• Greece: No retreat! No concessions to the Troika!

    Jorge Martin analysis the significance of the letter from the Greek government to the Eurogroup, which details the measures it is committing itself to implement as part of the agreement reached on Friday, and which reveals the extent of the retreat from Syriza’s election programme. Read More +
  • MPs "cash for access scandal": rotten to the core

    The latest scandal surrounding MPs Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Jack Straw has once again lifted the lid on the rotten, corrupt world of parliament, which is nothing but a den of thieves under capitalism. Read More +
  • Our cherished freedom of speech myth

    Freedom of expression is routinely and uncritically heralded as our society's proudest achievement to be defended at all costs. In truth, under capitalism there is no such thing as free expression nor a free press, for capital decides everything. Read More +
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  • The fallacy of the “war on terror”

    As a new spree of terrorist attacks unravels with increasing frequency, the menace of Islamic fundamentalist terror seems to be beyond the control of the ruling class. The claims of the political elite, of "uniting against terrorism” and for “national unity”, have proved to be boastful absurdities and hypocritical deceptions.

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  • Tories take on the unions: PCS under attack

    Since the start of the Con-Dem Coalition, the Public and Civil Service Trade Union (PCS) has been at the forefront of the trade union fight back against austerity and attacks on the wider welfare state. Now, however, the Tories are attacking the union's very existence – by attempting to restrict the lifeblood of its members’ subscriptions.

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  • Libya: No to imperialist intervention!

    The political, tribal, and religious divisions in Libya, which have been fuelled for many years by imperialism, are dragging the country into a bloody civil war, never seen before. Roberto Sarti discusses how, just as in Iraq, military intervention by the imperialists, rather than stabilising the country, has enormously destabilised it.

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  • Legacy of the Great Miners' Strike: 30 Years On

    On 3rd March 1985, Arthur Scargill, leader of the National Union of Minerworkers, announced the end of the Great Miners' Strike, which began almost exactly one year earlier. Miners returned to work two days later on 5th March 1985. John Dunn from the Justice for Mineworkers campaign looks back at the legacy of the Great Miners' Strike of 1984-85.

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  • Venezuela: Answer coups and economic sabotage with a revolutionary offensive!

    History demonstrates that if you do not remove the class enemy from power within the country, they will not stop until they have crushed the revolution. This is the relevant fact faced today by the Venezuelan revolution. We publish here two articles by the Marxist Tendency of the PSUV, the IMT in Venezuela, which analyse the latest developments in the Bolivarian Revolution.

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