The Socialist

The Socialist 13 March 2004

Time To Protest - Time For Blair To Go

Time To Protest 

We've Had Enough!

Thatcherite Policies X 3


Civil Servants Vote For Two-Day Strike

Striking Nursery Nurses Say No To Low Pay

Coventry Residents Insist: "You Won't Destroy Our Community"

NUT general secretary election: Standing For Change


Miners' strike 1984-85: "A Civil War Without Guns"


Celebrating International Women's Day


Socialist Students "Empire Defeated" Book Tour


Russia: Sham Presidential Election Will Increase Putin's Power

 
 

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The Socialist 13 March 2004, Time To Protest - Time For Blair To Go

spotTime To Protest 

A YEAR ago on 20 March the US and Britain invaded Iraq. Within a few weeks, they bombed and slaughtered thousands, stage-managed the pulling down of Saddam Hussein's statue and then proclaimed victory.


spotWe've Had Enough!

Protest Against Blair: LABOUR'S SPRING conference is in Manchester on 12-14 March. And Saturday 13 March will see workers from Manchester and beyond marching to show Labour we've had enough!...


spot Thatcherite Policies X 3

spotCivil Servants Vote For Two-Day Strike

OVER 100 civil service union PCS members, delegates from Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) branches, met on 6 March. They voted for a national two-day strike immediately after the Easter holidays in their struggle against low pay...


spotStriking Nursery Nurses Say No To Low Pay

Scottish nursery nurses: ONE OF Scotland's most significant disputes for many years has escalated dramatically recently. Almost 5,000 nursery nurses, overwhelmingly women, are in their second week of all-out strike across Scotland's local authorities...


spotCoventry Residents Insist: "You Won't Destroy Our Community"

"THE LAST thing you're going to get is my house," Reg Lee told developers to the cheers of a couple of hundred residents, packed into Coventry's Wood End community centre on 5 March...


spot NUT general secretary election: Standing For Change

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