In this week's issue:
The Socialist 28 March 2012, issue Tories stand for the 1%... We need a voice for the 99%!
Tories stand for the 1%... We need a voice for the 99%!
We need a voice for the 99%
Only one week after the government's budget of new, swingeing cuts in jobs and services, accompanied by huge tax breaks for the rich and big business, it's been revealed that super-rich Tory party donors had earlier wined and dined with the prime minister, David Cameron...
Budget for the 1% must be fought
Toasting the cuts - councils show no remorse
Wales: Does Plaid Cymru leadership vote show left turn?
Budget 2012: reject regional pay
World warming even faster than thought
Them and Us
Abortion - defend and extend the right to choose
1,000 people joined a lively Abortion Rights Campaign protest opposite Parliament , photo Leah Jones and Anna Engelhardt
Shona McCulloch looks at the tactics of right-wing opponents of abortion rights and of choice, and how best to safeguard women's hard-won gains...
Rare sighting of Tories in Scotland
Brighton Uni: Socialist Students five votes from victory
Socialist election campaigning
Programme for the May elections - For the millions, not the millionaires
N30: millions of public sector workers went on strike on 30 November 2011, photo Senan
The latest fashion among all the parties in Westminster is to steal the Socialist Party's slogan and claim they are introducing policies that help 'the millions not the millionaires'...
London TUSC: Standing to say "there is an alternative"
Former Liverpool 47 councillor to give socialist challenge for mayor
National action needed to stop the pensions robbery
NUT london strike and demo 28 March 2012, photo Socialist Party
Last week's issue of the Socialist carried an explanation of why the PCS civil service union had decided not to call action on 28 March...
Tanker drivers vote to strike
Save the Remploy factories - not for sale or closure at any price
Workplace In Brief
French presidential election - An emerging left challenge
The first round of the French presidential election will be held on 22 April. The UK mass media has concentrated its coverage on the conservative candidate and incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy
Spain: Workers gear up for general strike
Million Hoodies March against racist murders in the US
Review: We must look - the photographs of Don McCullin
The life's work of one of the world's greatest living photographers, Don McCullin is on show until 15 April at London's Imperial War Museum...