The Socialist

The Socialist 22 October 2014

Priced out? Strike Back!

The Socialist issue 830

Priced out? Strike back!

100,000 march against cuts and for a wage rise

The unions' pay battle must continue


50 years of socialist ideas and workers' struggle

Where's our recovery?

Socialist change to halt climate change

A Freudian slip?

Undercover cops report - a whitewash

Them & Us


Ebola outbreak: one face of austerity

International day of action for abortion rights in Ireland


PCS members again show anti-austerity determination

"No Raise - No Rays!" - say radiographers

POA hospital workers join public sector strike wave

St Mungo's Broadway strikers stage 19 pickets

Care UK strikers lobby Miliband for public support

Sheffield green workers' unofficial walkout

WEA tutors' victory


Leicester council hits homeless hostel

Reckless Ukip circus

Anti-eviction success!

Save Bitterne walk-in centre!

Socialist Party "part of political landscape"


Local services suffer under Welsh Labour

Hedge fund owners will never blush

Private companies hold NHS to ransom

 
 
 
 

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The Socialist 22 October 2014, Priced out? Strike Back!

spotPriced out? Strike back!

100,000 marched for a pay rise and against austerity on 18 October 2014, photo Pete Mason

100,000 marched for a pay rise and against austerity on 18 October 2014, photo Pete Mason

Anger on the march against low pay: Workers need a pay rise. Even Alan Milburn apparently agrees. Britain is becoming 'permanently divided' into haves and have-nots, he warns

spot100,000 march against cuts and for a wage rise

spotThe unions' pay battle must continue

spot50 years of socialist ideas and workers' struggle

Campaigning for a general strike on the 20 October 2012 TUC demo, photo Senan

Campaigning for a general strike on the 20 October 2012 TUC demo, photo Senan

Anniversary of the first issue of Militant: When we started publishing Militant, the Socialist's predecessor, in October 1964, few of our political opponents expected that we would not only continue publication for 50 years, but become an important factor in subsequent battles of the labour movement

spotWhere's our recovery?

spotSocialist change to halt climate change

spotA Freudian slip?

spotUndercover cops report - a whitewash

spotThem & Us

spotEbola outbreak: one face of austerity

Health workers in Liberia have been on strike demanding better protection from Ebola virus and improved pay

Health workers in Liberia have been on strike demanding better protection from Ebola virus and improved pay

The World Health Organisation axed 300 of its 2,400 jobs in 2011. Cuts in governments' contributions slashed its budget by 20%. Its director-general, Margaret Chan, described "a new and enduring era of economic austerity"

spotInternational day of action for abortion rights in Ireland

spotPCS members again show anti-austerity determination

A PCS picket in Manchester, 15.10.14, photo Alex Davidson

A PCS picket in Manchester, 15.10.14, photo Alex Davidson

Civil servants in the PCS union were out on strike in force, part of the rolling programme of strikes planned for this week

spot"No Raise - No Rays!" - say radiographers

spotPOA hospital workers join public sector strike wave

spotSt Mungo's Broadway strikers stage 19 pickets

spotCare UK strikers lobby Miliband for public support

spotSheffield green workers' unofficial walkout

spotWEA tutors' victory

spotLeicester council hits homeless hostel

Protest against the council cuts budget, Leicester, February 2014, photo S Score

Protest against the council cuts budget, Leicester, February 2014, photo S Score

Wordsworth House, a Leicester homeless hostel which I was a resident of for just over a year, has lost its council funding and the right to house council homeless clients, writes Mark Gawthorpe, Leicester Socialist Party.

spotReckless Ukip circus

spotAnti-eviction success!

spotSave Bitterne walk-in centre!

spotSocialist Party "part of political landscape"

Readers' comments

spotLocal services suffer under Welsh Labour

A Cardiff Against the Cuts protest, photo Becky Davis

A Cardiff Against the Cuts protest, photo Becky Davis

In an article that would be attacked by our opponents as scaremongering if written by a Socialist Party Wales member, chief reporter for Wales Online, Martin Shipton, writes: "The local government settlement announced by the Welsh Government will mark the beginning of the end of council services"

spotHedge fund owners will never blush

spotPrivate companies hold NHS to ransom