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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Cass-tastrophe: Resist attacks on trans healthcare!

NHS England's decision earlier this year to prohibit puberty blockers for transgender youth ignited uproar within the queer community, raising serious concerns about the future of trans healthcare. The recent...
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What way forward for the Palestine solidarity movement?

The Palestine solidarity movement of the last six months has brought tens of thousands regularly onto the street and many more who have been following events on social media.
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Election in Britain – Tories in freefall but Starmer is no alternative 

The Conservative Party in Britain is facing a catastrophic election this year according to current polling. At the time of writing the Electoral Calculus “poll of polls” estimates the Tories...
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Gaza genocide and the need for revolutionary socialist change

By James McCabe With all eyes now on the escalating tension between Israel and Iran, the world’s attention is shifting away from the genocide in Gaza. But the global protest...
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‘Melted Parents’ march against high childcare costs

On Saturday 20 April, 1500 parents marched through Belfast demanding urgent action on childcare. The march was organised by Melted Parents NI, which began as an online platform sharing parents'...
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Stormont budget: declaration of war on public services & working class people

Stormont’s return was always going to be on an incredibly weak basis. The fundamental issues at the heart of its suspension in 2022 have still not been resolved. Despite all...
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