The Socialist

The Socialist 3 March 2000

Stop Labour's pay as you learn con

STOP Labour's pay as you learn con

Bannister doubles vote

Kosova: One year after NATO's war

A real test for left Unity

Mass Protest movement in Austria against right-wing

The tireless Eleanor Marx

 
 

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The Socialist 3 March 2000, Stop Labour's pay as you learn con

spotSTOP Labour's pay as you learn con

ACCESS TO university will become even harder for working-class students if new plans to hike up tuition fees materialise...


spotBannister doubles vote

ROGER BANNISTER, Socialist Party member and Campaign for a Fighting and Democratic UNISON (CFDU) candidate, has achieved a marvellous result in the UNISON general secretary election, writes Bill Mullins reports.


spotKosova: One year after NATO's war

Why did NATO go to war?: LAST MARCH, NATO embarked on a 79-day war against the Serbian regime of Slobodan Milosevic. The Western media, with few exceptions, acted as enthusiastic cheerleaders. Even some on the Left shamefully...


spotA real test for left Unity

London Assembly elections: A statement by the Socialist Party: LABOUR'S SELECTION ballot for its London mayoral candidate shows growing opposition to Blair's openly capitalist party...


spotMass Protest movement in Austria against right-wing

SONJA GRUSCH of the Sozialistische LinksPartei (SLP), Austrian section of the Committee for a Workers International (CWI) - the socialist international organisation to which the Socialist Party is affiliated) reports on the massive school students strike and demos against Austria's new right-wing c...


spotThe tireless Eleanor Marx

International Women's Day: 8 March: WILL THORNE of the Gasworkers' Union, writing in 1925 about Eleanor Marx's suicide on 31 March 1898 said: "But for this tragedy, I believe Eleanor would have still been living and would have been a greater women's leader than the greatest of contemporary women", writes Katrine Williams.