In this issue:
The Socialist 9 June 2001, Labour wins but anger grows
Labour wins but anger grows
NEW LABOUR'S claim to have a fresh mandate will look very threadbare in the months to come. Elected on the lowest turnout since records began, Blair's New Labour looked likely to have a majority of about...
Socialist Party celebrates election successes
SOCIALIST PARTY members in England and Wales have been celebrating some excellent election results, writes By Judy Beishon.
Left challenge gets creditable election results
THE SOCIALIST Party took part in the Socialist Alliance election campaign in England and Wales, writes By Hannah Sell.
150 At Hayes Socialist Election Rally
A WEEK before the election, when media experts were proclaiming public apathy about politics, 150 people attended the Socialist Party local election rally in Hayes, west London, writes Rheian Davies.
New Labour's Turbulent Second Term
TO NO-ONE'S surprise Labour won the election and the Tories were trounced. But, as JUDY BEISHON points out, Blair's second-term Thatcherite programme has not got a mandate and will meet with ferocious opposition.
Kick The Private Profiteers Out Of The NHS
Profit From Illness scandal: PRIVATE GOOD, public bad. The mantra of New Labour throughout this election. Health minister Alan Milburn has boldly declared that all new hospitals in England and Wales will be built with private money...
YRE Campaign Against The Fascists In Oldham
FOLLOWING LAST weekend's events in Oldham, Youth Against Racism in Europe (YRE) has continued its anti-racist work in the area, writes By Robin, Manchester YRE and Socialist Party.
Indonesia: Reactionaries Step Up Attacks On The Working Class
SUPPORTERS OF Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid clashed violently with police last week in the capital Jakarta, writes Niall Mulholland.