The Socialist

The Socialist 17 April 2004

End The Occupation Of Iraq

End The Occupation Of Iraq

Turning Point In Iraq


Civil service strikes: Fighting Low Pay

NUT conference: Building A Fighting Leadership

Low Pay, No Way!

Getting Organised In The Fast Food Industry

Come to Socialism 2004


Welsh Assembly: Re-Arranging Titanic's Deckchairs

Austria: Court Victory Against Extreme Anti-Abortionists

 
 

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The Socialist 17 April 2004, End The Occupation Of Iraq

spotEnd The Occupation Of Iraq

OVER 600 Iraqis slaughtered in just one city. The corpses of children, women and elderly as well as young men lying in the streets. ...


spotTurning Point In Iraq

AN ITV news reporter in Iraq described the bizarre scene at a press briefing in Baghdad by the US military forces...


spot Civil service strikes: Fighting Low Pay

spot NUT conference: Building A Fighting Leadership

spot Low Pay, No Way!

spotGetting Organised In The Fast Food Industry

THE FAST food industry is one of Britain's biggest employers of young people. We print below an article on working for the McDonalds hamburger chain in London...


spot Come to Socialism 2004

Socialist Party news and analysis

spotWelsh Assembly: Re-Arranging Titanic's Deckchairs

AFTER A two-year investigation, the Richard Commission has recommended that the Welsh Assembly should be given primary law-making powers by 2011. ...


spotAustria: Court Victory Against Extreme Anti-Abortionists

LAST MONTH a Viennese court made a final ruling in favour of Claudia Sorger, the spokesperson for women's affairs of the Socialist Left Party (SLP, the Austrian section of the CWI) in a case brought by extreme anti-abortionists...