The Socialist

The Socialist 2 April 2005

Liar Blair must go!

Liar Blair must go!

No PFI or hospital closures in Bristol!

General election - main parties offer no solutions

Stop these deportations

Asylum and immigration - what we're thinking

Judge backs false imprisonment of May Day protesters

Can we save the planet?

Peter Taaffe's Asian tour

Kyrgyzstan and the ‘Tulip revolution’

Delegates vote to keep up pressure over pensions

Coventry: Save Peugeot jobs

Pensions: postal workers must show solidarity

Fighting cuts at the Housing Corporation

College lecturers fight for pay deal

UNISON National Executive Council elections

 
 

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In this issue:

The Socialist 2 April 2005, Liar Blair must go!

spotLiar Blair must go!

Fight for a socialist alternative: THE general election is now just a few weeks away. Many people will regard this prospect with complete indifference. The contest will be...


spotNo PFI or hospital closures in Bristol!

Graeme Jones
THE SOCIALIST PARTY in Bristol will be standing a candidate in the forthcoming general election...


spotGeneral election - main parties offer no solutions

BLAIR IS preparing to declare the general election. But a phoney election war has been raging for weeks. And if the campaign so far is...


spotStop these deportations

SATURDAY 2 April will see a massive demonstration in Manchester opposing the deportation of refugees facing persecution...


spotAsylum and immigration - what we're thinking

THE CURRENT 'debate' on asylum and immigration makes it hard to separate fact from fiction...


spotJudge backs false imprisonment of May Day protesters

THE JUDGEMENT in the May Day case, delivered on 23 May, made it a sad day for democratic rights...


spotCan we save the planet?

THERE IS new evidence that the threat from global warming is increasing...


spotPeter Taaffe's Asian tour

SOCIALIST PARTY general secretary Peter Taaffe has been on a successful tour of South Asia, speaking at public meetings, discussing with socialist activists, and with fellow members of the Committee for a...


spotKyrgyzstan and the ‘Tulip revolution’

OPPOSITION LEADER Kurmanbek Bakiev has taken over as ‘acting president’ of the former central Asian Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan after president Askar Akayev fled into exile...


spotDelegates vote to keep up pressure over pensions

DELEGATES TO the National Union of Teachers (NUT) annual conference were determined to press home the retreat that had been inflicted on the government over public-sector pensions...


spotCoventry: Save Peugeot jobs

COVENTRY SOCIALIST Party's new "Save Peugeot Jobs" petition has already attracted well over 500 people's signatures...


spotPensions: postal workers must show solidarity

MANY ROYAL Mail employees have a final salary pension scheme, the Royal Mail Pension Plan, similar to that of civil service...


spotFighting cuts at the Housing Corporation

NEW LABOUR wants government services to be more efficient. To most of us this would imply projects completed on time and on budget, phones...


spotCollege lecturers fight for pay deal

ON 15 and 16 March, college lecturers and members of the NATFHE union, took strike action...


spotUNISON National Executive Council elections

THE ELECTIONS for UNISON's National Executive Council give members the opportunity to elect leaders who will fight for ordinary members, putting their interests first, defending jobs, pay and conditions of...