By Mohan Sen “Keir Starmer is expected to reshuffle his top team and kick off a policy review”, reports the Guardian, “as he seeks to reassert his leadership after a string of embarrassing losses…” “A senior party source [said]: ‘We have got to change, and that has got to be much harder and faster than […]
Curbing police powers, defending and enlarging rights to protest, changing society
Activists in the UK labour movement are getting organised to provide solidarity to the workers of Myanmar who are on strike against the Tatmadaw military regime
Marxist economist Michael Roberts has long argued and campaigned to take the banking and financial system into public ownership. He explains why.
By Joe Booth Why am I writing this now? Because since Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh passed on April 9, 2021 so many people in the country consciously or subconsciously sent their condolences to him and gave the royal family importance. So many people including left wing, socialist republicans like Jeremy Corbyn and Nadia Whittome […]
Students and staff at SOAS University of London are taking on their university management management with a vision of free, liberated education
From the Labour Campaign for Free movement The latest move in the Tory government’s war against migrants – the floating of proposals to remove asylum-seekers to camps in remote locations, hundreds or thousands of miles away, while their claims are processed – is once again an outrage against human rights and the values of rationality, […]
The Labour Party has published a new complaints policy, and, at last, some information on disciplinary decisions
Actions against the Police Bill continued on 3-4 April and are likely to start again on 17 April.
On 18 March the leadership of Momentum launched a “strategy document” for what Momentum should do over the next three years. But despite running to 24 pages, it doesn’t really say.