The Socialist

The Socialist 13 July 2011

Take over Murdoch's press

The Socialist issue 679

Take over Murdoch's press!

The media 'lie factory' exposed

Nothing New in the World at Wapping


Hidden by hacking scandal, Cameron seeks wholesale privatisation of services

Jobs not Cuts


Con-Dem 'reforms' promise misery for disabled people and must be fought!


Southampton: Anger grows as workers face the sack

Stop the jobs slaughter at Bombardier, Derby

'Fire and rehire': Shropshire council sacks 6,500 workers

Unison - name the day for action

CWU elections

Workplace news in brief


Needed - a workers' alternative in London 2012 elections

Support for Jarrow March at the Durham Miners' Gala

Merseyside Socialist Party - going forward with confidence

Opposing the racist and hooligan EDL

Tamil Solidarity Old Trafford protest


Greece's debt crisis: No way out for workers under capitalism


From a Spark to a Flame

 
 

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The Socialist 13 July 2011, Take over Murdoch's press

Cameron, the Murdoch empire and the police have been involved in a corrupt attempt to subvert the democratic rights of the British people, Photo Paul Mattsson

Photo Paul Mattsson

spot Take over Murdoch's press!

Cartoon attacking press bias against striking workers from the 1970s by Alan Hardman

Cartoon Alan Hardman

spot The media 'lie factory' exposed

Sacked printworkers at the Wapping picket line , photo by Dave Sinclair

Sacked printworkers at the Wapping picket line , photo by Dave Sinclair

spot Nothing New in the World at Wapping

Better to break the law than break the poor: National Shop Stewards Network placard, photo Senan

Better to break the law than break the poor: National Shop Stewards Network placard, photo Senan

spot Hidden by hacking scandal, Cameron seeks wholesale privatisation of services

spot Jobs not Cuts

Socialist Party feature - disability rights

30 June coordinated strike action by the PCS civil service union and NUT, ATL and UCU teaching unions, photo Paul Mattsson

30 June coordinated strike action by the PCS civil service union and NUT, ATL and UCU teaching unions, photo Paul Mattsson

spot Needed - a workers' alternative in London 2012 elections

Support for Jarrow March at the Durham Miners' Gala

Support for Jarrow March at the Durham Miners' Gala

spot Support for Jarrow March at the Durham Miners' Gala

Merseyside Socialist Party meeting, 5.7.11, photo Harry Smith

spot Merseyside Socialist Party - going forward with confidence

spot Opposing the racist and hooligan EDL

Tamil Solidarity (TS) organised a protest in front of Lancashire County Cricket Club when Sri Lanka played England on 9th July against the genocide of Tamils, photo by Hugh Caffrey

Tamil Solidarity demo

spot Tamil Solidarity Old Trafford protest

Xekinhma, Greek section of CWI, on massive general strike in Greece on 15 June 2011, photo Stephan Kimmerle

Xekinhma, Greek section of CWI, on massive general strike in Greece on 15 June 2011, photo Stephan Kimmerle

spot Greece's debt crisis: No way out for workers under capitalism

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