Socialist Equality Party (Britain)
No compromise possible in UK post strike
By Socialist Equality Party (UK), 31 October 2009
Striking postal workers in Britain are involved in a fundamental political struggle, against not just Royal Mail but also the Labour government.
By Socialist Equality Party, 20 October 2009
Postal workers confront a coordinated campaign to defeat their strike in defence of jobs and conditions, drawn up and executed by Royal Mail and the Labour government.
By our reporter, 14 October 2009
On October 11 in London, the European sections of the International Committee of the Fourth International held a joint meeting on the lessons of WWII.
By Chris Marsden, 2 October 2009
The following remarks were given by Chris Marsden, national secretary of the Socialist Equality Party of Britain, at an election-eve rally held Saturday, September 26, in Berlin by the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (PSG—Socialist Equality Party) of Germany.
Seventy years on
Joint public meeting of the Socialist Equality Party, Britain and Germany
22 September 2009
World War II engulfed the entire European continent, pitting all of the continental powers in the bloodiest slaughter in world history.
By Tony Robson and Chris Marsden, 29 July 2009
This is the conclusion of a two-part series on an open letter issued by the Socialist Workers Party in Britain.
By Socialist Equality Party (Britain), 25 July 2009
The following leaflet is being distributed by the Socialist Equality Party (Britain) to Sunday’s march and rally in Kilmarnock against the announcement by Diageo, the world’s largest drinks manufacturer, that it is shedding 900 jobs across Scotland.
SEP public meeting
30 May 2009
The Socialist Equality Party will be holding a public meeting on Sunday, June 7, in Manchester, England.
9 May 2009
The International Students for Social Equality in Britain are holding a series of meetings to mark the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth.
By Socialist Equality Party (Britain), 27 March 2009
Saturday’s mass protest in London directed towards the G20 summit raises fundamental questions of political perspective.
By our correspondent, 3 March 2009
Jean Shaoul of the World Socialist Web Site recently addressed a series of meetings held by the International Students for Social Equality in Britain on the war in Gaza.
International Students for Social Equality meetings in Britain
5 February 2009
Jean Shaoul of the WSWS will speak at a series of meeting in Britain on an international socialist perspective for the Middle East and the Gaza crisis.
By Chris Marsden, 30 December 2008
Trotsky had argued that the very survival of British imperialism now rested not on the right-wing social democrats, but on the supposed lefts, without whom the right wing could not maintain its position in the labour movement.
By Chris Marsden, 27 December 2008
More than 80 years on, the May 1926 British General Strike remains a defining moment in the history of the workers’ movement. Its lessons are essential for the development of a revolutionary strategy, not just in Britain but the world over.
By our correspondent, 17 December 2008
Chris Talbot addressed an International Students for Social Equality (ISSE) meeting at the University of Manchester on December 11.
By Robert Stevens, 15 October 2008
Socialist Equality Party presidential candidate Jerry White addressed successful meetings this week in London and Manchester, England, and Glasgow, Scotland.
The perspective of the “peace movement”
By the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Germany), 20 September 2008
Demonstrations calling for the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan are taking place today in German, French and British cities. The Socialist Equality Party and the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit, the British and German sections of the International Committee of the Fourth International, support this demand. We call for the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of all troops from Afghanistan and Iraq.