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Ex-Communist leader ‘doing what he loved’
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BEN CHACKO hears Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador outline his left-wing Morena party’s plans to transform his country
Without having received a single vote, Temer’s regime is hurting millions, writes CHRIS WILLIAMSON
Ian Hodson says occupying McDonald's outlets could become necessary
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Labour's John McDonnell hails workers demanding proper pay and contracts as "an inspiration"
Ukraine's Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko speaks to Ben Chacko about the Institute of National Memory and the wave of destruction engulfing his country
An open letter on the crisis facing the people of Gaza
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IT IS easy to mock the embarrassing efforts of Activate, the “independent national grassroots campaigning organisation” aiming to win back the nation’s youth for the Conservatives.Its initial tweet, a meme of a Star Wars character from 1983’s Return of the Jedi warning the young not to trust Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, has been howled down for feeling the
Labour finally offers hope, leader tells rally
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DEREGULATION and privatisation are to blame for the Grenfell Tower inferno and justice must be served for the victims and survivors, Diane Abbott said at the Labour conference yesterday.
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DISABILITY campaigners in the north of England are raising money to help local communities bracing themselves for the government’s latest benefits overhaul.
Ahead of the rollout of…
SOUTH AFRICAN communists slammed plans to lay off more than 2,000 mine workers yesterday.
Impala Platinum told the government last week that it plans to cut 2,126 jobs at its Rustenburg…
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NORTH KOREA organised a huge anti-US rally in Pyongyang at the weekend as the two countries continued slinging mud at each other.
The dynastic regime gathered people in Kim Il Sung Square…
Turkey urged to do more to stop killings of Syrian opposition
JEREMY CORBYN is right to resist the blandishments of pro-EU Labour members to back the pipe-dream of Britain remaining inside the internal market and customs union after leaving the EU.
DIRECT action against the import of Volkswagen diesel cars by Greenpeace activists yesterday showed a decisiveness that has been entirely lacking from the British government — both in…
UNITE’S resounding High Court victory should compel Labour-led Birmingham City Council to put an end to residents’ misery by negotiating fairly with the refuse workers’ union.
PAULINE BRYAN reviews Neil Findlay’s book on his leadership bid for the Scottish Labour Party and the independence referendum
DAVE SMITH asks if anyone believes the anti-democratic political policing units will be impartial when Labour wins the next election
The Establishment is doing its best to ensure none of the undercover cops are held to account, writes HELEN STEEL
Brighton hold on at home to claim victory against Benitez’s men
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2 Sheffield Wednesday 4 Sheffield United
SHEFFIELD UNITED gave their boss Chris Wilder the perfect 50th birthday present as they emphatically dismissed rivals Sheffield…
Still no joy for Roy as Hodgson’s men lose third league game in a row
The foundations for a progressive society were laid after the second world war and we should draw inspiration from that period now, says HARRY LESLIE SMITH in this conclusion to his new book Don’t
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EARLIER this summer, independent publisher SelfMadeHero put out a call for submissions. Comic book artists and writers were given four weeks to create a comic of up to three pages on the subject of…
Globe Theatre, Bankside, London SE1
IT IS with a defiant beat of a drum that we are flung from our seats…