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Marxism Today: London lectures 11 May – 20 July 2011

Marxism Today: London lectures 11 May – 20 July 2011

A world in economic crisis, growing social inequality, war in Afghanistan and Libya and revolutions across the Arab world. Neo conservative thinkers used to argue that we had reached the ‘end…

Yes to AV: why all socialists, workers, youth should back change on 5 May

Tomorrow will see the second referendum in British history and the first ever on electoral reform.…

How can we unite the anti-cuts movement?

With a number of trade unions lining up to strike together against the coalition government’s attacks, there is a burning need to unite all existing anti-cuts campaigns into an all-Britain…

The problem of autonomism

Luke Cooper discusses the growing phenomenon of autonomism in the anti-cuts and student movement  …

UK Uncut: direct action spreads against the cuts

The UK UNCUT occupation of luxury goods department store Fortnum and Mason during the March for the Alternative mass demonstration was part of series of stunts and protests the direct…

PCS: time to move beyond one-day strikes

The Public and Commercial Services Union has played a leading role in calling for the co-ordinated public sector strike on 30 June, writes Rebecca Allan, PCS rep…

SWP: the road to Respect

The Socialist Workers Party has always rejected the need to build itself on the basis of a revolutionary programme and is now building Respect as a populist electoral alliance, and…

Policy: council elections, councillors and anti-cuts candidates

1. The situation in Britain is marked by an historic offensive against the public sector, carried out by an openly bourgeois, anti-working class Tory government. Lib Dem support has plummeted…

Ignore Will and Kate, come to REVOLUTION Today 30/4/2011

Ignore Will and Kate, come to REVOLUTION Today 30/4/2011

All we seem to hear about on the TV these days is “Will and Kate”, “the Royal Wedding”, how it’s all so “British” and how “exciting” it all is. If,…

Why socialists should vote yes in the Alternative Vote referendum

The Alternative Vote (AV) system isn’t proportional, but it’s still an improvement on the rotten First Past the Post (FPTP) system, that’s why socialists should be campaigning for a critical…