Turnbull’s budget has once again exposed him as ruling for corporations and the rich.
ASIC, bankers, CEOs—they’re all in it together; Turnbull to spend millions on Cook memorial; Contractors cost double public servants; Liberal says she can live on $40 a day; Blackmail charges against CFMEU officials dropped
Around 120,000 workers took over the streets of Melbourne on 9 May in an awesome display of working class power.
Workers at Esso in Gippsland, Victoria have been on the picket line for over 320 days.
The modest scope of changes Labor wants to make to workplace laws is starting to become clear. The party’s official draft platform, released in preparation for its national conference in July, shows what to expect.
Maintenance workers at Port Botany are coming up against the anti-union Fair Work Commission and anti-strike laws in their bargaining campaign.
The Coalition is handing out personal tax cuts in the hope of boosting their popularity. But their plan was quickly exposed as unfair.
NAPLAN does not have many friends left, but some of its critics just want more relentless testing. But NAPLAN must be replaced with greater time and respect for teachers, and fully funded public schools, rather than with more tests.
The Banking Royal Commission is showing the reality of capitalism. That is why the Turnbull government opposed it for so long.
The Turnbull government in so committed to coal power that it wants to extend the life of the decrepit Liddell power station.
Against all odds and despite blatant vote-rigging, the Barisan Nasional coalition which has ruled Malaysia since independence in 1957 was thrashed in the election on 9 May.
Around 200,000 people took part in demonstrations across France on 1 May as the battle continues against President Emmanuel Macron’s neo-liberal assault.
In 1871 workers took power in Paris. Their actions taught Karl Marx about the need to dismantle the existing state in order to bring about socialism writes Tom Fiebig
Eyewitness accounts of how the factory occupations began at Sud-Aviation, an aircraft factory in Nantes in western France and elsewhere.
May 1968 showed the power of the working class to take control of society—even in the rich countries of the West, argues Miro Sandev
On the anniversary of Karl Marx’s birth, Alex Callinicos looks at the lasting legacy of the great revolutionary
Large-scale rejections on Nauru have revealed the US resettlement deal to be a complete farce. Trump is blocking refugees with nationalities that make up around half of all the refugees on Manus and Nauru from resettlement.
Left-Wing Greens MP David Shoebridge win in the latest Greens NSW pre-selection battle is a welcome reprieve for the left of the NSW party, who have suffered a series of pre-selection defeats over the past two years.