Thousands of jobs to go in the Post Office; taxpayers to fund a compensation package to Railtrack shareholders; open talk about a leadership...
New Labour's Home Secretary David Blunkett has launched a new offensive around the issue of stop and search.
Contaminated steel from World Trade Centre dumped in Asia - Drug Tests on Police - Oxygen in Aeroplanes
On 16 April Defend Council Housing (DCH) is organising a 'Case for Council Housing' briefing for MPs at parliament.
Zimbabwe was gripped by depression immediately after the recent election results were announced.
Whatever the result of the first round of this month's presidential election in France, the poll is certain to confirm the crisis of mainstream...
The anti-capitalist movement is back with a vengeance. Socialist politics are crucial to its success.
George Galloway speaks about the growing opposition to Bush and Blair's war.
Simon Assaf reports from Lebanon about the growing unrest in the Middle East.
The movement against neoliberalism and war must be built, but so too must the revolutionary Marxist current within it.
Attacks on Labour and trade union leaders, as well as the occasional anecdote, makes 'In the Thick of Workers' Struggle', Tony Cliff's second volume of selected writings, essential reading.
New Labour can no longer take the trade unions' money for granted.
George W nearly as popular as Abe Lincoln? Mike Davis looks at the strange twists of the US political scene.
The Michael Moore book signing tour hits San Diego.
Report from a Marxist Forum in Tower Hamlets, East London.
Is your pension at risk? Yes, minister.
Despite its military dominance the US still has reason to fear its rivals.
The work of Studs Terkel lets ordinary Americans speak for themselves.
It's working class Americans we side with, not their government.
Some 500,000 people demonstrated in the streets of Barcelona against a Europe of capital and war.
War is a key issue for the unions, but how are we going to mobilise them?
Paul Foot says that Shakespeare's sympathies were probably with Mark Antony, and against the conspirators, in Julius Caesar (March SR). This is usually the view that is taken, but it is also one...
Thank you for sending copies of 'Socialist Review' to my penfriend, who is currently on death row in Texas.
When I was at the Berlin conference against deregulation and for labour rights for all, I was given quite a nice video of May Day 2001 in London and a protest against tube privatisation.
The campaign to save York City Football Club is a good example of fans resisting the trend whereby people who own professional football make a financial killing with no regard to fans or players'...
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