#KeepCorbyn: Labour civil war reaches fever pitch

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Written by Socialist Appeal - Britain Tuesday, 28 June 2016

HandsOffCorbynLogoThe Rubicon has been crossed. The die is cast. With their vote of no confidence against Jeremy Corbyn (by 172 votes to 40), the den of thieves that is the Parliamentary Labour Party have declared all-out war against the democratically elected leader and the vast majority of grassroots members. Tensions have reached breaking point. As the Financial Times, the reliable mouthpiece of the ruling class, correctly asserts, “having unsheathed the dagger, Labour MPs cannot now draw back.”

 

The Spanish elections: a poisoned chalice for the ruling class

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Written by Jorge Martín and Arturo Rodríguez Monday, 27 June 2016

Mariano Rajoy By European Peoples Party CC BY 2.0On June 26 Spaniards were called to the polls in an atmosphere of polarisation and expectation. These elections came after months of political stalemate, where no party was able to form a government. The polls predicted that the radical left coalition Unidos Podemos (UP) would do well, coming second, and that the parties of the establishment would take a serious hit.

 

Britain: Hands off Corbyn! Defeat the Blairite coup!

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Written by Socialist Appeal - Britain Monday, 27 June 2016

HandsOffCorbynLogoThe fat is on the fire. A right-wing coup is under way to oust Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader. This shabby coup, instigated by Labour's Tory Tendency, has been prepared a long time ago by those who never accepted his democratic election by an overwhelming majority. They are the Blairites: right-wing Tories who infiltrated the Labour Party to further their careers. They are indistinguishable from the Tories in their dress, manners, outlook and ideas.

   

Brexit vote sends shockwaves across European Establishment

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Written by Alan Woods Friday, 24 June 2016

BrexitCameronResigns - Socialist Appeal UKYesterday, 23rd of June 2016, the people of Britain made a momentous decision. After 40 years as part of the European Union they voted to turn their backs on it. This decision has immense consequences for the future of Britain, Europe and the world.

 

Macedonia – Dead end of liberal democracy

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Written by A. Atevik, D. Lutovski, A. Jovanchevski Friday, 24 June 2016

The events in Macedonia over the past 2 years have shown that the negotiations of political elites have no capacity to bear fruitful, real or reliable solutions to systemic problems that perpetually generate space for criminal and authoritarian practice.

   

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