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20 January 2021

Trump Twitter ban: only independent workers' voice can defeat right

First the election, now his Twitter account - it's bad news all round for bigot-in-chief Donald Trump

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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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16 December 2020

Can green technology and AI save capitalism?

The following article is an edited transcript of the speech by Mark Best in a workshop at the Socialism 2020 event organised online by the Socialist Party from 20-23 November (see 'Socialism 2020: Growing search for ideas to change the world' at socialistparty.org.uk)

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25 November 2020

Mangrove: When the black community made a stand against state racism

The inspirational film about Britain's most influential black power trial, 'Mangrove', was recently aired on the BBC

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18 November 2020

Race disparity gets worse - fight to improve living standards for all

Disparities in racial progress are getting worse, according to a recent report 'Black people, racism and human rights', by a committee of mainly Tory MPs and unelected Lords.

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28 October 2020

One rule for them, and another for us

A Tory election agent Diana Dianescu, has been found guilty of 16 offenses of deliberately misleading voters

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Unison general secretary candidate and Socialist Party member Hugo Pierre, left, supporting a UCU picket line in February 2020

Unison general secretary candidate and Socialist Party member Hugo Pierre, left, supporting a UCU picket line in February 2020

13 July 2020

Members of Democratic Socialist Movement in Nigeria (a sister organisation of the Socialist Party in England/Wales) on the streets in Abuja during the current protests

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8 July 2020

Hong Kong: The fight for democratic rights

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong on the 23rd anniversary of the settlement between London and Beijing

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17 June 2020

Oppose racist symbols and the racist system

Cheers filled the air as the statue of slave-trader Colston in Bristol was pulled down

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17 June 2020

Tears and anger over the treatment of the Windrush generation

'Sitting in Limbo' is a powerful and moving real-life drama. It shows the trauma of Anthony Bryan, a member of the Windrush generation, as he struggles against removal from Britain

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17 June 2020

Reform or revolt? How was the slave trade abolished?

The slave trade between the west coast of Africa and the Americas over a period of 300 to 400 years was probably one of the most barbaric periods of exploitation in history

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26 February 2020

Weinstein found guilty

A jury in New York City found Harvey Weinstein guilty of rape and sexual assault on 24 February. More trials are ahead for the multimillionaire film producer.

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29 January 2020

TV review: The Trial of Christine Keeler

Benjamin Disraeli, two-time Tory prime minister in the nineteenth century, once said: "A Conservative government is an organised hypocrisy". The Christine Keeler story on BBC1 would seem to bear out that analysis.

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29 January 2020

Johnson's Huawei internet deal underlines world trade tensions

As expected, Boris Johnson has approved Chinese tech giant Huawei gaining licences to build 5G web network infrastructure in Britain.

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4 December 2019

Hillsborough justice eluded

In a second trial against David Duckenfield, after the first jury failed to reach a verdict, the former match commander stood accused of gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans in the Hillsborough football stadium disaster in 1989.

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27 November 2019

Resist attacks against free speech on campus

At a time when a general election is taking place, and students are discussing how to fight for free education, affordable student housing, and a decent quality of life after university, serious attacks on democratic rights on campuses across the country are being perpetrated.

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20 November 2019

Broadband: privatisation has failed to deliver, time for a socialist plan

Labour's policy announcement to nationalise Openreach and BT broadband infrastructure, and provide free internet for all, has had an impact

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11 September 2019

Leicester Kashmir protest rejects religious smokescreen

Leicester Socialist Party supported the 7 September demo against attacks on the democratic rights of the Kashmiri people by the right-wing Modi government.

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4 September 2019

Hong Kong protests: No let-up in trial of strength

After three months of unprecedented heroic mass struggle against the Lam administration, there seems no sign of an end to the conflict.

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14 August 2019

The Peterloo Massacre 1819: When a fearful ruling class tried to crush working-class political aspirations

The Peterloo Massacre was perhaps the most significant atrocity carried out by the British authorities against their own people.

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