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Education for exploitation

Gove’s reactionary policy for schools means… Education for exploitation, argues James Copley…

The British General Strike of 1926 – Part Two

In Workers Power 367 we saw how the Communist Part of Great Britain (CPGB) initiated the powerful rank and file Minority Movement, but became ever more uncritical supporters of the…

Will Israel attack Iran?

Imperialism in the dock by Marcus Halaby…

Car pile-up ahead: may cause strikes

By Jeremy Dewar On 25 October, Ford stunned workers at its Southampton transit van and Dagenham stamping plants, announcing 1,400 job cuts and the closure of both sites next year.…

Bolshie Women: waging a war on inequality

By Joy Macready Women council workers in Birmingham, including cooks, cleaners, caterers and care staff, have struck another blow against inequality. On 24 October a Supreme Court ruling upheld 174…

Editorial – Fight for a General Strike

It’s no longer a question of if we need a general strike, but how can we get one. As 2012 ends and a new year begins the economic, political and…

Hillsborough police cover up exposed

By Stu Bates On 15 April 1989, 96 Liverpool supporters attending the FA cup semi-final at Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough stadium never returned home. Now, 20 years on, a new independent…

Florence summit fails

By Joy Macready, at the Firenze 10+10 conference In November 2002 the first European Social Forum in Florence issued the call for worldwide anti-war demonstrations on February 15, 2003. To…

The left and the general strike

A debate has opened up in the labour movement since the vote at the Brighton TUC to consider the ‘practicalities of a general strike’. The debate has inevitably exposed differences…

Where is Britain going? – Economic and political perspectives

As the Coalition government gears up for the second half of its term in office, it is clear that the British economy is far from the path of recovery. Despite…

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