Strategy & Tactics

Organise the Left for London council campaigns

WITH COUNCIL elections looming in London, the Tory press is full of increasingly worried articles about a Labour landslide. Pollsters are predicting a big …

Labour Party Democracy Review – where to begin?

LABOUR’S DEMOCRACY review, led by Katy Clark, is an important opportunity for members to demand the opening up of the party to greater, meaningful …

RF No. 17 Editorial: Getting serious about taking power

Labour needs to become a genuine social movement to make an election victory the launchpad for a real struggle for

15 years since Stop the War failed to stop the invasion of Iraq

The increase in militarist rhetoric and inter-imperialist tensions makes it a good time to reconsider the lessons of Britain's biggest antiwar

Royal Mail wins strike ban injunction

By A CWU Rep ROYAL MAIL bosses using the courts to get our strike declared “unlawful” and force us into “mediation” is a dishonest delaying tactic …

Spain: after the nationalist debacle, unite the working class

ON OCTOBER 27, the Catalan Parliament declared independence by 70 to 10, with 55 abstentions. The Spanish state responded by removing the Catalan First …

Internationalism: Labour’s missing link

Labour’s subservience to imperialism is the price it pays for ruling the capitalists'

Red Flag No. 15 Editorial – September 2017

By KD Tait LABOUR have been consistently ahead of the Tories in the polls since the summer. This Autumn is a chance for the whole labour movement to take the …

Venezuela: a new strategy needed

THE CONVOCATION of a new Constituent Assembly has opened the latest, and possibly decisive, chapter in Venezuela’s political crisis. President Nicolas Maduro …

Brexit and Britain’s political crisis

The period since the 2015 general election has been a roller coaster ride for Britain’s political parties, with all of them forced to ditch their incumbent …