ICJ genocide ruling: a blow to Israeli State & imperialist allies, but fails to call for ceasefire

By Conor Payne On 26 January, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague gave its interim verdict on the case taken by the South African government against the...
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Jan 18th: fight to save our public services!

Build for a general strike By Sean Burns Workers’ are being used as pawns in the Stormont talks. Heaton-Harris and the Tories in Westminster are leveraging vital pay increases and...
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Oxfam Report: Richest 1% produce more carbon emissions than poorest 66%

By Jonathan Diebold From luxury yachts and private jets, to trips to space that can release 2-300 tonnes of carbon into the upper atmosphere in a single go, it’s no...
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Solidarity with Translink strike

By Thomas Carmichael Translink workers across Northern Ireland are to take strike action from midnight on 1st December, the first day that late night Christmas services were to run. The...
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Genocide in Gaza and the struggle to defeat the Israeli regime of terror

ditorial from the upcoming issue of Socialist Alternative, the Marxist journal of the Socialist Party. At the time of writing, the Israeli State’s genocidal war on Gaza is in its sixth...
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Capitalism means war

By Roise McCann People around the world have been forced to bear witness to the nightmare of countless genocidal atrocities committed against the population of Gaza by Israeli State forces....
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30 Years On: The Shankill Bomb and Greysteel Massacre

By Kevin Henry October 23 is the 30th anniversary of Shankill Bombings. Ten people were killed: one of the IRA bombers, a UDA member and eight Protestant civilians, two of...
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End Israeli State Terror! Stop the genocidal war on Gaza!

The racist and colonial Israeli State has stepped up its genocidal assault on the people of Gaza. The supremacist ideology of the Israeli ruling class has been on full display....
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Review: The Old Oak Directed by Ken Loach

By Andrea Murray Thr Old Oak is widely rumoured to be Ken Loach’s last film. At its premier at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year he said, “I’m 87. My...
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“A Pillar of Strength” – Anti-oppression struggles and the revolutionary process

Marxism is often falsely purported as not reckoning with different forms of oppression; that it is innately ‘class reductionist’ – privileging class exploitation over other forms of oppression such as...
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ICJ genocide ruling: a blow to Israeli State & imperialist allies, but fails to call for ceasefire

By Conor Payne On 26 January, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague gave its interim…
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