The workers have one of the essential tools for this—they have the vote. The capitalists fully recognise the importance of elections; that is why they at first opposed universal suffrage and why they now spend vast sums of money in hoodwinking the voters. The other essential tool — socialist understanding — is at present lacking.
But the answer is easy. The Labour Party is an organisation which stands for capitalism. When it gets power it runs capitalism in basically the same way as the Conservatives or any other party. The problems of capitalism — poverty and insecurity—are therefore bound to continue under a Labour government. The capitalist class has been dangling carrots of all shapes, sizes and descriptions in front of the workers’ noses for a century or more!