Glasgow Anti-Racists defiant against Far-Right attacks

The demonstration was a great success in reasserting solidarity with Black Lives Matter and challenging the far-right backlash for control of Britain’s streets and squares. A strong, energetic and pluralistic anti-racist movement needs to be built in the days and weeks ahead.

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22nd June 2020 // 2 Comments

Salvini pushed back but hard right remains strong

Regional elections in two parts of Italy, Emilia Romagna and Calabria were held on Sunday January 26. They were seen as posing a big challenge to the government if Salvini’s Lega (League, formerly Northern League) won. Dave Kellaway looks at what happened and its implications.

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29th January 2020 // 0 Comments

The Lexit road to English patriotism

The imperial legacy has been the great weakness of the English working class, and as the Morning Star demonstrates with its alarming enthusiasm for English patriotism, also for its labour movement.

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10th January 2020 // 0 Comments

Actually, it is racist

One conclusion being drawn from Labour’s defeat is that the party under Corbyn was insufficiently concerned about migration, English nationalism and the concerns [...]

30th December 2019 // 1 Comment

General election 2019: Exeunt Scottish Socialist Party, stage left

The SSP is supporting Britain’s immediate exit from the EU, opposes a second referendum, and calls for a vote for candidates who support an “Independent Socialist Scotland”. it has taken a significant step backward, writes Mike Picken.

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9th December 2019 // 0 Comments

General Election: Scotland at Crossroads

There is a totally different election campaign for the 12 December UK General Election being fought in Scotland to that in the rest of Britain, writes Mike Picken.

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5th December 2019 // 2 Comments

Sardines against Salvini

The mobilisation of the Sardines movement is something that could contribute to a solution. The radical left needs to join in and build the movement.

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5th December 2019 // 0 Comments

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