In this special feature Socialist Review sets out the challenges and strategies faced by the anti-fascist movements in Britain. With contributions from activists involved in the struggle here.
Leicester was one of the turning points in the battle to stop the EDL. It was to be the first major UAF demo built locally, despite facing a national mobilisation by the fascists. At the time it...
Dean Harris and Natasha Munoz, Waltham Forest UAF
Paul Sillet, UAF national campaigner
Kelvin Williams, UAF photographer
Paul Jenkins, UAF north west organiser
The murder of an anti-fascist activist has galvanised the campaign to stop the Front National, but the strategy of the movement falls short of what is needed.
Healthcare under capitalism has always been a contest between the needs of workers and desires of capital, and now the National Health Service faces its biggest battle ever.
The Left Unity initiative has attracted significant interest and a founding conference is taking place at the end of November. Socialist Review invited Andrew Burgin, a supporter, to put the case...
The government's new bill aims to create a "hostile environment" for illegal migrants. Alan Gibson looks at the measures in the proposed law and how it will target all migrants and serve...
The new policy briefing on children's education by Michael Gove's top advisor is a justification for inequality
The author of the seminal and groundbreaking work, Marx and Human Nature, was not without his faults.
Socialist Review spoke to Petros Constantinou, an Athens councillor for the left wing Antarsya coalition and the national coordinator of the Movement Against Racism and the Fascist Threat (Keerfa...
Nathan Lean, Pluto Press £12.99
Oscar Martinez, Verso, £14.99
Alan Wieder, Monthly Review Press, £14.79
Mark Blyth, Oxford University Press £14.99
Lewis Grassic Gibbon, First published 1932
Can the working class in less developed countries lead a socialist revolution, even when it is not a majority in society?
Leon Trotsky's theory of permanent revolution provides, under...
Lloyd Bradley, Published by Serpent's Tail at £12.99
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