The Socialist

The Socialist 14 May 2008

NHS under threat

NHS under threat


Unison witch-hunt: Rory Bremner and Mark Thomas speak out

Anti-racists protest at Unison witch hunt

Unison witch-hunt: Defend the four lobby of hearing


Burma cyclone disaster: Wealth and privilege put before aid

60 year anniversary of Israel: Can there be a resolution of the Palestinian/Israeli conflict?

Scottish National Party: One year in power - but little for workers to celebrate

Global capitalist crisis: Confidence in a socialist future


Defend and extend abortion rights

Ladyfest: culture, politics and women


What will Boris Johnson mean for London?

Campaign for a new workers' party: conference 2008

Price rises hit workers

Don't evict Ricky Jones!

The BNP have no solutions...and no clue!

Sussex students uphold 'no platform'

Students 'study-in' in Manchester

Opposing cutbacks in Lincolnshire

Why Labour lost Bury


Left wins in PCS executive elections

North west shop stewards

Saturday 28 June 11.30am-4.30pm

Wales TUC: Right wing attack on democracy

Socialist fighter honoured by lecturers' union


Review: 'Marx in London' by Asa Briggs and John Callow

 
 

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In this issue:

The Socialist 14 May 2008, NHS under threat

spot NHS under threat

Unison witch-hunt

spot Unison witch-hunt: Rory Bremner and Mark Thomas speak out

spotAnti-racists protest at Unison witch hunt

Letter sent by Markhan S Bajwa, director of Greenwich Council for Racial Equality to Unison general secretary Dave Prentis to protest about the treatment of Onay Kasab, Greenwich Unison branch secretary.

spotUnison witch-hunt: Defend the four lobby of hearing

Pictures of lobby

International socialist news and analysis

spot Burma cyclone disaster: Wealth and privilege put before aid

spot 60 year anniversary of Israel: Can there be a resolution of the Palestinian/Israeli conflict?

spot Scottish National Party: One year in power - but little for workers to celebrate

spot Global capitalist crisis: Confidence in a socialist future

Socialist Party women

spot Defend and extend abortion rights

spot Ladyfest: culture, politics and women

Socialist Party news and analysis

spot What will Boris Johnson mean for London?


Campaign for a new workers' party: conference 2008

Sunday 29 June 10am - 5pm.

South Camden Community School,

Charrington Street, London NW1.

(nearest Rail/Tube stations - Kings Cross/St Pancras, Euston, Mornington Crescent)


spot Price rises hit workers

spot Don't evict Ricky Jones!

spot The BNP have no solutions...and no clue!

spot Sussex students uphold 'no platform'

spot Students 'study-in' in Manchester

spot Opposing cutbacks in Lincolnshire

spot Why Labour lost Bury

Socialist Party workplace news and analysis

spot Left wins in PCS executive elections

spot North west shop stewards


National Shop Stewards Network second conference

Saturday 28 June 11.30am-4.30pm

South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1.

Speakers include Bob Crow, RMT, Mark Serwotka, PCS and Brian Caton, POA.
5 per delegate.
See www.shopstewards.net


spotWales TUC: Right wing attack on democracy

Delegates to the annual conference of the Wales TUC, meeting in Llandudno on 21-23 May, face the prospect of a right-wing offensive to undermine the democratic traditions of the trade union movement, writes Alec Thraves, Swansea trades council delegate..

spotSocialist fighter honoured by lecturers' union

Socialist Party member Andrew Price is retiring from work next February, so he is standing down from his position as the UCU national executive member for Welsh Further Education...

Socialist Party review

spot Review: 'Marx in London' by Asa Briggs and John Callow