In this issue:
The Socialist 25 March 2015, A voice for the 99%
A voice for the 99%
Read the Socialist - Join the Socialist Party: When people are losing their homes because of the bedroom tax, when 93,000 children are homeless, when parents in this country have gone without food so their children could have something to eat, when cuts and privatisation in the NHS threaten people's lives..
Defend the NHS
Osborne's total eclipse
Tory candidate attempted to divide community
Them & Us
Israel-Palestine: Likud election victory
New coalition will face chain of unresolved crises and bitter struggles: Likud, faced with a background of growing discontent and revulsion against its rule, strove to mobilise the most reactionary elements in society, particularly the far-right settlers' movement, to win elections.
Ireland: Mass protest against austerity charges
Reject the austerity lies
Reject austerity lies!, photo Paul Mattsson
Join the socialist fightback! The Socialist Party's central message in the 2015 elections is this: austerity is not necessary and there is an alternative - a socialist alternative
Inspired by Bob Crow to stand for TUSC
Fighting against the cuts for the most vulnerable
Attempt to exclude TUSC from Leicester hustings
Socialist Party election appeal 2015
Anti-blacklisting leader arrested at Hilton protest
Blacklist Support Group secretary Dave Smith was arrested at Hilton protest
Blacklist Support Group secretary Dave Smith was arrested on the peaceful protest of 40 construction workers and their supporters outside the Construction News Awards in the Hilton Hotel in central London's Park Lane
Lewisham: Marching against academies
Refuse workers strike against wages theft
Unite conference hears how zero-hours were beaten
Fighting racism, austerity and capitalism
TUSC prospective candidates on the national march against racism, photo Paul Mattsson
Black and Asian people are at the sharp end of austerity. There has been a 50% increase in long-term unemployment for young black people since 2010
Saving libraries: it's a page-turner!
TV review: Suffragettes Forever!
Katrine Williams of Cardiff Socialist Party reviews BBC TV's 'Suffragettes Forever! The Story of Women and Power'
How we defeated Thatcher's poll tax
Poll Tax protests in Scotland 1989, photo Steve Gardiner
25 years since the poll tax battle: The battle against the so-called 'poll tax' was one of the biggest movements of working people against a modern British government. Millions refused to pay; many millions more simply could not afford to pay