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The Socialist 24 November 2009

"We wont pay for the crisis"

'We wont pay for the crisis'


How could full youth employment be achieved?

Bristol Youth Fight for Jobs challenges council leader


Lessons of struggle: If you fight, you can win!


Flood chaos in Cumbria


Afghanistan: Brown and Obama scrabbling for an exit strategy


Main parties plan cutbacks: It's time for a fightback!

Mobilising to stop Griffin

Racists - stay out of Wrexham!

Successful Manchester Tamil Solidarity meeting

Fast news


People's Charter - a step towards workers' political representation?


The battle for state education

Socialist Party candidate increases vote in NUT election

Education: 'Try your best' is not enough

Schools paying for the crisis

Attacks begin at Bangor University

Fight cuts at Manchester Met


Leeds bins victory

Superdrug workers show industrial action can win victories

Defend the four!

Postal dispute: Bosses still on the attack

London bus workers strike

Axiom railworkers' strike remains solid

Cuts crisis on the Isle of Man


Guadeloupe - End the profiteering and exploitation


The 1970s, mainly viewed from the top

 
 

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Defend the four!

Unison has been hearing the appeals of four Socialist Party members and Unison activists who face bans from union office for up to five years in a vicious witch-hunt orchestrated by the Unison bureaucracy. Glenn Kelly, Onay Kasab and Suzanne Muna have now had their appeals heard, Brian Debus' is on 11 January.

The union has said that no decision will be made on any of the appeals until the last appeal is heard. Important dates for supporters to note:

  • Reclaim the Union meeting: 8 December, 7.30pm, Houses of Parliament.
  • This is part of the campaign, in Unison's London region, for an independent inquiry. John McDonnell MP will be speaking.

  • Lobby of Unison national executive: 9 Dec ember, 8.30am, Mabledon Place, WC1, off Euston Road, London. Unison members in other regions are asked to protest outside their Unison regional offices.

  • In this issue

    'We wont pay for the crisis'


    Socialist Party editorial

    How could full youth employment be achieved?

    Bristol Youth Fight for Jobs challenges council leader


    Marxist analysis: history

    Lessons of struggle: If you fight, you can win!


    Environment and socialism

    Flood chaos in Cumbria


    War and occupation

    Afghanistan: Brown and Obama scrabbling for an exit strategy


    Socialist Party news and analysis

    Main parties plan cutbacks: It's time for a fightback!

    Mobilising to stop Griffin

    Racists - stay out of Wrexham!

    Successful Manchester Tamil Solidarity meeting

    Fast news


    People's Charter

    People's Charter - a step towards workers' political representation?


    Education

    The battle for state education

    Socialist Party candidate increases vote in NUT election

    Education: 'Try your best' is not enough

    Schools paying for the crisis

    Attacks begin at Bangor University

    Fight cuts at Manchester Met


    Socialist Party workplace news

    Leeds bins victory

    Superdrug workers show industrial action can win victories

    Defend the four!

    Postal dispute: Bosses still on the attack

    London bus workers strike

    Axiom railworkers' strike remains solid

    Cuts crisis on the Isle of Man


    International socialist news

    Guadeloupe - End the profiteering and exploitation


    Socialist Party review

    The 1970s, mainly viewed from the top


     

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