What comes next? An optimistic view

by Rachel Lever So Jeremy wins by a landslide, demonstrating that he embodies and articulates a wind of change and a turn of the tide from Thatcherism and its Blairite progeny. Together with Sarah Champion and any others having second thoughts, he invites rebels to return. Their local JC-supporting parties are urged to say they’ll… Continue reading What comes next? An optimistic view

Bullying – A Zero Tolerance Review

by Martyn Richards @MartynRichards During the current election for the Leadership of the Labour Party there has been much discussion about bullying. Does it exist? Is it acceptable? If not what if anything can or should, be done. A “bully” according to the Oxford English Dictionary is someone who uses strength or influence to harm… Continue reading Bullying – A Zero Tolerance Review

Ban Driven Grouse Shooting: Where are the urban lefties?

By Mark Avery | @MarkAvery There can be no pastime more linked to the Tory establishment than driven grouse shooting where a line of people with shotguns wait for a line of people with flags and whistles to drive wild red grouse past them so that they can shoot at them as they fly over. There… Continue reading Ban Driven Grouse Shooting: Where are the urban lefties?

The vast majority of Leave voters will, in time, come to realise that who they truly support is Jeremy Corbyn

The referendum had nothing to do with party politics and even less to do with support or not of Jeremy Corbyn. Now the referendum has been decided, the issues Jeremy Corbyn may differ with some on are no longer issues which will decide as to whom people vote for or not.

Paris Manuscripts: Wages of Labour (Part 1)

Originally posted on jclarkpolecon:
Wages of Labour (Part 1): Taken from the first manuscript of the Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844, often referred to as the Paris Manuscripts. Here, Marx makes his first reference to aspects that became integral antecedants to the well known concepts of his later Political Economy and bear continued relevance…

I wonder how it feels to believe that immigration is the cause of societies problems?

by Rhyley Douglas Rhyley specialises in political and social psychology From the outside looking in; being a part of the ‘politically informed’, able to see that immigration isn’t the cause of the problems causing such anger, knowing that the likes of Nigel Farage and the ‘Vote Leave’ camp have abused and used immigration as a… Continue reading I wonder how it feels to believe that immigration is the cause of societies problems?

The time for European Working Class organisation is NOW

by Anonymous The European working classes must organise outside of the state NOW. Connections must be sought across the continent and beyond by all who believe in a socialist, stateless society, the absence of Britain from a capitalist regional trade agreement is of no real burden to this task. But first let us not be… Continue reading The time for European Working Class organisation is NOW