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UK: Xi Jinping hails a “visionary and strategic choice”

The British government promised to roll out the “reddest of red carpets” in honour of the arrival of President Xi Jinping of China for a four day state visit. Read more...

No refuge for Cameron in asylum crisis

Over 100,000 people marched through the streets of London on Saturday 12 September under the slogan, “Refugees Welcome Here”. It was the biggest pro-migrant demonstration we have seen for many years. Read more...

Britain: a new strategy for a new movement

The outright victory for the Tories in Britain’s general election on May 7 was certainly a shock for the British labour movement in general and for the far left organisations in particular. Read more...

Class consciousness, class struggle and Jeremy Corbyn

Yvette Cooper has said victory for Jeremy Corbyn would turn Labour into “a protest movement” rather than a party that was serious about winning the next general election. Read more...

Tories plan ‘100 day offensive’

Britain now has a government determined to force through another huge programme of cuts (£18bn to welfare alone) and dig up cornerstones of the post-1945 welfare system: public health, education, hous Read more...

UK: We need to talk about Labour

The biggest, most far reaching question posed by the Tories’ election victory is what will now happen to the Labour Party. Read more...

UK: Electoral system delivers Tory majority but Tories can be beaten

If websites and social media are anything to go by, people outside Britain were as surprised as the Brits themselves by the result of the May 7 general election.  Read more...

UK: Tories plan ‘100 day offensive’

Britain now has a government determined to force through another huge programme of cuts (£18bn to welfare alone) and dig up cornerstones of the post-1945 welfare system: public health, education, hous Read more...

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