In this issue:
The Socialist 9 February 2001, Get Organised: Strike Back!
Get Organised: Strike Back!
Workers Show Their Strength: THIS WEEK tube workers brought London to a standstill and showed the power of organised labour. The courts, the press and London Underground management could not stop the first political strike against...
Coventry University expulsion threat
STUDENT ACTIVISTS at Coventry University have stepped up their campaign to stop the threatened expulsions of students who are not paying their tuition fees, writes Tim Lessells, Coventry University.
The case for socialist nationalisation
WITH ONE stroke of Corus chairman Brian Moffat's pen, over 12,000 workers will lose their livelihoods once the knock-on effects of last week's steel closures work their way through the local economy...
Solid Tube strike tells bosses - no sell off!
THE TUBE strike in London on 5 February was a massive step forward in our fight against tube privatisation, writes Bill Johnson, RMT member, London Underground.
Imagine - A socialist vision for the 21st Century?
HANNAH SELL reviews Imagine, a socialist vision for the 21st century by Alan McCombes and Tommy Sheridan...
Who's in charge at our hospitals?
THE REDFERN Report into the organ retention scandal at Alder Hey hospital, Liverpool, has had a huge impact, writes Andy Ford, MSF Blood Services Committee.
Gujurat earthquake - No 'natural' disaster
IN THE worst ever earthquake that India has seen in the last two centuries, Ahemadabad, Bhuj, Bhachau and the entire Kutch district have been devastated, writes Jagadish G Chandra, New Socialist Alternative, CWI - India..