The Socialist

The Socialist 26 May 2000

Fight the fees

Students occupy to stop expulsions: Fight the fees

The Battle against Right wing bigotry

Is this the nuclear industry's dying days?

Lenin's lasting legacy

Movement grows of workers and students in Brazil

 
 

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The Socialist 26 May 2000, Fight the fees

spotStudents occupy to stop expulsions: Fight the fees

MOST UNIVERSITY students can't afford to pay tuition fees - and many are not doing so. But more and more universities are taking severe action against them, writes Paul Hunt, Coventry University.


spotThe Battle against Right wing bigotry

THE PRIVATE referendum currently taking place in Scotland on Clause 28 may turn out to be the last throw of the ill-fated 'Keep The Clause' campaign led by Brian Souter, the anti-gay and right-wing Christian boss of Stagecoach, writes Lionel Wright.


spotIs this the nuclear industry's dying days?

Nuclear power - child of the nuclear arms race.: LAST SEPTEMBER British Nuclear Fuels' (BNFL's) reprocessing plant at Sellafield, Cumbria was hit by a major scandal...


spotLenin's lasting legacy

Review: Lenin: A biography by Robert Service. Published by Macmillan, and reviewed by MARK WAINWRIGHT...


spotMovement grows of workers and students in Brazil

IN BRAZIL there has recently been an upsurge in public-sector strikes in the education sector affecting universities and secondary schools, including the University of São Paulo (USP) the country's largest university...