Guido Fawkes and The Express aiming to smear Jeremy Corbyn by regurgitating lies about Socialist Organiser in the 1980s.
We need a better left than Momentum. Activists are discussing how a struggle within Momentum can fit into building that.
Report on the South Western Railways strike over Driver Only Operation, including analysis from our Off The Rails bulletin.
The Brexit Tories represent an attempt to renew and relaunch a more aggressive Thatcherism.
On 5 December, a big majority of the National Education Union executive, which reckons itself left-wing, voted to approve an agreement used only months ago to sink an important dispute.
People from the old leadership of the now closed-down International Socialist Organisation in the US have launched a new website, the International Socialism Project.
What should socialists advocate in the various possible scenarios after 12 December?
Support Hannah Thompson and Dan Rawnsley's sponsored bike ride to raise money for Workers' Liberty.
On Friday 6 December, the Queensland/NT [Australia] branch of the Electrical Trades Union [ETU] made Bob Carnegie an honorary member - the first one ever, other than someone who was already an ETU member, in the whole 104-year history of the branch.
A June 2019 speech by Bernie Sanders delivered at George Washington University (and abridged here) on what he means by socialism
Arguments for socialist politics cross-borders.
Articles on capitalism, climate change and working-class struggle…
Articles on left antisemitism.
Eduardo Tovar surveys recent examples.
Bernie Sanders now has money and a base of supporters.
Marx’s theory of metabolism.
An interview with Susie Linfield.
Debate on religion, education and the state.
Review of Dave Renton's The New Authoritarians...
Our job is to build a politically independent working-class party, using the footholds provided by liberalism.
Robert Fine, who died on 9 June 2018, was a socialist writer unafraid to stand up to much of the left’s received wisdom on the questions
Labor Action May Day Special from 1957 on the revolutions in Eastern Europe.
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Audio versions of various Workers' Liberty publications, some debates, and more.
A three-part video debate between Rayner Lysaght and Sean Matgamna