In this week's issue:
The Socialist 20 June 2012, issue Fight their profit system
Fight their profit system
30 November 2011 public sector strike, photo by Paul Mattsson
World in crisis - make the super-rich pay: As the G20 leaders meet in Mexico, once again it's clear that none of them has a clue about how to end the spiralling crisis of capitalism.
2012 earth summit
British economy: "black cloud overhead"
Leveson inquiry - The 1%: "definitely in this together"
Flight of the rats
The child poverty mirage
Them & Us
Greece election - majority vote against austerity
Greece: protests during general election 18 June 2012, photo RT free video
Clear socialist programme for struggle needed: The outcome of the elections in Greece has left the majority of the population with mixed feelings. On the one hand, there is the victory of the right-wing New Democracy...
Egypt's military instigates a 'soft coup'
Join in the Austerity Games!
Austerity Games, photo Suzanne Beishon
This summer London will host the costly Olympic Games; while many look forward to a 'summer of sport', in its shadow, workers and young people in London and around the country face poverty and homelessness
Gloucestershire: Countywide protests to stop NHS sell-off
Bus bosses can't stop the Socialist!
Support the final sprint to the fighting fund quarter finish line
Striking at Fords to defend pensions
Salaried workers at Fords staged a 24-hour strike across the UK on Monday against Ford tying pay negotiations to closing the final salary pension scheme to new entrants
Five hundred food processing workers strike in Leicester
Packed Coryton refinery meeting backs action to win
Support the London bus strike
UCU: Time to fight on pay and pensions
Improved offer in Metro workers' pay fight
Workplace news in brief
GMB delegates question link to Labour
N30 - GMB members joined the 2 million striking against Con-Dem government austerity on 30 November 2011, photo Paul Mattsson
The 2012 congress for the GMB general union, one of Britain's fastest growing unions, showed some successes in the private sector but also frustration from rank and file delegates over pensions and the union's relationship with New Labour
Unite needs strategy to step up fight against austerity
Unison conference: members show anger at pensions 'offer'
Fighting teachers' association network launched
Secret History of the Streets, Deptford High Street
TV review: A previous BBC TV programme, The Tower, about Deptford in south London, said that the area was full of drunks and criminals and the 'cure' was to move in rich yuppies, writes Pete Redfarn.