The Socialist

The Socialist 22 April 2015

Stop NHS cuts!

The Socialist issue 853

Stop NHS cuts!

Election: Distorted effect of anger against austerity

Labour is facing electoral oblivion in Scotland

Fleeing refugees drown in 'Mediterranean cemetery'

Beyond the Pale - capitalism and the environment

Tories reassure tax avoiders

Them & Us


30 years ago: 250,000 school students walked out.


TUSC's election broadcast - "at last - a left wing alternative"

TUSC v broadcasters and banksters

York Central: 'A breath of fresh air'

Standing up for workers in Derby South

Election appeal update


Usdaw conference

Pay issues dominate at Unison Health conference

Kone engineers

CWU conference: We need a fighting trade union


Fast food workers hungry for justice

Housing crisis: We demand rent controls!

NUS women's conference


Dallas dreams or fracking nightmare?

Janner scandal: ruling class closes ranks

 
 
 
 

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In this issue:

The Socialist 22 April 2015, Stop NHS cuts!

spotStop NHS cuts!

Like a tiny plaster over a gaping wound, promises to improve the NHS made by the establishment parties are worthless

spotElection: Distorted effect of anger against austerity

spotLabour is facing electoral oblivion in Scotland

spotFleeing refugees drown in 'Mediterranean cemetery'

spotBeyond the Pale - capitalism and the environment

spotTories reassure tax avoiders

spotThem & Us

spot30 years ago: 250,000 school students walked out.

This month marks the 30th anniversary of the 1985 school student strikes. Militant, the predecessor of the Socialist Party, played a leading role in organising them

Elections 2015

spotTUSC's election broadcast - "at last - a left wing alternative"

On Friday 17 April the TUSC party political broadcast aired on all five terrestrial TV channels

spotTUSC v broadcasters and banksters

spotYork Central: 'A breath of fresh air'

spotStanding up for workers in Derby South

spotElection appeal update

"TUSC does what it says on the tin" - Bob Crow. The brilliant election broadcast made that clear to even more people

spotUsdaw conference

The past year has been a bruising one for retail and distribution workers. One supermarket company after another has faced a crisis while high street shop closures have failed to significantly slow, writes Stop the supermarket bosses' attacks on workers.

spotPay issues dominate at Unison Health conference

spotKone engineers

spotCWU conference: We need a fighting trade union

spotFast food workers hungry for justice

Low-paid workers around the planet took action on 15 April. The day of action protested against low pay and encouraged workers to organise to improve their lot

spotHousing crisis: We demand rent controls!

spotNUS women's conference

Now is a time when fighting back is becoming ever more important. But no mass organisations are willing to play the role of leaders. Socialist Students has to step up!

Readers' comments

spotDallas dreams or fracking nightmare?

Oil reserves have been discovered in the Horse Hill area around Gatwick airport. The chief executive of UK Oil and Gas Investments (UKOG) claimed there were up to 100 billion gallons of oil

spotJanner scandal: ruling class closes ranks