The Socialist

The Socialist 28 July 2005

Workers' unity against war and terrorism

Workers' unity against war and terrorism

Repression won't prevent terrorism

Jean Charles de Menezes: Angry marchers demand justice

Tube drivers say safety is paramount

Workers' unity needed against war, terror and racism

Book your stalls for the Freshers' fairs now!

Book now for Summer Camp

Brazil: Lula government in crisis

Fighting the low pay scandal

Unions prepare for new pension attacks

Strike ballot to defend Rolls Royce convenor

 
 

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The Socialist 28 July 2005, Workers' unity against war and terrorism

spotWorkers' unity against war and terrorism

TONY BLAIR sent British troops into Iraq with the words that it would make the world a 'safer place'....


spotRepression won't prevent terrorism

RECENT EVENTS have dramatically heightened the atmosphere of insecurity and tension in Britain, and particularly London...


spotJean Charles de Menezes: Angry marchers demand justice

AFTER THE killing of Jean Charles de Menezes on 22 July, Stop the War Coalition (STWC) called a peace vigil...


spotTube drivers say safety is paramount

FOLLOWING THE 21 July attacks, members of the RMT union on the Piccadilly line refused to drive trains on those parts of the line that had been kept open after 7/7...


spotWorkers' unity needed against war, terror and racism

THE SECOND wave of attacks in London on 21 July fortunately did not cause any injuries and deaths...


spotBook your stalls for the Freshers' fairs now!

Socialist Students: In September, thousands of young people will be starting at universities across the country...


spotBook now for Summer Camp

The 2005 Socialist Party summer camp is only weeks away - it takes place each year on the summer bank holiday, 26 - 29 August 2005...


spotBrazil: Lula government in crisis

PRESIDENT LULA'S government is undergoing its deepest political crisis since coming to power in January 2003...


spotFighting the low pay scandal

About 50 predominantly young journalists at the Coventry Evening Telegraph, part of the Trinity Mirror Group, are striking over low pay...


spotUnions prepare for new pension attacks

THE THREAT of united strike action before the general election forced the Labour government to back down temporarily on its plans to cut public-sector workers' pension rights - particularly the planned...


spotStrike ballot to defend Rolls Royce convenor

A NATIONAL dispute between the workers and management at aircraft engine-maker Rolls Royce looks likely after the sacking of one of the Amicus convenors at the Bristol plant...