Tax Dodgers Inc. – The roll of dishonour

Tax Dodgers Inc. – The roll of dishonour

Prem Sikka targets the top dodgers whose unpaid tax exposes government hypocrisy   Since the 2010 election, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), led by Labour…

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Unions in election mode - Frances O'Grady

Unions in election mode – Frances O’Grady

In setting out the trade unions’ stall for the next government, in CHARTIST 274 Frances O’Grady is encouraged by Labour’s workplace manifesto As we count…

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Chartist AGM 2016

Chartist AGM 2016

A European Future? – July 9th, London   Our AGM comes amidst the aftermath of Britain’s EU Referendum. We have a selection of speakers to debate this…

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Chartist Advertising rates   200 per A4 page 300 back cover A4 page 125 per 1/2 p 75 per 1/4p 40 per 1/8p 25 per…

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Ann Pettifor on Labour’s vision deficit: 272

Ann Pettifor on Labour’s vision deficit: 272

Ann Pettifor questions Ed Miliband’s wisdom “There is no path to growth and prosperity for working people which does not tackle the deficit”. Ed Miliband,…

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#makeBallsrollpoll: results

#makeBallsrollpoll: results

The fire lit under Ballsian political economy by Chartist honchos Peter Kenyon and Andy Morton was fanned by the powerful gust of public opinion. The…

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TTIP, the EU and the Trade Betrayal

TTIP, the EU and the Trade Betrayal

The undemocratic assault from a global trade agenda is bearing poisonous fruit in the form of EU trade and procurement law argues Linda Kaucher The…

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Our History

Our History

Chartism emerged following the failure of the 1832 Reform Act that sought to extend the vote beyond the property owning class. In the 1970s, CHARTIST magazine was…

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About & Contact

About & Contact

CHARTIST is bi-monthly political magazine of the democratic left. In honouring the Chartists of the 19th century, our idea of democratic socialism is as much about…

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