Tata’s decision to close its Port Talbot steelworks will devastate the town. British communists have launched a campaign for workers to get organized, occupy the plant, and demand its full nationalization.
This year’s Revolution Festival in Britain was an event like none other. 1,000 communists from across the world gathered for an inspiring, historic event, energized by the momentous next step: launching the Revolutionary Communist Party.
Comrades of Socialist Appeal, the British section of the International Marxist Tendency, have been targeted by the police for waging a determined campaign to build solidarity with the Palestinian people.
Capitalist politicians are increasingly wrapping-up austerity measures in “green” packaging—provoking a backlash amongst ordinary people and polarizing the working class.
We are witnessing a profound crisis of legitimacy and moral decomposition of the entire capitalist system. Former US President Donald Trump’s latest legal drama is just one more in a ceaseless succession of establishment scandals.
Riots in France and Wales reveal the explosive situation building up internationally and in Britain. Marxist leadership is needed to channel this anger towards revolution.
Recent data has caused alarm amongst the ruling class, suggesting that inflation has become entrenched. In response, central bankers are looking to provoke a slump in the hope of quelling price rises.
When the Good Friday Agreement was signed, the British and Irish government signatories were inebriated with their own “success.” But the sectarian divide can be buried only on the basis of common class struggle.
From March 17–19, hundreds of revolutionaries from Socialist Appeal (the Marxist Tendency in Britain) met for their national conference. The mood was one of optimism, enthusiasm, and dedication.
Promoted by some activists as a means of combating oppression, identity politics is increasingly being used by the establishment to attack the left and the labor movement. Workers and youth must fight back with revolutionary […]
On February 1, half-a-million workers across Britain were out on strike. It was the biggest day of coordinated strike action in over a decade.
The current crisis unfolding within Britain’s NHS is the result of years of austerity and privatization. But healthcare workers are fighting back!