The Socialist

The Socialist 8 June 2011

We are fighting back!

The Socialist issue 674

Economic crisis in 'them and us' Britain


Cuts in jobs and services: We are fighting back!

Birmingham: city of a thousand cuts

Human rights service staff defend jobs


CWU conference - unanimous call for 24-hour general strike

Strike action against pensions attack at Sheffield university

Mood for action among Unison members in Waltham Forest

Saltend dispute: lessons for future struggles


Fighting the anti-strike legislation


'Slutwalk' protests

Sylvia Pankhurst: Everything is possible


'Butcher of Bosnia' faces trial

Tamil Solidarity: important resolution agreed at the European Parliament


Protests grow as young people say: 'We want a future!'


Southern Cross - Social care on the brink

Vulnerable patients abused at privately run Bristol hospital

End the 'insane' pursuit of oil profit

Fight Welsh universities' fees hike

NHS: Lansley must resign!

News in brief

 
 

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The Socialist 8 June 2011, We are fighting back!

Wages fall: Office for National Statistics 2010 survey of hours and earnings

Wages fall: Office for National Statistics 2010 survey of hours and earnings

spot Economic crisis in 'them and us' Britain

Half-million strong TUC demo, central London, 26 March 2011, against the government's cuts , photo by Paul Mattsson

Half-million strong TUC demo, central London, 26 March 2011, against the government's cuts , photo by Paul Mattsson

spot Cuts in jobs and services: We are fighting back!

Birmingham council workers strike, April 2008, included Unison, GMB, NUT and PCS workers, photo S O'Neill

Birmingham council workers strike, April 2008, included Unison, GMB, NUT and PCS workers, photo S O'Neill

spot Birmingham: city of a thousand cuts

spot Human rights service staff defend jobs

Billy Hayes, CWU general secretary, addresses the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) lobby of TUC conference in Manchester 2010, photo Suleyman Civi

Billy Hayes, CWU general secretary, addresses the National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) lobby of TUC conference in Manchester 2010, photo Suleyman Civi

spot CWU conference - unanimous call for 24-hour general strike

University staff strike in Sheffield to save pensions, photo Yorkshire Socialist Party

University staff strike in Sheffield to save pensions, photo Yorkshire Socialist Party

spot Strike action against pensions attack at Sheffield university

spot Mood for action among Unison members in Waltham Forest

Scaffolders and electricians, employed by contractors for Vivergo in Teeside, protest at British Sugar. They voted by about 90% to walk out again in support of the locked out BP/Vivergo Redhall workers at Saltend, Hull, photo  Socialist Party

Scaffolders and electricians, employed by contractors for Vivergo in Teeside, protest at British Sugar. They voted by about 90% to walk out again in support of the locked out BP/Vivergo Redhall workers at Saltend, Hull, photo Socialist Party

spot Saltend dispute: lessons for future struggles

Socialist Party feature

RMT and TSSA members strike against cuts on the London Underground, photo by Paul Mattsson

RMT and TSSA members strike against cuts on the London Underground, photo by Paul Mattsson

spot Fighting the anti-strike legislation

Slutwalk protests: fighting back against sexism and discrimination in Newcastle, photo by E Brunskill

Slutwalk protests: fighting back against sexism and discrimination in Newcastle, photo by E Brunskill

spot 'Slutwalk' protests

Sylvia Pankhurst

Sylvia Pankhurst protesting against British policy in India, at Trafalgar Square, 1932

spot Sylvia Pankhurst: Everything is possible

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