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20 January 2021
First the election, now his Twitter account - it's bad news all round for bigot-in-chief Donald Trump
16 December 2020
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)
29 January 2020
As expected, Boris Johnson has approved Chinese tech giant Huawei gaining licences to build 5G web network infrastructure in Britain.
20 November 2019
Labour's policy announcement to nationalise Openreach and BT broadband infrastructure, and provide free internet for all, has had an impact
23 May 2018
Recently work required me to complete online 'Prevent' training, supposed to help those who work with young people spot signs of "radicalisation."
9 November 2016
The most recent creation of documentary-maker Adam Curtis revolves around the idea of "hypernormalisation", which he applies to recent history.
20 August 2015
An interview with Peter Taaffe on technological developments, the threat to jobs, and perspectives for the struggle against capitalism and for the future of humanity
20 May 2015
No Place To Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the US Surveillance State by Glenn Greenwald is reviewed by Tony Saunois, secretary of the Committee for a Workers' International
27 November 2013
"The key question is what was authorised and what was not authorised," said Richard Ottaway, Tory MP and veteran of the Intelligence and Security Committee, over the revelation that from 2007, British intelligence officials agreed to allow the US National Security Agency (NSA) the right to spy on, writes David Semple.
5 June 2013
For the first time ever, Britain's home secretary Theresa May revealed on 2 June that since 2010, nearly 5,700 separate articles and websites have been taken off the internet by the UK government, writes Derek McMillan.
30 January 2013
The suicide of Aaron Swartz, aged 26, exposes the hypocrisy of the US justice system and highlights attacks on freedom of information, writes Adam Hemsley.
29 February 2012
Thousands of young people across Europe have joined protests against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), writes Sebastian Kugler, SLP (CWI in Austria) and Michael KoschitzkiSAV (CWI Germany).
29 February 2012
US copyright law threatens UK student: On 21 January I organised a 'Rally of the 99%: Voice of the Voiceless'. The rally was part of the third national Occupy conference, held in Sheffield
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