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The Socialist 25 October 2007

Public health not private wealth

Public health not private wealth

Join the 3 November NHS demonstration

NHS: What the Socialist Party says

March to save the NHS

Michael Moore's latest film 'Sicko' reviewed

Huddersfield SOS: Class fighters' bold initiative


Reject Royal Mail deal: Vote 'No' and reinstate the action

Striking Liverpool postal workers return to work


Why workers need a new party

Respect in crisis - what lessons for socialists?


Socialism 2007


Pakistan: Suicide bombings at Bhutto rally


Turkey's invasion threat increases regional instability

Release Saburi Akande Akinola, Taiwo Hassan Soweto and Olatunde Dairo now

France: Biggest public transport strike action since 1995


Do women still have the 'right to choose'?


Liberal Democrat leadership: Two candidates, one background, no answers

Classroom assistants challenge the Stormont Assembly

Who's to blame for teenage obesity?


Glasgow: On strike for a fair deal

Train drivers prepare for action

Fight Cadbury's factory closure

Teachers' union election time to change!

BBC threatens hundreds of jobs

 
 

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Teachers' union election time to change!

Socialist Party member Martin Powell-Davies is standing for vice-president of the NUT. Martin is a practising classroom teacher and an experienced union officer. He is standing for national action to tackle the problems of the intolerable increase in teachers' workload and to fight for decent pay for all teachers.

"With an effective lead from the top, we can build a strong union in our schools, which will stand firm for teachers and education," says Martin.

The ballot runs from the end of October and closes on 21 November.

  • To contact the campaign: 020 8659 8478 or 07946 445488 or martinpd_uk@yahoo.co.uk, see www.martin4vp.info and http://electmartin1.blogspot.com

  • In this issue

    Public health not private wealth

    Join the 3 November NHS demonstration

    NHS: What the Socialist Party says

    March to save the NHS

    Michael Moore's latest film 'Sicko' reviewed

    Huddersfield SOS: Class fighters' bold initiative


    Postal dispute

    Reject Royal Mail deal: Vote 'No' and reinstate the action

    Striking Liverpool postal workers return to work


    Campaign for a New Workers Party

    Why workers need a new party

    Respect in crisis - what lessons for socialists?


    Socialism 2007

    Socialism 2007


    Socialist Party feature

    Pakistan: Suicide bombings at Bhutto rally


    International socialist news and analysis

    Turkey's invasion threat increases regional instability

    Release Saburi Akande Akinola, Taiwo Hassan Soweto and Olatunde Dairo now

    France: Biggest public transport strike action since 1995


    Socialist Party women

    Do women still have the 'right to choose'?


    Socialist Party news and analysis

    Liberal Democrat leadership: Two candidates, one background, no answers

    Classroom assistants challenge the Stormont Assembly

    Who's to blame for teenage obesity?


    Workplace news and analysis

    Glasgow: On strike for a fair deal

    Train drivers prepare for action

    Fight Cadbury's factory closure

    Teachers' union election time to change!

    BBC threatens hundreds of jobs


     

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