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The Socialist 14 December 2016

NHS crisis: we're fighting back

The Socialist issue 929

NHS crisis: we're fighting back!

End the Tories' war on the working poor

Amazon workers living in tents

Pfizer drug extortion - nationalise big pharma!

Trust in politicians reaches all-time low

No to home seizures for care bills

Them & Us


Establishment EU crisis deepens - fight for a socialist Brexit


What kind of education?

Education for all - not exam factories


CWI: opportunities for substantial growth


Glasgow Labour leaders deluged with protests

Victory for UPS parcel workers

Nationalise Tata Steel to save jobs and pensions

Bin workers strike against draconian management

Derby TAs to strike against pay cut

Southern: back the strike, nationalise the railways!


Birmingham Labour: Corbyn supporters need not apply

The Socialist Party and fighting women's oppression

Doncaster: cuts give rise to 'tent city'

Scrooge Tory council confronted over treatment of homeless


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The Socialist 14 December 2016, NHS crisis: we're fighting back

spotNHS crisis: we're fighting back!

Health workers up and down the country are bracing themselves for a winter crisis. The situation has reached a tipping point in recent years. Is it any wonder that around the country a mood of anger and rebellion is rapidly developing?

spotEnd the Tories' war on the working poor

spotAmazon workers living in tents

spotPfizer drug extortion - nationalise big pharma!

spotTrust in politicians reaches all-time low

spotNo to home seizures for care bills

spotThem & Us

spotEstablishment EU crisis deepens - fight for a socialist Brexit

It doesn't take a political genius to spot that the Tories are at war with each other. Corbyn's Labour has to go on the attack and push for a working class alternative in the move towards Brexit.

A socialist programme for education

spotWhat kind of education?

Teacher trade unionists have been engaged in a bitter struggle to defend education. As socialists, though, we don't simply see our role as a defensive one, but to offer a way out of the chaos: a socialist education programme.

spotEducation for all - not exam factories

spotCWI: opportunities for substantial growth

CWI international executive committee report: Important developments for the Committee for a Workers' International, the world socialist organisation which the Socialist Party is part of, mean it is heading towards a hugely important qualitative advance for the genuine forces of Trotskyism internationally.

spotGlasgow Labour leaders deluged with protests

The attempted scabbing operation by Glasgow Labour council in an effort to undermine Unison's strike action against privatisation of ICT services has been pushed back.

spotVictory for UPS parcel workers

spotNationalise Tata Steel to save jobs and pensions

spotBin workers strike against draconian management

spotDerby TAs to strike against pay cut

spotSouthern: back the strike, nationalise the railways!

spotBirmingham Labour: Corbyn supporters need not apply

The Birmingham board of the Labour Party is reported to have voted to exclude all members who joined on or after July 2015 from selecting Labour candidates for the 2018 local elections.

spotThe Socialist Party and fighting women's oppression

spotDoncaster: cuts give rise to 'tent city'

spotScrooge Tory council confronted over treatment of homeless

Comment and review

spotIt's the bumper Socialist 2016 quiz!

Here's the editors' test of our readers' knowledge. All the questions are themed from articles which appeared in the Socialist this year. You don't have to resort to using a search engine - the answers are below!

spot2016 sounds for your stocking

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