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Preaching to the Choir - Jeremy Corbyn in Highbury Fields

The few hundred people who gathered in Highbury Fields to hear Jeremy Corbyn speak yesterday evening carried many banners and placards. Both the Socialist Party and Socialist Workers Party were well represented; Momentum – Corbyn’s personal shock troops – clustered around the old fire engine that served as a stage; one man waved a UNISON flag. 452 more words

Jeremy Corbyn

Towards a Revolutionary Party in Ireland?

A friend sent me a link to an article he thought was dreadful saying it might be worth me replying to.  By coincidence I had looked at the site on Sunday to see the latest on what the Socialist Workers Party was saying and thought I would read one of the articles.  1,505 more words

The Left

Martin Smith, SWP: look back with Bolus

Back in the days when Martin Smith of the Socialist Workers Party was just a mildly creepy arsehole who shouted at people with a megaphone, Vivian Bolus was rudely interrupted by Mr Smith and upbraided for his choice in jazz music. 40 more words

"How Sanders Made Clinton’s Win Illegitimate": Simple Math, Clinton Has Been Inevitable Democratic Nominee Since April

OK, so the fix is in. In one sense, it’s too bad the Associated Press and the TV networks called the Democratic race for Hillary Clinton before New Jersey, California and four smaller states voted on June 7. 802 more words

Conservatives

California Primary Election, Part 1

California

A quick note: California’s primary features all candidates of all parties on the same ballot.  The top two winners will go on to the general election, regardless of party.   19,555 more words

Politics

Kent socialist activists target removal of £9,000 tuition fee cap

Tuition fees are set to soar as top-performing universities will be able to raise fees above the current £9,000 threshold from next year.

Under major higher education reforms announced earlier this month, universities which show they provide high quality teaching will be able to increase their fees every year — with no upper limit. 25 more words

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