16 November 2021
1 November 2021
The government’s economic statement isn’t the final word on our economic future. Workers must take this on – in fighting for pay and more.
30 July 2021
More than 600 steel-making jobs at Sheffield Forgemasters have been secured following the decision to nationalise the company.
22 July 2021
Two years after the event, it has taken a court order to reveal that NHS trust lost over £360,000 through the cancellation of a music festival. It’s a symptom of much that is wrong within the NHS
28 May 2021
The report into events at Batley Grammar School in March has lifted supensions on the teachers involved. But it does not deal with the threat to free speech and educations posed by the fundamentalist demonstrations.
20 May 2021
A universal basic income sounds nice and fair, but behind the superficial attractiveness is the flawed concept that the future for our society will not involve productive work for all.
20 May 2021
In the midst of a global pandemic, what is a country like Britain doing importing nurses from India, itself in desperate need of medical staff?
16 May 2021
The much-trumpeted “super-majority” for Scottish separatists never materialised when the SNP and the Alba Party faced the voters last week.
1 April 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen increased discussion of home food production. Encouragingly, some British food growers are thinking positively along the same lines.
30 January 2021
Remember the warnings? Poor Britain, too small to go it alone in the big bad world. Now look at the EU’s vaccines debacle…
18 January 2021
The government's plan to manufacture and deliver Covid-19 vaccine shows the remarkable progress made in finding a way out of the pandemic.
1 December 2020
So much of the coverage of the HS2 project has focused on passenger journey times that the true scope of the project has almost been obscured from public view.
23 November 2020
The scientists involved in developing vaccines against Covid-19 coronavirus – wherever they are based – are part of a global collaboration that has achieved the near impossible in record time.
17 September 2020
EU and NATO governments have dramatically escalated the ongoing hysteria against Russia, beginning with a propaganda offensive launched against its closest ally, Belarus, in early August.
10 July 2020
The government's reponse to the coronavirus economic crisis lacks vision. It's up to the working class to provide it.
1 June 2020
Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator is at it again, threatening Britain. But the threat is an odd one: reach agreement, or face no deal. As if that were a threat!
1 June 2020
We are told the UK’s Brexit negotiators are insisting on sovereignty at every turn. That doesn’t seem to apply to defence…
13 May 2020
While the aerospace industry is looking for handouts, manufacturing union Unite is calling for a new industrial strategy based on making more in Britain.
29 March 2020
Yes, there is an economic crisis as well as the health and social crisis. But the politics of despair will get us nowhere. Instead, workers need to get to grips with the financial issues involved.
13 November 2019
Brexit has brought the EU’s plans to a financial standstill that shows little signs of easing.
30 July 2019
The seized bulk carrier Stena Impero is owned by a Swedish company and operated by a crew none of whom are British. So why the British flag?
27 May 2019
The working class has told the pro-EU ruling class to carry out our 2016 instruction to leave the EU through the vote in the EU elections. It was a failure to have to take part; the Brititsh people will have to take control to enforce the decision.
3 July 2018
Unnoticed in the British media, a fierce battle is raging as the European Union tries to force Switzerland to agree to wide-ranging changes in its relationship with the bloc.
14 June 2018
The crisis over the makeup of Italy’s government shows that the EU is desperate to assert itself as the master in the country – and that it is afraid of the anger of the Italian people.