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The British working class is facing the fight of its life. The NHS is facing destruction. Mark Booth writes…

Editorial – Toffs in troughs

March proved to be a bad month for the Coalition. It was a reverse of the old adage that March comes in like a lion and goes out like a…

All out on 28 March to defend pensions!

The next round of pensions strikes on 28 March needs to be massive, argues Jeremy Dewar…

The anticuts movement faces great challenges in the coming months

SPRING 2012 could see a turning point in the anticuts struggle. After last years broadening of resistance to the coalition’s austerity programme from the student revolt in November 2010 to…

Sparks’ victory shows the power of the rank and file

Direct action and the threat of a strike forced the construction companies to back down, writes John Bowman. What are the lessons of the electricians’ dispute?…

Workfare – No Way!

Joy Macready reports on the exciting campaign against workfare…

Egypt: counter-revolution in heartland of the Arab Spring poses new challenges

The victory of the Islamists in the parliamentary elections is a dangerous sign, warns Simon Hardy…

Baba Amr falls to Syrian regime

The Syrian regime is scoring some important victories, but the revolution is not defeated yet, writes Marcus Halaby THE CITY of Homs, Syria’s third largest, is today a city under a…

Indian general strike heralds the awakening of the working class

Uslan Yentik investigates the impact of the recent all India general strike which saw millions take action…

Spanish general strike looms large

Tens of thousands of students and young people in Spain marked the European TUC Day of Action against austerity measures by taking to the street to demand an end to…