Car bosses are drawing up plans to restart production at plants in Britain and Europe producing non-essential vehicles. They must be stopped.
Trump forced into small climbdown as death toll and US virus count rise
The Labour Party leadership contest was set to finally end this Thursday with the result to be announced on Saturday.
Rules relaxing access to abortion aren’t enough to protect women in the pandemic.
As Jeremy Corbyn ends his time as Labour leader, Nick Clark looks at the impact he has had—and why any attempts by Labour to change the system will be limited
Workers in Italy are resisting bosses’ attempts to benefit from the coronavirus crisis.
The coronavirus crisis has exposed capitalism as a brutal and inhumane system that fails to meet people’s most basic needs.
We’re encouraged to see ourselves as competing individuals. But capitalism enables collective action that undermines those ideas
Hungary’s government effectively declared itself a dictatorship on Monday under the guise of combating coronavirus.
The Tories are trying to hide their responsibility for the coronavirus crisis as the number of patients rises by 1,000 a day.
As a teacher, socialist and trade unionist I met the cancellation of Sats, GCSEs and A Levels with mixed feelings. I have genuine sympathy for children who have been preparing long and hard for their tests and exams.
Nicki joined the SWP in London and remained a committed revolutionary socialist.
The coronavirus crisis has exposed political leaders as wanting. The systematic bungling by Boris Johnson’s government is summed up by the fact that he, his health secretary and the chief medical adviser have all tested positive for the virus.
Action by workers has shown the type of resistance that’s possible against bosses who force them to work in unsafe conditions during the coronavirus outbreak.
Children on free school meals are being sent food packages that will leave them hungry
Conflicting advice from the Tory government is resulting in homeless people being at heightened risk of contracting coronavirus.
Anger as children on free school meals are being sent food packages that will leave them hungry.
Weeks after the government insisted the shortage of personal protective equipment was being resolved, doctors and nurses are getting ill, and some die because they still can’t get it
Hospitals have started rationing ventilators for patients as the coronavirus death toll rises.
Workers have suffered repression and evictions to try and stop the spread of the virus, but there has also been fightback in the form of strikes.