The Socialist 1 July 2015
Reject EU austerity!
Osborne's budget cuts will devastate low-income households
The corporate welfare state
Them & Us
Severely disabled funding hit by Tories
Government reneges on rail modernisation pledge
Warrington TUSC councillor slams 'undemocratic' Labour administration
Solidarity with Greek workers! Reject EU austerity
Terrorist attacks: working class people pay the price
How to fight the anti-union laws
Ten years since the London 7/7 bombings
RMT plans transport shutdowns
Britain's biggest union to discuss leaving Labour
Escalate strikes to fight council's 90% sell-off
Scotland ferry 'lifeline' sell-off strike
Workplace news in brief
Pride: we need politics, not just a parade
£9,000 tuition fees legacy - debt and slave labour
Block Osborne's Billionaire Budget
Victory against disabled transport cuts in Derby
Victory for anti-fracking movement
Shirebrook: united campaign against danger of division
Why I joined
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The Socialist 1 July 2015, Reject EU austerity!
Socialist Party news and analysis
The Tory chancellor's budget of £12 billion extra welfare spending cuts will have a terrible impact on low-income households.
International socialist news and analysis
Events in Greece have thrown the entire eurozone into crisis and threaten its very existence. Workers in the beleaguered country must reject the austerity dictates of European money lenders.
Socialist Party features
Britain's anti-union laws, already among the most restrictive in Europe, are set to get even harsher. Trade unions must be ready to defy these laws - and to call a general strike in defence of any union punished for doing so.
Socialist Party workplace news
Transport union RMT prepared for London shutdowns and First Great Western railway strikes at its AGM on 21 to 26 June
Socialist Party reports and campaigns
Today's Pride, sponsored by Barclays, Boris Johnson, Asda etc. focuses on the commercial and personal, not the political. But what has big business ever done to fight homophobia?