The Socialist

The Socialist 10 December 2014

No return to the 1930s

The Socialist issue 837

Osborne's savage cuts: No return to the 1930s!

Reject the lie that is austerity

Europe: a new wave of workers' struggle has begun

Save our NHS

Tenants can resist Scrooge landlords

Climate change: Sacrificing the future

Them & Us


Uprising against police violence in the US


London bus drivers: Same job - we want the same pay!

1,000 firefighters march to defend Ricky Matthews

Students join Lambeth walkout

Sharpak Yate packaging strike

Rail franchise jobs: TUPE or not TUPE?


We have a world to win!

Socialist Students: fight for free education

Election appeal: finding cash to fight the cuts

Campaign news in brief


The 1914 Christmas truce

Mockingjay: Part One

Broadband giants' expensive battle

Quiz 2014

 
 
 
 

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In this issue:

The Socialist 10 December 2014, No return to the 1930s

spotOsborne's savage cuts: No return to the 1930s!

Stop the cuts!

Stop the cuts!

The Tories plan to send us back to the 1930s. The Office for Budget Responsibility said public spending levels will be thrown back 80 years if Osborne's Autumn Statement plans are implemented

spotReject the lie that is austerity

spotEurope: a new wave of workers' struggle has begun

Once again workers are in revolt against "elderly and haggard" European capitalism - as the Pope accurately described it

spotSave our NHS

spotTenants can resist Scrooge landlords

spotClimate change: Sacrificing the future

spotThem & Us

spotUprising against police violence in the US

"I can't breathe": Protests against police racism and violence are continuing across the US

spotLondon bus drivers: Same job - we want the same pay!

London bus drivers demonstrating for sector wide pay rates, 11.09.14, photo Paul Mattsson

London bus drivers demonstrating for sector wide pay rates, 11.09.14, photo Paul Mattsson

London bus drivers in the Unite union are now being balloted for strike action for equal pay rates across the capital following a 96% 'yes' vote in a consultative survey

spot1,000 firefighters march to defend Ricky Matthews

spotStudents join Lambeth walkout

spotSharpak Yate packaging strike

spotRail franchise jobs: TUPE or not TUPE?

spotWe have a world to win!

We are the 99%, photo Paul Mattsson

We are the 99%, photo Paul Mattsson

Get ready for 2015 - join the socialists: When a BBC editor referenced George Orwell's Road to Wigan Pier in his analysis of the Con-Dems' Autumn Budget Statement he earned the wrath of Chancellor George Osborne

spotSocialist Students: fight for free education

spotElection appeal: finding cash to fight the cuts

spotCampaign news in brief

Socialist Party comments and reviews

spotThe 1914 Christmas truce

100 year anniversary: "Here we were laughing and chatting to men who, only hours before, we were trying to kill!" These words from an astonished British soldier in World War One (WW1) sum up the incredible story of the 1914 Christmas truce

spotMockingjay: Part One

spotBroadband giants' expensive battle

spotQuiz 2014