The Socialist

The Socialist 7 July 2009

Action now to defend public sector

Action now to defend public sector


Jobs not dole


Brown's dead duck government

Postal workers need a national fightback


National Express goes off the rails

First Bus - no to pay freeze

Demanding justice for Shrewsbury 24

News in brief


Why women don't have real equality


Police trigger ethnic clashes in Xinjiang

Honduras coup - a warning to workers in Latin America

Sri Lanka: Protest over DfID role


Stalin's Nemesis: The Exile and Murder of Leon Trotsky

Arundhati Roy - politics and literature


Higher fees in higher education

Drama students enter the stage of struggle

Teachers' MOTs

First strike against Trust schools

Strike against BSF proposals


RMT Annual General Meeting: "If provoked - Will strike"

Save jobs at Vestas wind turbine plant

Private companies caught in jobcentre scam

South West Wales Media: Fight for jobs, defend conditions

Oilc - fighting for decent working conditions in the North Sea

 
 

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The Socialist 7 July 2009, Action now to defend public sector

Scotland council workers strike, photo International Socialists

Scotland council workers strike, photo International Socialists

spot Action now to defend public sector

Youth Fight For jobs demonstration, photo Paul Mattsson

Youth Fight For jobs demonstration, photo Paul Mattsson

spot Jobs not dole

Unison Local Government strike 16-17 July in London, photo Paul Mattsson

Unison Local Government strike 16-17 July in London, photo Paul Mattsson

spot Why women don't have real equality

spot Police trigger ethnic clashes in Xinjiang

spotHonduras coup - a warning to workers in Latin America

On Sunday 5 July Manuel Zelaya, the President of Honduras who was overthrown in a coup a week earlier, attempted to return to Honduras, writes Hannah Sell...

spotSri Lanka: Protest over DfID role

TAMIL SOLIDARITY, which campaigns for the rights of all workers and the oppressed in Sri Lanka, organised a protest recently against UK government financial support for the repressive, chauvinist Sri Lankan government, writes Senan, Tamil Solidarity.