National Sections of the L5I:

Britain

Britain student fury as Tories tremble

Images of students occupying the Headquaters of the Conservative party in London were beamed around the world as fury of cuts to education and increased tuition fees spilt out onto the streets Read more...

Workers Power Britain editorial: We need an autumn of action against Tory cuts

Editorial from Workers Power Britain on the need to organise resistance to the coalition government cuts Read more...

Finance capital unleashed: British imperialism today

Keith Spencer makes a case-study analysis of a 'Great Power' that was at the centre of the global financial whirlwind: Britain Read more...

British army tortures Afghan citizens on daily basis

Afghani prisoners are brutally tortured by British troops and the Afghan secret police on a daily basis, a new court case has revealed. Read more...

British General Election 2010: Workers vote Labour to stop Tories – Lib Dems rush into Tory talks

• No to all cuts coalitions!
• For a workers’ united front against the cuts!

The big story of the 2010 General Election is that millions of working class people voted for Labour to keep the Tories out. They succeeded in denying the Tories a majority – but they may not have stopped them from forming a government. Read more...

Anticapitalist-Workers Power standing in British General Election

Jeremy DrinkallAnticapitalist - Workers Power candidate in South London fighting for defence of public services and for a new party Read more...

Socialist Workers Party Left Platform resigns: now get to the root of the matter

The resignation from the Socialist Workers Party of 42 members of the Left Platform, including leading figures such as Lindsey German and John Rees, delivers an important opportunity for SWP and Left Platform members alike to reconsider critical elements of their political tradition. Richard Brenner explains Read more...

Britain facing slow, painful economic recovery – massive cuts on way

Both Labour and the Tories are playing a game of smoke and mirrors with the electorate, covering up the huge cuts they will introduce in office argues Keith Spencer Read more...

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