The Socialist

The Socialist 25 May 2016

Tories in crisis - we can get them out - vote to Leave the bosses' EU

The Socialist issue 903

Brazil: Fall of Rousseff unleashes offensive against working class

Venezuela - on the brink of collapse?

Austria - Hofer defeated, but far-right threat remains

Mass protests against regime take on Kazakhstan cops

Canada: fire devastates Fort McMurray


Tories forced back in junior doctors' dispute

'Socialist case against the EU' TUSC tour kicks off

Boris hid killer air report

Them & us

What we saw: 'I, Daniel Blake' and Hunt/'Thick of It' remix


EU referendum can bring the Tories down


Link the strikes - come to the NSSN conference

PCS BIS staff strike against office closure

Pennine Foods - Strikers persuade delivery lorries to turn away

Train conductors strike to keep their role

Workplace news in brief


Fight to win: join the Socialists!

We won't move! Mass resistance can defeat the Tories' housing act

Leicester drives out Britain First

Coventry sees off EDL

Campaigning for a people's plan for Waltham Forest

Chorley A&E battle


Greece crisis - please vote Leave

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Obituary: Jenny O'Sullivan (1988-2016)

 
 
 
 

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The Socialist 25 May 2016, Tories in crisis - we can get them out - vote to Leave the bosses' EU

spotBrazil: Fall of Rousseff unleashes offensive against working class

The impeachment process and historic crisis of the Workers' Party: Brazil is experiencing its deepest economic and social crisis. Alongside this, a massive political crisis has arisen.

spotVenezuela - on the brink of collapse?

spotAustria - Hofer defeated, but far-right threat remains

spotMass protests against regime take on Kazakhstan cops

spotCanada: fire devastates Fort McMurray

spotTories forced back in junior doctors' dispute

Junior doctors are discussing the offer extracted from Jeremy Hunt. The very fact that the Tories were forced back into talks was a victory and was down to the incredible, tenacious strike action taken by 50,000 junior doctors.

spot'Socialist case against the EU' TUSC tour kicks off

spotBoris hid killer air report

spotThem & us

spotWhat we saw: 'I, Daniel Blake' and Hunt/'Thick of It' remix

spotEU referendum can bring the Tories down

Editorial of the Socialist: Only an independent working class position can defeat the right. "As the debate on the EU referendum intensifies, so do the possibilities for a split in the Conservative Party."

spotLink the strikes - come to the NSSN conference

Every week sees more workers taking action - whether it is against their private sector employer or increasingly against what they see is a government that is weak and divided. The question is how do we bring these struggles together, to make a breakthrough against the bosses' offensive and the Tory cuts and their new anti-union laws?

spotPCS BIS staff strike against office closure

spotPennine Foods - Strikers persuade delivery lorries to turn away

spotTrain conductors strike to keep their role

spotWorkplace news in brief

spotFight to win: join the Socialists!

Where working class women and men defend their rights, it's where you'll find the Socialist Party. We bring solidarity and support - but the Socialist Party also aims to discuss a socialist strategy to end Tory austerity with campaigners.

spotWe won't move! Mass resistance can defeat the Tories' housing act

spotLeicester drives out Britain First

spotCoventry sees off EDL

spotCampaigning for a people's plan for Waltham Forest

spotChorley A&E battle

Socialist readers' comments and obituaries

spotGreece crisis - please vote Leave

Featured letter - EU referendum: Last summer my mum was on holiday on a Greek island and had the misfortune to be bitten by a poisonous snake. The doctors she spoke to hadn't been paid in six weeks. Patients relied on friends and family to wash, change and toilet them, as well as bring them water.

spotSocialist inbox

spotObituary: Jenny O'Sullivan (1988-2016)