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Why Salvini could become Prime Minister of Italy

The coming unemployment catastrophe could provide fertile recruiting ground for Salvini if there is no organised resistance in the workplaces or communities. Certainly the current government cannot be judged as progressive just because the Lega has been excluded. Its debates focus on which sectors of capital should get the Covid EU money rather than a determined defence of jobs or living standards.

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31st August 2020 // 0 Comments

Left unites to defend migrants

We are united by our opposition to home secretary Priti Patel’s militarisation of a humanitarian crisis.

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19th August 2020 // 1 Comment

Analysing global capitalism

Socialist Resistance and Mutiny are both part of a process of forming a wider organisation which has the provisional name of Anti-Capitalist Resistance. Over the past six [...]

19th August 2020 // 0 Comments

Lukashenko out! Solidarity with the people of Belarus

We support independent Belarusian trade unions, social movements, and left-wing organizations that oppose the usurper regime and criticize openly right, neoliberal alternatives to the existing system. We hope that the political uprising in Belarus will strengthen the influence of those forces.

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17th August 2020 // 2 Comments

Of car crashes and performance!

The outcome of this whole car crash is that students feel cheated of the results they should have had, and all the effects this will have on university entry and their future careers, and teachers feel conned by the government

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16th August 2020 // 2 Comments

Cometh the [midnight] hour, cometh the book!

Allan Todd reviews Derek Wall’s 2020 Climate Strike: The Practical Politics of the Climate Crisis published by Merlin Press. This book had me from its very first page, with [...]

14th August 2020 // 0 Comments

On “antisemitism”

One specious argument that those of us active in Palestine solidarity hear time after time is the hoary line that “Jews are not really Semites, so why say that they are the [...]

9th August 2020 // 0 Comments

A triumph of ideology: John Hume and the defeat of Irish Republicanism

So the voice of John Hume was the voice of conservative nationalism, of the Catholic Church and of the Catholic business class. Later this voice was sponsored by Irish capitalism as a whole and, following US supported academic studies in America, it was the local voice of the Irish-American lobby inside the Democatic Party.

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8th August 2020 // 0 Comments

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