Australia saw yet another change of prime minister in late August. After a week of high drama, the Liberal Party booted put prime minister Malcolm Turnbull from office and installed Scott Morrison in a 'party room' vote.


The dispute within the left of Britain's largest civil service union raises key issues for the whole labour movement. Above all, the need for democratic, lay-member control of fighting trade unions. HANNAH SELL and ROB WILLIAMS explain the background to the current situation in the September issue of Socialism Today.


■ Despite government-backed incitement, tens of thousands of Jews and Arabs march in the center of Tel Aviv to protest against the new law 
■ The accusation of a 'Palestinian flag scandal' is part of a hostile spin 
■ Continue to promote a broad struggle against the government 

• Rabin Square was filled again, this time as part of the 'Druze rally' against the Nationality Law

• This was another blow to the government, despite the fact that the organisers also promoted right-wing messages, weakening the struggle

• A broad front is needed

• Another demonstration against the Nationality...


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