Tag Archives: trade unions

“Which Way Forward for Labour?”

Opening speeches from the three speakers at our joint event with the Cambridge Universities Labour Club. Adam Booth, editor of the Socialist Appeal website, put forward the case that any attempt by left reformist leaders to attempt to create some form of “responsible capitalism” is doomed to failure, due to the inherent laws of an […]

“Where Is China Going?” – Daniel Morley Sums Up

Daniel Morley from Socialist Appeal sums up our meeting “Where Is China Going?”, touching on topics including: Possibility of revolutions in “Third World” countries, which have very underdeveloped means of production The need for revolutionary parties The role of trade unions Effects of the toppling of the Chinese regime, and how it would parallel Egypt […]