James McLelland looks back at the history of public transport in Britain and argues why it needs to be re-nationalised
Peter Stoddart reflects on the legacy of the Iraq War protests and draws parallels with the current imperialist war in Ukraine
This article is the first in a series on working-class women, highlighting the work and organising women across the world perform to alleviate hardships on their communities. This instalment features Mona, who works in her spare time distributing food to the poorest people of Ohio, USA. Mona explains the concept of food deserts, how they are not a problem of scarcity and poverty, but in fact manufactured by the US’ post-industrial city designs, which left some communities with inadequate food access
“This ruling class offensive demands a working class counter attack, more determined, coordinated and effective than our generation has ever known”, writes YCL General Secretary Johnnie Hunter
Nathan Hennebry examines a 1951 report written by a delegation of Scottish trade unionists who travelled to Ukraine to learn about life as a worker under socialism
From the picket lines at Strathclyde University, Jay Sutherland reports on the heroic struggle of the striking staff, and the embarrassing student union undermining them.
“We must connect with our international sisters in the fight for peace, because where there is war, there is rape. We must develop our praxis continuously to build a universality of Marxist feminism for cultures and experiences across the world.”
Howard Green takes another look at the continual strike action in the UK, and analyses at how the public may feel