The Socialist

The Socialist 27 July 2001

Step Up The Fight Against Capitalism

Step Up The Fight Against Capitalism

After Genoa - what way forward?

State organised butchery in Genoa

On the march against capitalism

Coventry bus drivers say... Fight For A Living Wage For All

Stop police killings

We need a decent minimum wage

 
 

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The Socialist 27 July 2001, Step Up The Fight Against Capitalism

spotStep Up The Fight Against Capitalism

After The Genoa Protests: AROUND THE world, workers and young people are stepping up resistance to capitalism's profit driven agenda...


spotAfter Genoa - what way forward?

What we think: THE BLOODY events at the G8 summit in Genoa mark a turning point in the anti-capitalist movement...


spotState organised butchery in Genoa

"YOU CAN'T defend the action of the police in shooting and killing someone," said Peter Hain, minister for European Affairs...


spotOn the march against capitalism

ONCE AGAIN, as at the time of the anti-EU protests in Gothenburg, the media of the world has concentrated almost exclusively on the violent confrontations in Genoa, instead of showing why the majority of the hundreds of thousands of demonstrators were there and what they are saying...


spotCoventry bus drivers say... Fight For A Living Wage For All

OVER 100 Coventry bus drivers stopped work again for two hours on 20 July for an unofficial strike against working conditions and the two-tier pay structure operated by the company, writes Bill Mullins.


spotStop police killings

IN THE past week or so, two people have been shot dead by British policemen. Derek Bennett was killed in Brixton on 16 July. Andrew Kernan was shot in Liverpool a few days earlier. Below we report on the...


spotWe need a decent minimum wage

THE GOVERNMENT has accepted the Low Pay Commission's (LPC) recommendation to increase the national minimum wage (NMW) for adults from 3.70 per hour to 4.10 from this October, writes Bill Mullins.