By Abel Harvie-Clark The student occupations at Sheffield Hallam and Manchester Universities have ended, due to heavy-handed attempts by university management to criminalise the protests, and a refusal to engage with their demands. The students leave with their heads held high, however, as their three week long protest has demonstrated how to militantly oppose the […]
In February 2021, the military in Myanmar carried out a coup and abolished the elected government.
Since then, millions of people have taken to the streets to demand an end to dictatorship and democracy for Myanmar. This street movement, calling itself the Civil Disobedience Movement, has been led by trade unions and workers’ organisations.
Labour Party Annual Conference will be taking place in person in Brighton, from Saturday 25 to Wednesday 29 September. With solid organisation and strong policies, the internationalist left made huge strides at 2019 conference; it’s vital that we defend these gains and go further this year.
Momentum Internationalists supporters will be taking actions at high-street brands in solidarity with the general strike in Myanmar.
A “policy review” clearly means an attempt to shift things even further right, through top-down decision making by the Leader’s Office and other cliques.
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