Premier Andrew’s energy announcement is a nod to the failures of privatisation the energy sector and the growing pressure to speed up the transition
The rising cost of living and the strain on public services mean Labor must junk its support for the Coalition's stage 3 tax cut policy,
NSW Socialist Alliance resolution on corruption
Climate tipping points are being passed and the Coalition government, Labor and the Greens are failing to come up with an adequate plan to meet this existential challenge.
Aged care homes need to be nationalised now to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and to give residents their health, safety and dignity back.
Several days before Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg waxed lyrical about the good old days of early neoliberalism under Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher, the Australian Council of Trade Unions launched its under-reported National Economic Reconstruction plan.
We are calling on unions to campaign around the following 10-point plan to ensure that any lifting of restrictions protects lives and livelihoods and not just a return to business as usual
Far from being too radical, Labor’s shift to the left was too little too late, incomplete and sometimes more rhetoric than substance.
While the NSW Coalition government can spend billions of dollars on rebuilding football stadiums, it says it cannot build 40,000 new public homes to house homeless people.
This is cruel and wrong. Having a certain proportion of the community go without a stable roof over their heads is a visual reminder to housed workers that their situation is precarious, and that they should be “grateful”.
After Commissioner Kenneth Hayne released the banking royal commission’s interim report in September, many of the headlines and takeaway quotes focused on its claim that banks “put profits before people”.
However, any socialist, and probably most people, responded to this by saying: “No shit, Sherlock!”
Socialist Alliance is calling on all Labor and crossbench MPs in the Senate to join with the Greens to vote down the TPP.