The Socialist

The Socialist 10 April 2004

Fight The Low Pay Scandal

Fight The Low Pay Scandal

Fighting Back Against Low Pay And Government Attacks

NUT conference: Time For A Change

Left Candidate Defeats Blairite For Presidency


Military Families Speak Out Against Bush's War And Lies

Iraq: Coalition Plans In Chaos

Rwanda's Killing Fields: A Legacy Of Imperialism

Sri Lanka: Election To End Crisis Ends In New Crisis


Immigration: Fact And Fiction

Support Scotland's Nursery Nurses

 
 

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The Socialist 10 April 2004, Fight The Low Pay Scandal

spot Fight The Low Pay Scandal

BLAIR'S GOVERNMENT has declared war on its own workforce. 70,000 civil servants in the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP, mainly job centres and benefit offices) are being forced to strike against low pay for a further two days directly after Easter,...


spotFighting Back Against Low Pay And Government Attacks

PCS strike: MEMBERS OF civil service union, PCS, gave a clear message to Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) management in our solidly-supported strike on 16/17 February, writes Rob Williams, PCS national executive, personal capacity.


spot NUT conference: Time For A Change

spot Left Candidate Defeats Blairite For Presidency

spotMilitary Families Speak Out Against Bush's War And Lies

Bush - Angel of Death - Cartoon by Alan Hardman
BUSH'S occupation of Iraq is facing increasing questioning and resistance within the US...


spotIraq: Coalition Plans In Chaos

THE US led-occupation forces in Iraq are sinking deeper into a political mire. Far from "pacifying" the dissident population groups, armed attacks on coalition forces and street demonstrations are growing...


spotRwanda's Killing Fields: A Legacy Of Imperialism

IT IS now ten years since the extremist Hutu power elements of the Rwandan military, business and landowning sectors launched a genocide that lasted three months and left around a million people dead, mostly Tutsi people killed because of their perceived "race". ...


spot Sri Lanka: Election To End Crisis Ends In New Crisis

spotImmigration: Fact And Fiction

TONY BLAIR'S latest government crisis has been over immigration policy. As this issue hit newspaper headlines, New Labour MPs went into shock at the prospect of it spiralling out of control and the possible electoral consequences...


spotSupport Scotland's Nursery Nurses

The nursery nurses' strike in Scotland is still holding firm. Over 4,000 nursery nurses are now in their sixth week of strike action...