Political Earthquake in Austria

Written by Emanuel Tomaselli Friday, 29 April 2016

norber-hofer franz-johann-morgenbesserThe first round of elections for President of the Republic shocked both the political caste and larger layers of society. The two candidates for parties of the current government (a social democrat-conservative “grand” coalition) together won just 23%, a huge fall when we consider that previously the combined vote for these parties had always been 80-90%. Politics in Austria is now entering a critical stage.


Britain: Blairites stoop to allegations of anti-Semitism to attack Corbyn

Written by Rob Sewell Friday, 29 April 2016

john-mann CCJust a few days before the May elections, the Blairites in the Labour Party have stepped up their war against Jeremy Corbyn, using the slur of “anti-Semitism” to further their aims. By doing so, they are hell-bent on creating a “crisis” within the Party.


Britain: Support strong for junior doctors as the struggle escalates

Written by Socialist Appeal - Britain Thursday, 28 April 2016

no-more-austerity credit-socialist-appealOn Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, junior doctors in England came out on strike once again in defence of their terms and conditions, and in a struggle to save the wider NHS from Tory cuts, attacks, and threats of privatisation.


The Myth of Social Europe

Written by Josh Holroyd Wednesday, 27 April 2016

social-europe thumb-only-getty-imagesAmidst a chorus of frenzied calls to “get off the fence on Europe”, and under immense pressure from the Labour right-wing to make a positive case for the EU, Jeremy Corbyn made a highly publicised speech on Thursday 15th April in which he set out his case for remaining.


The delusions of Brexit

Written by Daniel Morley Wednesday, 27 April 2016

brexit credit-speedpropertybuyersdotcodotukThe past couple of weeks have seen an intensification of the civil war inside the Tory Party, as rabid reactionary Eurosceptic MPs savage their pro-EU colleagues. Daniel Morley looks at the nationalist delusions of the Brexit camp in the Tories and UKIP, and highlights the limitations of the arguments of left-wing Leave campaigners.


Book review: Varoufakis complains that Capitalism didn't listen to him!

Written by Josh Holroyd Tuesday, 26 April 2016

thumb-varoufakis-book credit-yanisvaroufakisdoteu copyIn his latest book, And The Weak Suffer What They Must?, Yanis Varoufakis (“the most interesting man in the world” according to Business Insider) offers a potted history of post-war global finance, the rise of the euro, and its spectacular fall, along with his own prognosis and solution for the interminable crisis of European capitalism.


Britain on the brink - part three

Written by Socialist Appeal - Britain Monday, 25 April 2016

DodgyDaveWe publish here part three of a document produced by the British Marxists of Socialist Appeal. The document analyses the contradictions which are building up and which will inevitably lead to social explosions in the future. 


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