The Socialist

The Socialist 18 November 2009

Fighting for a future

Fighting for a future

Youth march for jobs

More evidence of climate change: Socialist planning needed

British Airways merger plan poses new threat to workers

Tamil refugees in desperate situation

Labour pushes nuclear plants

Fast news

Third week of Superdrug strike

Brighton bin workers score quick victory

Leeds council delays talks to end bin dispute

Sheffield First bus drivers beat back bullying management

Interview with Mark Serwotka, PCS general secretary

USSR 1989 - the collapse of Stalinism

Glasgow North East by-election: Mass abstentions in Labour's 'surprise win'

Far right SDL driven out of Glasgow city centre

Service with a snarl: Robert Service refuses to answer questions

Working life in a car factory

Ericsson closure condemned by Coventry socialist councillor

Save Ashford further education

London trade unionists meet to build workers' solidarity


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The Socialist 18 November 2009, Fighting for a future

Socialism 2009, photo Rob Emery

Socialism 2009, photo Rob Emery

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spotYouth march for jobs

Saturday 28 November 2009
Assemble 12 noon, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HY, nearest tube Euston or Russell Square.

The government has been patting itself on the back, claiming that the latest unemployment figures show that the UK labour market is performing better than most major economies...