Discussion & Debate

Silently goes jobs in South Wales

Len Arthur discovers a conspiracy of silence over job losses Read more »


RISE speaker addresses LU conference

Allan Armstrong, from RISE in Scotland, addressed the recent Left Unity conference Read more »


Lexit: digging the hole deeper

Neil Faulkner writes Read more »


After May, Labour and Left Unity

The Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn has succeeded in breaking the hold of the Conservatives on British politics, writes Ian Parker. Read more »


Onto the Streets: Get the Tories Out

Defying all expectations, the Labour Party has fought a dazzling election campaign and pulled off an extraordinary electoral triumph against the odds, writes Neil Faulkner. Read more »


Dealing with terrorism: we need a real alternative

Felicity Dowling argues for an alternative of justice and peace, based on mass involvement in the political process. The bombing, stabbing, and vehicle attacks perpetrated in London and Manchester, and wherever else they appear in the world, must be utterly condemned. The injured people have our huge sympathy. We share the pain of bereavement, the […] Read more »


Comments from a Toronto trade unionist about“NAFTA redux and on steroids”

Ernie Tate introduces some discussion on his recent piece about NAFTA Since the posting of my NAFTA item on the Left Unity website a couple of days ago, I’ve received an unusually high number of responses to it – all of them positive and mostly from Canadians –many from the various lists I’m on, and […] Read more »


The Tories, the General Election, and Neoliberalism’s Second Phase

Neil Faulkner ‘Ignorance never yet helped anyone.’ So raged Karl Marx as he leapt from his chair and thumped the table so hard that the lamp shook. The occasion was a meeting in Brussels in 1846 of the newly formed Communist Correspondence Committee – the tiny acorn from which, over the next 150 years, so […] Read more »


Syria missile attacks: Trump’s military adventurism under way

Phil Hearse on Trump’s attack on Syria The Assad government’s April 4 chemical weapon attack on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun, which killed more than 100 people, once again demonstrated the barbarism of that regime, responsible for countless deaths, sadistic torture and the destruction of much of the country. But it is unlikely that […] Read more »


Liminal: Working at the boundaries of the Labour Party

A discussion piece by Ian Parker from Socialist Resistance and Manchester Left Unity. The election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party was a significant event in Britain, changing the terrain of politics at a time when things were generally already shifting to the right. The Brexit result in the referendum and the […] Read more »



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Saturday 23 September
Social Housing not social cleansing: Demonstrate!

Stop HDV: 12.00 noon. Assemble Tottenham Green, (nearest tube Seven Sisters).

Sunday 1 October
Tories Out Demonstration

12 noon to 4pm, Castlefield Bowl, Manchester

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Friday 10th to Saturday 11th November
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