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Pakistan: Awami Workers’ Party founded

By Shahzad Arshad On 11 November, the Awami Workers’ Party was founded in Lahore. Initially, this party will organise some 15,000 working class activists, youth and students. This is still…

Editorial: N30 shows that the fight is on

THE MASS strike on N30 has the potential to change the political situation in Britain. It shows that if you want mass numbers then the unions are essential to filling the streets…

German capitalists push for fiscal powers as second credit crunch looms

None of the problems from 2008 have gone away; in fact many have become worse, argues Richard Brenner. What are the European leaders planning next?…

Now we can stop the pensions robbery

Two million strong strike shows unions have power to bring down the government – but, argues Jeremy Dewar, only if they escalate the action, broaden their aims and base themselves…

Motormouth’s sinister joke

ON THE evening of the public sector strike Jeremy Clarkson, presenter from BBCs Top Gear programme said he wanted to see all strikers shot in front of their families. The BBC…

No to sanctions – hands off Iran!

The growing chorus from world leaders demanding action against Iran threatens another war in the Middle East. Martin Suchanek examines what is behind the latest international manoeuvers and states the…

The growing social crisis in Britain

The government’s policies are making things much worse, writes John Bowman, particularly for the most vulnerable…

Is European social democracy in irreversible decline?

After the defeat of the Spanish Social Democrats – almost every country in western Europe is now ruled by a conservative government, writes Dave Stockton. In a time of capitalist crisis,…

Sparks: We must not let judges stop our actions

We can’t let the courts or the bureaucrats stop our actions, argues Jeremy Dewar…

What’s wrong with the union lefts today?

Simon Hardy and Jeremy Dewar take a critical look at the broad left strategy…

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