A in-person and online dayschool (27 November 2021) on the politics of rebuilding a workers’ movement which fights for a world based on solidarity, real democracy and equality.
Sometimes workers and unions have to strike at times we would not have chosen. But right now is a time when the chances of winning strikes are better than usual.
The labour movement should stand against the far-right's agitation against Covid restrictions.
At least thirteen people trapped on the Belarus-Poland border have died, the most recent a one-year-old child.
Indian working-class activist Nodeep Kaur spoke to us a few days before the farmers' struggle she has done so much to champion triumphed.
Thousands of midwives, birth workers and supporters protested across the country on 21 November. This was a workers' protest - but not organised through the labour movement.
London Underground management are intent on destroying work-life balance and bumping up dangerous, fatigue-inducing shift patterns in order to save themselves some cash.
Joe Biden's proposals for increasing social spending are getting whittled down ever further. Meanwhile the US Congress has passed a huge military budget.
Goldsmiths university workers fight against mass redundancies and neo-liberal restructuring is off to a flying start, and pushing management back.
Over the last ten years Workers’ Liberty school workers have been at the forefront of pushing the debate about testing in schools in the National Union of Teachers and then the National Education Union.
Articles on left antisemitism.
The story of a year of European revolutionary action.
Socialism - a society based on solidarity - is back on the agenda.…
Max Shachtman's classic polemic.
An update on our fund drive.
In November 2018, the longtime Irish-based Trotskyist Rayner Lysaght…
The disaster in Afghanistan makes it even more urgent for the left…
A long-read discussion of Afghanistan's history and the unexpected…
Does Workers' Liberty ignore the role of imperialism in the rise of…
Reflections in a jaundiced eye: the history of British Trotskyism to…
What should socialist environmentalists say about "geoengineering":…
Clive Bradley reviews "The Dawn of Everything: a new history of…
The Gate Gourmet struggle against casualisation and union-busting,…
The pandemic and social inequality are worsening each other. To…
20 August 2021 is the 45th anniversary of the start of one of the…
Our job is to build a politically independent working-class party, using the footholds provided by liberalism.
Robert Fine, who died on 9 June 2018, was a socialist writer unafraid to stand up to much of the left’s received wisdom on the questions
Labor Action May Day Special from 1957 on the revolutions in Eastern Europe.
In the early 1960s the anti-Stalinist revolutionary left all rejected the anti-EU line; why the shift?
For three weeks in May and June 1989, the Chinese government lost control of a large part of Beijing.
Audio versions of various Workers' Liberty publications, some debates, and more.
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Tubeworker and Off The Rails — two rank-and-file bulletins published by Workers' Li
Watch videos giving socialist commentary on the Covid-19 crisis: a playlist.
Intro speeches — Video and audio — from 15 December on "After the US election, which way for the left?" by Ruth Cashman; Thomas Harrison,
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