In this issue:
The Socialist 28 January 2015, Austerity elite can be beaten
Syriza victory shows austerity elite can be beaten
Greek workers marching in Thessaloniki, photo Ged Travers
That's the message ringing out from Greece in the aftermath of the country's parliamentary elections on 25 January
Is the Green Party the answer?
Government welfare cuts: No to sanctions!
Tories and Labour refuse moratorium on fracking
Davos summit: 'The pitchforks are coming!'
Quantitative Easing: Socialism for the rich!
'Defenders of democracy' mourn despot's death
On 11 January Barack Obama and David Cameron, together with 40 other world leaders, marched arm-in-arm through Paris after the Charlie Hebdo events proclaiming the values of free speech and other democratic rights, writes Simon Carter.
Them & Us
Gearing up for largest anti-cuts election challenge yet
2015 TUSC conference, photo J Beishon
"Fantastic Day, Fantastic Conference, Fantastic People" tweeted Red Labour Hull councillor Dean Kirk on his way home from addressing the conference of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition
Election Appeal 2015
End the housing crisis
Social housing not social cleansing, photo Paul Mattsson
Housing. A basic human need, one of the requirements for human life. Yet in London tonight, over 6,000 will sleep rough. More than 60,000 children will be in temporary accommodation
Extra, extra! Socialist needs new sales!
Lib-Lab political bung scandal
Leicester marches for free education
Burns' Night a blazing success
Socialist Party comments and reviews
Book review: Unison bureaucracy unmasked
Defend the Four: protest against Unison witchhunt, 2009, photo Suzanne Beishon
I recently read Unison Bureaucracy Unmasked: The Defend the Four Story, a restrained account of a shameful episode in the history of Unison, writes Maurice Sheehan, Ex-staff member, Unison.
Why I joined the Socialist Party
Shapps' lies on housing
Inept waste site renationalised
Usdaw elections: 'We need a winning, fighting union'
Socialist Party member Amy Murphy is standing for president in the Usdaw shop workers' union elections, as well as for re-election as a Southern division executive council member
RMT forces DLR bosses back
NI Water workers' victory
Workplace news in brief