Online meeting with Q&A: Labour antisemitism – a tale of capitulation

Tune in to our livestream on YouTube, Facebook or Twitter for a weekly public meeting. This week, following the sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey from the Labour shadow cabinet, we'll be looking at how allegations of antisemitism have been weaponised to purge Labour of its left wing. What is antisemitism? Why is it portrayed as beingContinue reading "Online meeting with Q&A: Labour antisemitism – a tale of capitulation"

Online meeting: Viva Cuba!

This celebration of the Cuban revolution marks the 67th anniversary of the attack on the Moncada Barracks, led by Fidel Castro, which was the spark that set off the Cuban revolution.

Online meeting with Q&A: The economics of capitalism: who are the working class?

Tune in to our livestream on YouTube, Facebook or Twitter for a weekly public meeting. This week: The economics of capitalism: who are the working class? Where did the modern working class come from? What makes someone a 'worker'? Why is it that some people work for a living and others don't? Are you 'middleContinue reading "Online meeting with Q&A: The economics of capitalism: who are the working class?"

Online meeting with Q&A: The economics of capitalism: free market or monopoly?

Tune in to our livestream on YouTube, Facebook or Twitter for a weekly public meeting. This week: The economics of capitalism: free market or monopoly? We hear a lot about the importance of a 'free market', but how is 'free trade' impacted by the development of large corporations? Is it possible for enterprises to competeContinue reading "Online meeting with Q&A: The economics of capitalism: free market or monopoly?"