The Socialist

The Socialist 4 August 2010

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The Socialist issue 634

We need 'biggest movement since poll tax'


'Radical' cuts require serious action

Waltham Forest's Labour council faces opposition

Coventry campaigners fight cuts of 140 million

Swansea trades council leads battle for services

Campaigners answer Bristol's 'Big Conversation'

Cuts news: Mental health services facing the axe

NSSN pledged to fight cuts


Troops out now!

Afghanistan: US strategy in disarray


Oppose divisive academies policy


Talks resume at British Airways

Angry workers strike over pay freeze and bosses' bonuses

Fighting fire service cuts

Witch-hunted Unison activist wins tribunal


Unite general secretary election


We won't be a lost generation, fight for jobs and education!

No to privatisation of our universities

For real jobs, not slave labour


Profiting from wrecking the environment

Stop the Cardiff incinerator

Save Wanstead Flats


Daily Mail admits guilt over smearing Tamil hunger striker


Campaigning at Leeds Pride


Book now for the summer camp!

Socialism 2010 - a weekend of discussion and debate


Love Parade catastrophe was entirely preventable

Garment workers demand a living wage


Asda profiting from low pay

Tories put profits before patients

Rich just carry on getting richer

Fast news


The howlers' world and ours

How the banks rip us off

 
 

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The Socialist 4 August 2010, 634

PCS members striking against Labour's cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

PCS members striking against Labour's cuts, photo Paul Mattsson

We need 'biggest movement since poll tax'

The Trades Union Congress (TUC), meeting this year in Manchester, needs to hear clearly from ordinary trade unionists and activists that the time has come to get off its knees and organise a fightback against the government's programme of cuts, writes Bill Mullins.

Anti-war demonstration October 2009, photo Rob Emery

Anti-war demonstration October 2009, photo Rob Emery

spot Troops out now!

spot Afghanistan: US strategy in disarray

Accademies

Workplace Debate

Tony Woodley, Socialist Party member Rob Williams and Len McCluskey (back) address a Visteon pensions lobby at Unite conference, photo Mike Gard

Tony Woodley, Socialist Party member Rob Williams and Len McCluskey (back) address a Visteon pensions lobby at Unite conference, photo Mike Gard

spot Unite general secretary election

Tamil Solidarity

Gay Pride demo 2007, photo Marc Vallee

Gay Pride demo 2007, photo Marc Vallee

spot Campaigning at Leeds Pride

Socialist Party news and analysis

Review & Comment