The Socialist

The Socialist 4 May 2006

NHS workers demand action


NHS workers demand action

Swansea ballot shows depth of support for NHS


Liberals withdraw Cardiff schools closure plans...


Socialist Party membersí election successes


Defending jobs and services

LSC staff say "enough is enough"


Nine days that shook Britain


USA - immigrant workers strike to demand equal rights

US students say 'education not war'

Germany: WASG national congress - shift to the right

End of Berlusconi era - clean break needed with neo-liberal policies

 
 

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The Socialist 4 May 2006, NHS workers demand action

Socialist Party NHS campaign

spotNHS workers demand action

Magnificent NHS demonstration through Stoke-on-Trent on 29 April 2006

Magnificent NHS demonstration through Stoke-on-Trent on 29 April 2006

THE CAMPAIGN to defend the NHS from government attacks is growing. It has recently been boosted by the decision at UNISON health conference to back industrial action and the magnificent demonstration through Stoke-on-Trent on 29...


spot Swansea ballot shows depth of support for NHS

Education

spot Liberals withdraw Cardiff schools closure plans...

Press release

spot Socialist Party membersí election successes

Socialist Party workplace news

spotDefending jobs and services

Solidarity on the PCS picket line: ON 2-3 May, Jobcentres, benefit offices, pension centres and the Child Support Agency (CSA) were hit by strike action as 80,000 members of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) held a two-day stoppage over worsening service levels and job cuts in the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)...


spot LSC staff say "enough is enough"

1926 General Strike

spot Nine days that shook Britain

International socialist news and analysis

spotUSA - immigrant workers strike to demand equal rights

USA, MONDAY 1 May: Shops, farms, restaurants, meat processing companies and factories closed; parts of New York, Chicago and Los Angeles and other cities are brought to a standstill; workers, school students, perhaps half-a-million in Chicago alone, join in demonstrations and protest rallies across the country.....


spotUS students say 'education not war'

THOUSANDS OF students across the US 'Twin Cities' [Minneapolis and St Paul] walked out of class on 28 April to protest against the occupation of Iraq and military recruitment in schools, and demanding money for education and social needs, not war, writes By Socialist Alternative members.


spotGermany: WASG national congress - shift to the right

AMID THREATS by part of the national leadership to split away, last weekend's national congress of the WASG* (Election Alternative for Work and Social Justice) agreed to unify with the Linkspartei.PDS (L.PDS, Left Party/PDS - the former East German 'Communists') and to take measures against the Berlin WASG if it went, writes Robert Bechert, CWI, Berlin.


spotEnd of Berlusconi era - clean break needed with neo-liberal policies

Italy: SILVIO BERLUSCONI, the tycoon prime minister of Italy for five years, has finally resigned. The general election of 9-10 April gave the centre-left Unione alliance a paper thin majority in both houses of parliament (See article...