The Socialist

The Socialist 17 September 2014

After Scotland vote: Step up fight against Tories

The Socialist issue 825

Step up fight against Tories

"Britain will never be the same again"

Campaigning for a YES vote


Keep hospital services in the NHS

Them & Us


10 NOW!

Students: fight to end austerity and capitalism


Inequality and fightback in the United States

Oppose the TTIP agreement

Climate change: "We're running out of time"


London bus drivers march for decent pay

TUC congress: Reject Carney's 'equality of sacrifice'

Ritzy cinema workers win 26% pay rise

Lambeth College


The Socialist: a tool for workplace organisers

Fighting for fair fares

Socialist Party campaigning news


Film review: Pride - How solidarity overcame prejudice

We're Not Going Back

Bradford benefits under attack

Why I'm a socialist


Ian Paisley: Peacemaker or warmonger?

 
 
 
 

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The Socialist 17 September 2014, After Scotland vote: Step up fight against Tories

Scottish referendum

spotStep up fight against Tories

One of the mass protests in the campaign to defeat the bedroom tax in Scotland, photo Socialist Party Scotland

One of the mass protests in the campaign to defeat the bedroom tax in Scotland, photo Socialist Party Scotland

After Scotland vote: The Con-Dem government is teetering. Whatever the vote in Scotland, taking place as we go to press, the government has been damaged, writes Steve Score.

spot"Britain will never be the same again"

spotCampaigning for a YES vote

spotKeep hospital services in the NHS

People's March for NHS, photo Simon Elliott

People's March for NHS, photo Simon Elliott

The five board members in charge of Interserve, a private company which has taken charge of estates and facilities cleaning at three hospitals in Leicester, take home just under 3 million a year between them

spotThem & Us

spot10 NOW!

Fast Food Rights campaigners in Leeds on 28 August 2014, photo Erika Sykes

Fast Food Rights campaigners in Leeds on 28 August 2014, photo Erika Sykes

Workers' action to raise the minimum wage: Every day we are bombarded by new facts and figures showing that the cost of living has gone up across the country, writes Ellen White, Lambeth Socialist Party.

spotStudents: fight to end austerity and capitalism

spotInequality and fightback in the United States

Seattle $15 Now campaigners

Seattle $15 Now campaigners

A wave of strikes by fast food workers and the election of Kshama Sawant to Seattle city council are indicators of the change taking place in the US. Peter Taaffe reports on his recent visit.

spotOppose the TTIP agreement

spotClimate change: "We're running out of time"

spotLondon bus drivers march for decent pay

London bus drivers' pay campaign: Assembling for the demo, 11.9.14, photo Judy Beishon

London bus drivers' pay campaign: Assembling for the demo, 11.9.14, photo Judy Beishon

Surprised tourists saw our hundreds-strong demonstration come up to the Houses of Parliament from Victoria station

spotTUC congress: Reject Carney's 'equality of sacrifice'

spotRitzy cinema workers win 26% pay rise

spotLambeth College

spotThe Socialist: a tool for workplace organisers

Selling the Socialist on an NHS demo, photo Dave Carr

Selling the Socialist on an NHS demo, photo Dave Carr

The Socialist Party can be described as present and active in Peterborough delivery office. One of our most effective engagement tools is the Socialist, writes Carl Harper, Royal Mail worker.

spotFighting for fair fares

spotSocialist Party campaigning news

Socialist Party comments and reviews

spotFilm review: Pride - How solidarity overcame prejudice

A new film Pride, released 12 September, dramatises the founding of Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM) and shows the London group's work during the 1984-85 miners' strike

spotWe're Not Going Back

spotBradford benefits under attack

spotWhy I'm a socialist

Obituary

spotIan Paisley: Peacemaker or warmonger?

Iain Paisley in 1987, photo Dave Sinclair

Iain Paisley in 1987, photo Dave Sinclair

Obituary: How will hard line unionist Ian Paisley, who has died at the age of 88, be remembered?