In this week's issue:
The Socialist 25 July 2012, issue Olympic Britain - We’re priced out
On your marks.... Get set.... Fight back!
The Youth Fight for Jobs Austerity Games held in Hackney Marshes 24 July 2012 highlighted the plight of young people, photo Paul Mattsson
Olympic Britain - we're priced out: Make the super-rich pay for the crisis - not the 99%!...
Outsourcing fails again. For publicly owned and run services!
£13 trillion hidden from tax by super-rich
Not-guilty verdict in Ian Tomlinson case
Them & Us
Kazakhstan - Workers struggle against bloody, corrupt regime
Kazakhstan embassy protest to free Bolat Atabayev, photo Dave Carr
Recently 400 socialists from across Europe and all around the world met in Belgium at the Summer School of the CWI...
Spain's austerity government is facing revolt from below
Miners light up Madrid and show the way to struggle!
1972: dockers face down the Tory government
"Britain came within inches of a general strike": "Arise Ye Workers" read the banner as five London dockers were carried shoulder high from Pentonville Prison in London, writes Roger Thomas.
Austerity Games highlights plight of young people
As the world's eyes focus on the Olympics, young people from across the country arrived on Hackney Marshes, east London, to compete in the alternative Austerity Games.
Save our jobs: We need a 24-hour general strike
Pre-emptive arrests: "straight out of 1984"
Stop NHS cuts & privatisation
Kick private profiteers out of the NHS
Exposed - the real threat of privatisation: A leaked letter to doctors from a Coventry hospital chief executive has exposed the reality of allowing the private sector into the NHS
Virgin vultures swoop on vulnerable people's services
Leicester: Not one cut in the NHS
Kirkby campaigners get support
Olympic protest as South London Healthcare trust forced into administration
Olympic victory for London bus workers
London bus workers have voted to accept the Olympics bonus deal offered by all companies operating Transport for London routes
Solidarity with PCS members fighting to defend services
RMT demo in Portsmouth against Condor's 'sweatships'
Remploy strike a big success
Workplace news in brief
TV review: "What have the Olympics done for me?"
BBC Three's Free Speech series recently held a discussion on the Olympic Games. The main topic was on the question "what have the Olympics done for me?", writes Paul Callanan, Youth Fight for Jobs national organiser.
Socialist Party appeal & news
Save our server!
The Socialist Party has launched an appeal to raise £12,000 to enable us to buy a new computer server. We are getting a great response from Socialist Party members and readers of the Socialist, writes Ken Douglas.
Summer printing schedule
Socialist Party Summer Camp