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24 February 2021

Starmer's speech a return to New Labour

Keir Starmer's speech contained virtually no policy proposals. But it hammered home his message that the Corbyn era is over.

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24 February 2021

Facebook v Australian government: nationalise the bosses' media!

In a fit of pique, tech baron Mark Zuckerberg purged all news from Australian Facebook feeds. But while Australia's right-wing Liberal government poses as defender of the little guy, this is really a battle between competing media billionaires.

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24 February 2021

Film Review: The White Tiger

The White Tiger, a film based on the bestselling novel by Aravind Adiga, depicts the story of a young man's bid to overcome caste and social oppressions to become a self-made person.

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24 February 2021

Vaccine algorithm can't solve capitalist inequality

Eleven months after coronavirus restrictions came into force in England, another 800,000 people are being informed by the government that they need to 'shield' as they are at an increased risk of dying from the effects of the virus

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Socialism Today issue 246

23 February 2021

The struggle needs an electoral arm

Hannah Sell looks at the vital question of the struggle for working-class political representation and the approaches currently been taken.

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17 February 2021

Remembering Mohamud Hassan - continuing the fight against police brutality

On a freezing-cold Tuesday evening in February, over 100 people gathered outside Cardiff Bay police station

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10 February 2021

Myanmar coup - For a workers-led struggle for democracy and socialism!

Mass protests are showing the dissatisfaction and anger

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Socialism Today issue 245

3 February 2021

Project or Party?

Jeremy Corbyn, just a year ago the left Labour leader and now suspended from sitting as a Labour MP, has launched a new Peace and Justice Project. Does it match up to the tasks facing the workers' movement?

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3 February 2021

Covid 'vaccine wars' underline failure of capitalist nation states to deal with the global pandemic

The European Commission was forced into a humiliating climbdown

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3 February 2021

GameStop: Billionaires hurt at their own game

Recently, users of big online forum Reddit influenced the entire stock market, causing huge hedge funds to go into meltdown

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3 February 2021

The Socialist Inbox

Capitalist governments turned blind eye to Holocaust: Send your news, views and criticism, in not more than 150 words, to [email protected] - or if you're not online, PO Box 1398, Enfield EN1 9GT.

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27 January 2021

Ten years since the 'Arab Spring'

The year 2011 began with mass protests spreading across the Middle East and North Africa which shook the ground beneath the region's many autocratic regimes

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20 January 2021

Books that inspired me: The Road to Wigan Pier

In early 1936, a then unknown George Orwell was commissioned by the publisher Victor Gollancz to travel to the north of England to research 'the conditions of the working class'

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18 January 2021

Socialism podcast: The outlook for class struggle in 2021

The pandemic was a world-shattering turning point. All the weaknesses of capitalism were laid bare in 2020. But in few countries more so than Britain.

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13 January 2021

How should socialists respond to the 6 January attacks on Capitol Hill?

Police in DC showed some sympathy to the pro-Trump protesters and refused to seriously restrain the partially armed crowd

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13 January 2021

Covid vaccine nationalism threatens pandemic response

Without a global vaccination programme, the Covid-19 virus will continue to circulate among the world's poorest countries, and possibly mutate into a new strain requiring a new vaccine

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13 January 2021

Book Review: Humankind - Dispelling the myth that humans are too selfish for socialism

Historian Rutger Bregman's book 'Humankind' tackles a subject matter that socialists know about only too well - 'human nature'

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13 January 2021

Exams scrapped again - young people need a future with jobs and free education

In another Tory U-turn, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has told the second class of Covid that A-level and GCSE exams will not be taking place at the end of the 2020-21 academic year

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6 January 2021

Books that inspired me: The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck

Millions of workers in the US and globally find themselves out of work, unable to afford the basics, and at the mercy of capitalist crisis

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16 December 2020

No to Tories' new anti-protest law

The Tories are looking at more ways to restrict the right to protest.

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