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Syriza fell in Greece because it gave in to the bosses demands for austerity

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Greece’s coalition government, led by the radical left party Syriza, has collapsed because it capitulated to bosses’ pressure to sign a new bailout agreement. This forced Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras to call a new election.

Mass demonstrations in Beirut against the regime

Up to 10,000 people demonstrated on the streets of Beirut, Lebanon last Saturday.


Black and white win by unity

It is ‘common sense’ that black people should organise separately to fight racism. But a socialist strategy of unity is more effective at winning change

Unison candidate John Burgess says, 'The Tories aim to smash us - let's take them on'

John Burgess, standing for leader of the public sector union Unison, spoke to Raymie Kiernan about how the vote could galvanise resistance to the Tories

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Racism is at the heart of football in Israel

Israel’s football team is mired in the country’s racist politics. People are right to call a boycott of matches in Wales, writes Nick Clark


How ‘age-old’ national identities were invented

The ideas of nationalism and borders have only developed with the growth of capitalism in the past 400 years, writes Dave Sherry

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