The bogus comparison between union donations and the Tory peer's millions.
The defeats of the Eighties mean nothing to today's young activists, who are not afraid to try strik
The workers are getting restless. Last year, for the second time in five years, more than a million days were lost to strikes. Why?
An unreported war is being waged by the US to restore power to the privileged.
As part of our focus on the labour movement and May Day, Daniel Trilling looks at the way movies hav
<strong>Taken from The <em>New Statesman</em> 22 April 1988</strong>
Why teachers may be wrong about this class issue
In a country where strikes are illegal, a new Chinese labour movement is finding its voice
We need massive devolution of power to reverse the centralising excesses of Thatcher, Blair and Brow