In this week's issue:
The Socialist 11 July 2012, issue LOOTED! PFI empties NHS coffers
LOOTED! PFI empties NHS coffers
Fight for our NHS, photo Senan
Scrap PFI privatisation - bring health services back into the NHS The richest 1% in society are the only people profiting from the Private Finance Initiative (PFI) scheme that is ruining Britain's public services.
Fight Profit From Illness
Save Worcestershire A&E services
Libor scandal exposes rotten racketeering system
Bankers protest by Walthamstow Socialist Party, photo The Socialist
If the appearance of Bob Diamond before the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee was intended to demonstrate some kind of public accountability of bankers before parliament then it dismally failed...
Lords reform - Abolish the House of privilege!
Save our server!
Fight for a future for the 99%
Youth fight for jobs organised the Jarrow March for Jobs 2011 which ended with a demonstration in London on 5 November , photo Sujeeth
No jobs, no education, no future - that's the grim vision that the establishment politicians have for young people...
The politics of fighting the racist EDL
Pride should be about protest, not profits!
London bus workers discuss new offer: "militant strike action pays"
London bus workers have been fighting for payment for extra work during the Olympics with joint strike action, the first for many decades, a London bus worker writes.
Build the fightback against the Con-Dems: Join the lobby of the TUC on 9 September
Single status appeal: Victory for Vine workers
Sheffield recycling workers win victory against sackings
Sova recycling workers in Sheffield, members of the GMB, have won the reinstatement of six colleagues
Vote no to the local government pension offer
Workplace news in brief
Egypt: Will Mursi's presidential election victory bring real change?
A week after Egypt's new president - Mohammed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) - took office, a dramatic confrontation with the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (Scaf) erupted, writes Working masses need independent policies and their own party.
Socialist Party reviews and comments
TV Review: Britain on the brink - back to the '70s
This Panorama documentary (9 July) looked at what effect the economic crisis had on ordinary people. It asked whether we would see the same response as at the end of the 1970s when falling living standards...
The Shard: As useless as a hole in the ground
Ringing bells in the GMB
Minimum wage, minimum security
TUSC continues to build support in Liverpool
After Tony Mulhearn's 'remarkable' result in the Liverpool mayoral election in May, the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coaliton (TUSC) was in action again on Thursday 5 July, writes Alec Price.
Leeds protest at prison privatisation rally
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