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Students – reorganise, refocus, resist

  2012 was a year to forget for the Tories. It was, in the main, a year to forget for student activists as well, writes K D Tait. The first year…

Vote Jerry Hicks for UNITE General Secretary

Len McCluskey has called a snap election for the top job in Unite, even though he has over two years left to run in the post. This is outrageous and…

SWP rape and democracy crisis – what now?

The Socialist Workers Party, the largest revolutionary socialist organisation in Britain, and one of the largest in the world, is presently convulsed by the most serious crisis in its history.…

Where next for the student movement?

On November 21 the National Union of Students (NUS) will march in London under the slogan ‘Educate, Employ, Empower’. The protest is supported by the National Campaign Against Fees and…

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…

What is a rank and file movement?

What is a rank and file movement?

By Peter Main The call for a rank and file movement is not a proposal for a new organisation. Like the “anti-war movement” or the “shop stewards’ movement” of the…

Unite the Resistance: let’s fight for a general strike

Our leaflet to the 2012 Unite the Resistance conference, in support of our candidates to the Steering Committee…

Why do we need four anti-cuts campaigns?

Rebecca Anderson picks apart the bizarre logic of Britain’s competing anti-cuts campaigns If we are to stop the cuts, beat privatisation and banish austerity we need to be united and organised. We need a…

The TUC’s failures: right and left

When the Tories cobbled together the Con-Dem Coalition in May 2010, they were clear about how they were going to tackle the economic downturn – by making the working class pay…

Ed Miliband shows why we need a new workers’ party

This year’s Labour Party conference saw what has become an annual ritual: the Labour leader and his shadow chancellor trying to steal the Tories clothes and “standing up to the…