July 2018

Pakistan elections: what change?

The general elections in Pakistan have brought Imran Kahn to power with the slogan “a new Pakistan”. Farooq Tariq, a leading member of the Awami Workers Party, explains [...]

31st July 2018 // 0 Comments

May survives – at least until the autumn

You couldn’t make it up. May has survived until the autumn (probably) after an utterly remarkable week of chicanery and confusion in British politics. Alan Davies argues [...]

28th July 2018 // 1 Comment

Universal Credit – stop it and scrap it!

Whistleblowers have said Universal Credit is broken while even the National Audit Office has savaged the new welfare system. Susan Pashkoff, Women’s Officer for [...]

27th July 2018 // 0 Comments

A good weekend for the left

While it’s probably wrong to categorise Trump as a neo-fascist, he is the rallying symbol for the new nationalist hard right globally writes Andy Stowe. His visit to [...]

17th July 2018 // 0 Comments

March against Trump – and for the Planet

There are many reasons for supporting the anti-Trump protests this week, writes Alan Thornett. It has become increasingly clear that Trump can do immeasurable damage not only [...]

12th July 2018 // 0 Comments

Barnet left activist targeted

Veronica Fagan from Socialist Resistance talked to Fred Leplat about his political history and his recent exclusion from the Labour Party VF: Tell us something about your [...]

11th July 2018 // 0 Comments

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