In this week's issue:
The Socialist 11 October 2003, issue Bosses Get Rich - Workers Get 30p
Bosses Get Rich - Workers Get 30p
THE MINIMUM wage for over 21s went up this month by 30p to a measly £4.50 an hour (only £3.80 an hour for 18-21 year olds)...
Fighting For A Living Wage
Postal strike solid
Union Leaders On The Wrong Track
After Labour Party conference: ACCORDING TO The Guardian on 2 October: "Labour's major trade unions showed their muscle at Bournemouth" and duly "duffed up" the party leadership of Tony Blair, writes But did they?.
New Labour and asylum: Blunkett's Callous Plans
"Tough With The Workers, Toadying With The Millionaires"
Foundation Hospitals: An Attack on the Heart of the NHS
IN SPITE of their plans for foundation hospitals being rejected by the Labour Party conference, the government is still going ahead...
Anti-bin tax campaign: A Decisive Stage In The Struggle
KEVIN MACLOUGHLIN of the Socialist Party in Ireland spoke to the socialist on the escalating anti-bin tax struggle and the campaign to free Socialist Party representatives Joe Higgins TD (MP) and councillor Clare Daly, jailed for their part in the movement...
Ireland - Free the bin tax twelve
Scotland: Nursery Nurses Forced To Strike Again
Fighting tuition fees in the USA
Europe protests at anti-worker governments
Syria Bombing Ratchets Up Middle East Tensions
Iran 1988: A bloody chapter in the workers' movement remembered