The Socialist

The Socialist 10 February 2016

Fight council cuts!

The Socialist issue 888

Fight council cuts!

Tories bankrupting NHS

Defiant mood as junior doctors demonstrate

Lawyers defeat Tories' unjust legal aid cuts

Cushy government job for Amazon boss

'Pro-rape' anti-feminist Roosh V humiliated

Liverpool fans walk out against ticket price hikes

Them & Us


Mental health: system in crisis

Mental health: My battle for the help I needed


Cameron's EU renegotiation charade

Don't give money to Ukip and Tory EU campaigners!


Lack of strategy and exclusions threaten Momentum

Birmingham: socialists kicked out of Momentum

Labour right wing blocks call to debate budget cuts


No-cuts strategy needed to save 25,000 council jobs

Big victory at Small Heath School against academy attack

Cuts to premiums mean no 'rise' in store for Tesco workers

Leicester taxi dispute: Labour's rank hypocrisy

Local government union backs no-cuts council budgets

South London: Library workers strike to save services

Continued action in crane drivers' pay dispute

Workplace news in brief


Portsmouth: support for anti-austerity stand

Leeds meeting expresses Corbyn and McDonnell's contradictions

Socialist Party members inspired by conference

Torbay: "A tale of two towns"

Anger against plans to close Bradford libraries

NHS campaign gains support


Sanders' socialist message rattling the establishment

US elections: Clinton coins it

International news in brief

 
 
 
 

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In this issue:

The Socialist 10 February 2016, Fight council cuts!

spotFight council cuts!

There is nothing left to cut. Even Tory council leaders don't know where they'll find the government's latest 'savings'!

spotTories bankrupting NHS

spotDefiant mood as junior doctors demonstrate

spotLawyers defeat Tories' unjust legal aid cuts

spotCushy government job for Amazon boss

spot'Pro-rape' anti-feminist Roosh V humiliated

spotLiverpool fans walk out against ticket price hikes

spotThem & Us

Socialist Party feature

spotMental health: system in crisis

Mental health services are being cut to the bone and patients are dying as a result. There has been a 20% spike in deaths in mental health care in the last year.

spotMental health: My battle for the help I needed

spotCameron's EU renegotiation charade

The Socialist Party opposes the EU, Cameron's deal included, in order to defend working class interests and take forward the fight for socialism, in Britain and Europe.

spotDon't give money to Ukip and Tory EU campaigners!

spotLack of strategy and exclusions threaten Momentum

On Saturday 6 February Momentum organised its first national committee. The response of John McTernan, former Blairite advisor, was: "It's war." Well, if it is a war, and it is, then Momentum is unfortunately setting itself up for defeat.

spotBirmingham: socialists kicked out of Momentum

spotLabour right wing blocks call to debate budget cuts

spotNo-cuts strategy needed to save 25,000 council jobs

The GMB union has revealed that there are over 25,000 redundancies in the offing at 52 English, Scottish and Welsh councils.

spotBig victory at Small Heath School against academy attack

The third week of strike action in the Small Heath School dispute in Birmingham due to run from 2 to 4 February was called off after the sponsors of the proposed academy withdrew their interest on 29 January.

spotCuts to premiums mean no 'rise' in store for Tesco workers

spotLeicester taxi dispute: Labour's rank hypocrisy

spotLocal government union backs no-cuts council budgets

spotSouth London: Library workers strike to save services

spotContinued action in crane drivers' pay dispute

spotWorkplace news in brief

spotPortsmouth: support for anti-austerity stand

On 28 January Portsmouth TUSC organised a public meeting on how to oppose the city council's cuts by putting forward an alternative no-cuts budget.

spotLeeds meeting expresses Corbyn and McDonnell's contradictions

spotSocialist Party members inspired by conference

spotTorbay: "A tale of two towns"

Torbay may be the English Riviera for the well-heeled, but for many working people it is a place of poverty, insecurity and low wages.

spotAnger against plans to close Bradford libraries

spotNHS campaign gains support

spotSanders' socialist message rattling the establishment

US elections: The opening US presidential primaries showed support for 'non-establishment' candidates in both the Republican and Democratic Party caucuses

spotUS elections: Clinton coins it

spotInternational news in brief