity-lite policies that lost Ed Miliband and Ed Balls the general election.…

Corbyn in Camden: a new movement is born

By Jeremy Dewar On Monday 3 August the Jeremy Corby campaign came to London. After drawing crowds of 1,500 in Liverpool, 1,000 in Birmingham and hundreds upon hundreds in Luton,…

Class consciousness, class struggle and Jeremy Corbyn

By KD Tait 29 July, 2015 Yvette Cooper has said victory for Jeremy Corbyn would turn Labour into “a protest movement” rather than a party that was serious about winning…

Delayed Corbyn demands rail nationalisation at Yorkshire hustings

By Andy Yorke 12 July 2015 Hundreds of Labour party members and supporters, mostly thirty or older but a decent number of young people,  piled into the Yorkshire regional Labour…

Vote Jeremy Corbyn for Labour leader

28 June, 2015 Against the odds, the socialist MP Jeremy Corbyn has made it onto the ballot for the Labour leadership election, transforming overnight a tepid debate between shades of…

What’s the point of the Radical Assembly?

By Jeremy Dewar 15 June, 2015 The third Radical Left Assembly met on Sunday 14 June in Peckham where it adopted a set of ‘principles’ and constituted itself as the…

We need to talk about Labour

By KD Tait 21 May 2015 The biggest, most far reaching question posed by the Tories’ election victory is what will now happen to the Labour Party. Even before all…

Hegemony or power: should Podemos be a model for the left?

In the aftermath of Labour’s defeat, speakers from the Brick Lane Debates group at the 14 May Radical Left Assembly referred to the Spanish Indignados and Podemos as models to…

Tories plan ‘100 day offensive’ – working class needs to prepare defences

By Richard Brenner Britain now has a government determined to force through another huge programme of cuts (£18bn to welfare alone) and dig up cornerstones of the post-1945 welfare system:…

Why not vote SNP?

By Peter Main All indicators point to a massive swing from Labour to the Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) in the coming election. It is possible that the SNP could go…

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