In July we began the month with a powerful argument against Rebecca Long-Bailey’s dismissal by Richard House published by Paul Halas. It had a large number of other signatories. The article was widely read and then republished elsewhere. There is… Read More ›
Benjamin Cusden is a poet who crossed over to the light from the darkness, and in the pamphlet, Cut The Black Rabbit, to be published on the date by Against The Grain Poetry Press. he presents the view from that darkness.
by Eugene McCartan Image: new Irish Taoiseach Micheál Martin, leader of the Fianna Fail party. SO, AFTER months of shadow-boxing and pretend negotiations, three parties—Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, and the Green Party—have eventually tied the knot and will set up… Read More ›
National Socialism offered the lower middle class a way of side-stepping the choice between liberalism or socialism. It offered a return to traditional German values. By Bryan Greetham I wanted to take up the claim that fascism was a last… Read More ›
The moment has come for the soft left to develop a backbone and make a stand against reactionary expansionist Zionism. By Phil Hall and Naeem Ali Jundyeh LET’S be clear. It was the United States and British governments who… Read More ›
There was no antisemitism: the troubling case of Peake, Starmer and Long Bailey By Richard House, Abdul-Karim Al-Malahi, Paul Kelly, Tosh McDonald, Alec McFadden, Andrew Samuels and Chris Searle** Last week the actor Maxine Peake conducted a 1,650-word interview that appeared… Read More ›
A Freedom Charter for Great Britain? If we held a constitutional assembly, all the progressive forces in British society could finally agree on a common vision for the future and, having thrashed out this vision, unite around it. This is… Read More ›
Socialists and capitalists together have ruined the planet. by Pete Field Even though climate scientists tell us we have not much time, their forecasts – despite their academic tentativeness – might actually be too optimistic. We already know for sure… Read More ›
First Chávez, now Trump Photo by Alisdare Hickson (https://www.flickr.com/people/59952459@N08) by James Tweedie Sayre’s Law states that: “In any dispute the intensity of feeling is inversely proportional to the value of the issues at stake.” Egyptian historian Charles Issawi’s maxim about… Read More ›
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