In this issue:
The Socialist 16 November 2001, No To War
No To War: Fight For A Socialist World
SINCE THE bombing started six weeks ago the US has dropped 3,000 bombs on Afghanistan, one of the poorest countries in the world, writes Jane James.
Jobcentre safety dispute: Demanding A Safe Workplace
ON 5 November a man walked into Leyton Employment Service Jobcentre (ESJ) in east London, demanding a payment, writes Debbie Darracott, PCS member.
Stop this brutal war
HUNDREDS OF innocent civilians killed and maimed; millions facing starvation; millions of refugees without adequate food, shelter, sanitation or medical care...
Port Talbot Steelworks Explosion: Make Safety Not Profit First Priority
"HOW COULD it happen?" That's the question working-class people in Port Talbot are asking after this steel town's biggest industrial accident for a generation, writes Rob Williams, Port Talbot Socialist Party.
No To The Graduate Tax - Fight For Free Education
MANY YOUNG people were relieved to read that the government is discussing abolishing tuition fees and introducing a grant...
150,000 Say "No To War" In Rome
"A three-one win to us!" were the words of one happy anti-war demonstrator in Rome last week-end. Some estimates make the score between the rival demonstrations on 10 November even higher. 30,000 at...
Kashmir: US Policy Is Destabilising Region
THE SAVAGE bombing of Afghanistan by US-led imperialism is politically destabilising the region and fuelling support for right-wing, religious parties as the following extracts of a report from a CWI member in Jammu and Kashmir shows...
Why We Need International Socialism
ON SUNDAY tens of thousands will march in London against Bush and Blair's war on Afghanistan. Socialist Party members who are part of the international socialist organisation, the Committee for a Workers'...
A 'Call To Arms' Against Privatisation
BLAIR'S SECOND declaration of war is not against some 'foreign enemy' but as another prime minister once infamously said about the miners, against 'the enemy within', writes Bill Mullins, Socialist Party industrial organiser.