The Socialist

The Socialist 20 April 2001

Fight The Job Cuts Avalanche

Fight The Job Cuts Avalanche

Socialist Councillors Force Climbdown On Childcare Charges

New Labour's menacing Zero Tolerance

Huddersfield: Growing anger at racism

Review: Preaching revolution or rhetoric?

Cuba At A Crossroads

Socialist Party fight right-wing smear campaign

Reinstate Martin Warsama

NUT conference For real unity through action

 
 

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The Socialist 20 April 2001, Fight The Job Cuts Avalanche

spotFight The Job Cuts Avalanche

FOLLOWING THE pattern of closures and job losses across Britain, Scottish electronics has been faced with a series of blows in the last fortnight, writes Harvey Duke, Scottish Socialist Party prospective parliamentary candidate for Dundee East.


spotSocialist Councillors Force Climbdown On Childcare Charges

COVENTRY LABOUR council have had to withdraw proposals to increase 'Wraparound' charges by 76% for low-income families...


spotNew Labour's menacing Zero Tolerance

A SPRING chorus of police chiefs and Home Office spokespersons are menacingly claiming this year's May Day anti-capitalist protests will be met with Zero Tolerance...


spotHuddersfield: Growing anger at racism

A MOOD of anger and disbelief gripped Huddersfield's Asian community following the acquittal of Mohammed Asghar's killer at Bradford Crown Court three weeks ago, writes Mike Forster.


spotReview: Preaching revolution or rhetoric?

Manic Street Preachers: 'Know your enemy' and live at Cardiff Coal Exchange March 2001, reviewed by SARAH MAYO...


spotCuba At A Crossroads

ONE OF the consequences of the worldwide revolt against global capitalism, is the newfound popularity of Cuba...


spotSocialist Party fight right-wing smear campaign

SOCIALIST PARTY general election candidate Wally Kennedy has become the victim of a disgraceful smear campaign...


spotReinstate Martin Warsama

AFTER FIVE months of delay, Doncaster UNISON branch secretary Martin Warsama's disciplinary hearing has been organised for 2 May, writes Mike Forster.


spotNUT conference For real unity through action

THE CONFERENCE of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) met at a crucial time for teachers. As well as conditions of service and salaries, the main issues concerning rank and file teachers were performance-related...