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The Socialist 16 November 2016

It's Socialism or Trumpism - build a socialist alternative to defeat the right

The Socialist issue 925

Trump victory: Failure of the Democrat establishment

Lessons for Britain: Trump victory shows the right can't beat the right


Socialism 2016: Electrifying and powerful weekend puts socialism on the agenda


Mass prison officer walkout over health and safety

Durham teaching assistants strike: 2,000 walk out

London Underground: RMT wins victory

Steel workers' pensions under threat again

Deliveroo couriers get organised

Workplace news in brief


Support the campaign to readmit expelled socialists

Secret hospital closures: bosses must come clean

1.5trn household debt - nationalise the banks!

Court win against bedroom tax not enough

Super-rich investigated


Students and workers unite and fight!


Privatisation and the 'race to the bottom'


Southampton Labour must bin Tory cuts!

Cumbria: Stop axing care home places

TUSC vindicated in censorship protest

Bristol campaigners demand anti-austerity alternative


A Street Cat Named Bob: tale of neglect by capitalism

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The Socialist 16 November 2016, It's Socialism or Trumpism - build a socialist alternative to defeat the right

It's Socialism or Trumpism

spotTrump victory: Failure of the Democrat establishment

Working people, minorities and women must fight back: Following Donald Trump's presidential victory we publish an analysis by Socialist Alternative (SA), our co-thinkers in the US, written by Philip Locker and Tom Crean.

spotLessons for Britain: Trump victory shows the right can't beat the right

Socialism 2016

spotSocialism 2016: Electrifying and powerful weekend puts socialism on the agenda

Struggle, internationalism and socialism, these ideas - and how powerful they can be in action - electrified the magnificent rallies and workshops of the Socialism 2016 weekend.

spotMass prison officer walkout over health and safety

The last issue of the Socialist published an article by a prison officer detailing the reasons for the crisis in the prisons and calling for action. On 15 November action was taken.

spotDurham teaching assistants strike: 2,000 walk out

spotLondon Underground: RMT wins victory

spotSteel workers' pensions under threat again

spotDeliveroo couriers get organised

spotWorkplace news in brief

spotSupport the campaign to readmit expelled socialists

75 socialists, with more than a thousand years' membership of the Labour Party between them, have collectively applied to the Labour Party's national executive committee (NEC) to be readmitted.

spotSecret hospital closures: bosses must come clean

spot1.5trn household debt - nationalise the banks!

spotCourt win against bedroom tax not enough

spotSuper-rich investigated

spotStudents and workers unite and fight!

"Students and workers: unite and fight!" This chant will ring out on London's streets on 19 November.

Privatisation and the 'race to the bottom'

spotPrivatisation and the 'race to the bottom'

Feature about privatisation including: Casualisation in education, health service workers - a history of struggle and fighting trade unions - key to defending conditions.

spotSouthampton Labour must bin Tory cuts!

Southampton Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) campaigners, including Socialist Party members, staged a protest on 15 November outside the city's civic centre against cuts to the weekly bin collection service.

spotCumbria: Stop axing care home places

spotTUSC vindicated in censorship protest

spotBristol campaigners demand anti-austerity alternative

Socialist readers' comments and reviews

spotA Street Cat Named Bob: tale of neglect by capitalism

Film review: 'A Street Cat Named Bob' is the heart-warming story of a man trying to beat addiction and homelessness with the support of his pet cat.

spotThe Socialist Inbox