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Racism starts at the top in Britain, and we’re seeing the result with Windrush  - weekly briefing

Racism starts at the top in Britain, and we’re seeing the result with Windrush - weekly briefing

Opinion April 23, 2018

The fight against ruling class divide-and-rule has never been more urgent and the Tory leadership are a sitting target, argues Lindsey German

The limits of Keynesianism part one: John Maynard Keynes and orthodox economics

The limits of Keynesianism part one: John Maynard Keynes and orthodox economics

Theory April 20, 2018

In the first part of our series considering the merits and pitfalls of Keynesian economics, Dominic Alexander looks at the history of Keynes' contributio...

The Political Economy of the Kurds of Turkey - book review

The Political Economy of the Kurds of Turkey - book review

Book Reviews April 19, 2018

Veli Yadirgi argues that there is a clear relationship between the intentional de-development of mostly Kurdish regions of Turkey and the Kurdish question, f...

The Windrush scandal: It's time to deport Theresa May from office

The Windrush scandal: It's time to deport Theresa May from office

Opinion April 19, 2018

This terrible scandal shows us that racism is driven primarily from the top of society, not the bottom, argues Kevin Ovenden

Six things we learnt from the Syrian airstrike

Six things we learnt from the Syrian airstrike

Opinion April 14, 2018

John Rees on the immediate conclusions we can draw from the US led airstrike on Syria

University workers' statement on UCU ballot result

University workers' statement on UCU ballot result

Latest News April 13, 2018

The strike is over: our fight is not

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So called 'moderates' are the enablers of the far-right

So called 'moderates' are the enablers of the far-right

Kevin Ovenden on why the anti-racist radical left must give the ideological battle

April 25, 2018 Kevin Ovenden

Resisting the republic of fear: protesters take on Modi

Resisting the republic of fear: protesters take on Modi

Over a thousand people protested outside Downing Street last week as India's Prime Minister Modi visited Theresa May, Amrit Wilson explains why

April 24, 2018 Amrit Wilson

NHS at 70: celebrate and defend our health service on June 30

NHS at 70: celebrate and defend our health service on June 30

As the NHS approaches its 70th birthday on July 5, we need a big show of strength in London on June 30 to save it from the Tories

April 24, 2018 The People's Assembly

As Gaza rebels, how can Palestine be free? With Kevin Ovenden - video

As Gaza rebels, how can Palestine be free? With Kevin Ovenden - video

Speaking at a London Counterfire event, Kevin Ovenden discusses what the protests in Gaza are about and how Palestine can be free

April 23, 2018 Kevin Ovenden

Theory

Istvan Meszaros and Marx's theory of alienation

Istvan Meszaros and Marx's theory of alienation

The late Hungarian philosopher explained how alienation can only be overcome by collective action which challenges capitalist relations of production ...

November 19, 2017 Judy Cox

The 24 hour day: women, work and class

The 24 hour day: women, work and class

Lindsey German argues for the development of a theory that can respond to changes in work organisation and the feminisation of the workforce

September 26, 2017 Lindsey German

Lenin, state and revolution: an introduction

Lenin, state and revolution: an introduction

Lenin’s classic pamphlet on the role of the state in capitalist society has lost none of its relevance, writes Dragan Plavšić

August 3, 2017 Dragan Plavšić

Books

Republic of Islamophobia - book review

Republic of Islamophobia - book review

Republic of Islamophobia effectively analyses the nature and rise of the vindictive Islamophobia that has come to grip French politics and society, finds Sus...

April 12, 2018 Susan Ram

Brazil: Neoliberalism versus Democracy - book review

Brazil: Neoliberalism versus Democracy - book review

The root of the constitutional coup in Brazil lay in Lula and Rousseff’s attempt to marry inclusive democracy with the exclusionary logic of neoliberal...

April 5, 2018 Orlando Hill

Revolt on the Clyde - book review

Revolt on the Clyde - book review

William Gallacher’s account of the early-twentieth-century socialist movement in Glasgow shows how we can challenge our rulers today, argues Richard Al...

March 29, 2018 Richard Allday

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