Editorial from the Socialist, the weekly paper of the Socialist Party England and Wales “As the debate on the EU referendum intensifies, so do the possibilities for a split in the Conservative Party.” This is not a quote from the ...Read More »
By Matt Dobson There have been large protests in Scotland in solidarity with the movement in Catalon...
We publish below a draft document on the situation in Europe which will be discussed, amended and vo...
Statement from Socialist Party Scotland Following Kezia Dugdale’s resignation as leader of th...
Jeremy Corbyn, as of last weekend, has agreed to a change in Labour’s policy on Brexit. Labour...
By Philip Stott The dramatic rise of the Scottish National Party (SNP) has been thrown into a sharp...
Harvey Duke reports For a decade, stories have emerged about undercover cops in Britain. Over the last 5 years, a huge amount of evidence has accumulated – from activists and journalists. Spycops seem to have little to do with investigating ...Read More »
Philip Stott reports The SNP won the Scottish parliamentary elections on Thursday, although they lost their overall majority and will govern as a minority administration at Holyrood with 63 MSPs. In a catastrophe for Scottish Labour, the Tories were second ...Read More »
Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary The furore around charges of anti-Semitism engulfing the Labour Party is, in reality, an orchestrated and cynical new stage of the campaign by the right-wing pro-capitalist wing of the Labour Party to try ...Read More »
By Paul Hunt from the current edition of the Socialist England and Wales Tax avoidance has been in the headlines lately, provoking renewed calls to tax the rich and big business. The Socialist campaigns for closing loopholes, and increasing wealth and ...Read More »
Reports from Wales and Scotland by Alex Thraves and Matt Dobson According to some commentators, the multinational Tata Group has a reputation of being a paternalistic and caring corporation that takes into consideration the wellbeing of its workforce. Try telling ...Read More »
Scottish lecturers have won a major victory in their battle for fair and equal pay and nationally recognised terms and conditions in the college sector. Up to 5,000 members of the EIS – Further Education Lecturers Association (FELA) took national ...Read More »
Clive Heemskerk, Socialist Party England and Wales Although the majority of trade unions support the idea of a so-called ‘social Europe’ they have often opposed, at least on paper, the reality of European Union (EU) policies and not all of ...Read More »
Editorial statement from the Socialist Party England and Wales The referendum on 23 June is not just about the EU but is also an opportunity to pass verdict on Cameron and his rotten government. An ‘out’ vote would strike ...Read More »
By Lynn Walsh. From the Socialist - the paper of the Socialist Party England and Wales Every year the global capitalist elite meet at the World Economic Forum held at Davos, a posh Swiss ski resort. This year, the prevailing ...Read More »