In this issue:
The Socialist 11 January 2002, Kick Out The Greedy Bosses
Kick Out The Greedy Bosses
MANY THOUSANDS of working people's jobs may be at risk but still the bosses arrogantly ignore all calls for restraint when it comes to ensuring their own creature comforts, writes By Bill Mullins.
Renationalise the railways!
Public Service Not Private Profiteering: THE STRIKES by staff working for South West Trains (SWT) and the overtime ban by Scotrail staff, are keeping the sorry state of Britain's privatised railways in the news
Euro - Workers Will Pay The Price
What We Say: A NEW word - europhoria - has been invented by the media to describe the launch of the euro
Rough Justice Backs Oliver Campbell
THE SOCIALIST Party has actively supported the campaign against the wrongful murder conviction of Socialist Party member Oliver Campbell, writes Chris Moore.
Kashmir Crisis: Regional Powers Threaten New War
TONY BLAIR'S shuttle diplomacy to resolve the longstanding Kashmir crisis that has brought India and Pakistan to the brink of war has been an abject failure
Crisis In Argentina - The Masses Move Into Action
WITH FIVE Presidents in less than two weeks, Argentina faces the deepest crisis in its history. The cancellation of elections convened for March and the installation of the Peronist Senator Eduardo Duhalde