Tories crushed while Labour gets “loveless landslide” — Build a working class struggle for real, socialist change 

The hated Tory government was kicked out of power on Thursday. There was much satisfaction in watching some of the people, who for 14 years have presided over ever worsening...
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No Pride in Genocide! 

By Éilis Gallagher It's that time of year when the most evil corporation you know pink-washes their feed with an endless barrage of cynical rainbow posts. Every year during Pride...
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Lough Neagh: A Case Study in How Capitalism Kills the Environment

By Oisín Hill Lough Neagh, Ireland’s largest body of freshwater, and the source of 40% of the North’s drinking water, is set for another year of poisoning by toxic blue-green...
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GE2024 – huge pressure on the DUP

Only months after the Assembly was restored, parties will contest a "first past the post" election that allows even less space for voting beyond the establishment parties. While that mostly...
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Review: Strike – An Uncivil War directed by Daniel Gordon

Reviewed by Thomas Carmichael On the morning of 18 June 1984, a scorching summer’s day, 5,000 striking miners gathered on the fields overlooking the Orgreave Coking Works in South Yorkshire....
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General election 2024 – no illusions in those who uphold this rotten system!

On the 4 July there will be a general election. The decision by Rishi Sunak to call a snap election took many by surprise - including other Tory ministers who...
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Review: ‘Israelism’ – directed by Erin Axelman & Sam Eilertsen

The groundbreaking documentary Israelism follows the stories of two young American Jews, Simone and Eitan, who were raised with Israel at the centre of their Jewish identity. But when they...
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Workers accept pay offers, but new battlelines ahead!

WORKERS in public transport, health, education and the civil service headed to the picket lines numerous times throughout the last two years which culminated in the largest public sector strike...
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Resignation of Humza Yousaf illustrates ongoing SNP crisis

The SNP is in crisis after Humza Yousaf was forced to resign, the second leader in just over a year to do so. He had only taken over in March...
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Southern Government in decline, desperately shifts to the right 

Southern Government in decline, desperately shifts to the right. Liz Truss lasted 50 days as Prime Minister in Britain and Edwin Poots just 21 as First Minister in the North....
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