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The Socialist 27 September 2017

Tories out! Corbyn in! - with socialist policies

The Socialist issue 964

Anti-austerity opposition needed to seize on Tories' weakness


Fight for free education

Freshers week campaigning reports


Women's football - Sampson allegations


Gig economy exploiter Uber loses London licence

Travel chaos for Ryanair customers as airline cancels thousands of flights

One in four teenage girls depressed - crisis made worse by cuts


Bristol: demand for no-cuts budget grows

Salford: Labour mayor needs to stop all cuts

Ledbury tenants fight for decent homes

Hundreds march against Labour council's development plan

Stop the cuts - save our vital services

Lessons of October new edition out now!


Escalate summer strike wave into coordinated action to defeat the pay cap

Birmingham bin strike: council humiliated in court battle - but war isn't over yet

Food processing workers vote for action against miserly bosses

Usdaw elections announced - fight for a left leadership, vote for Amy Murphy

Surrey County Council staff on collision course over pay freeze

CWU strike ballot to win 'Four Pillars'


Strike against Madrid's 'state of emergency'!

German elections: rise of the far right and right-wing government will provoke resistance

French Labour reform protests

 
 
 
 
 

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French Labour reform protests

Jean-Luc Mélenchon buys a copy

Jean-Luc Mélenchon buys a copy   (Click to enlarge)

Thousands demonstrated in Paris, France, on 23 September in opposition to the labour reforms of President Macron. The protest was organised by Jean-Luc Mélenchon, a left-wing presidential candidate and leader of La France Insoumise (Unbowed France) who claimed 150,000 attended. At the protest Mélenchon bought a copy of L'Egalité, the paper of the Socialist Party's sister party in France. Unions and workers are fighting the changes to the French Code du Travail that they say would make their position more precarious and give bosses greater flexibility to hire and fire. They are also protesting against the reforms trade unionists blocked access to several fuel depots on 24 September and the workers' unions have threatened a fuel strike.


In this issue


What we think

Anti-austerity opposition needed to seize on Tories' weakness


Socialist Party youth and students

Fight for free education

Freshers week campaigning reports


Sport

Women's football - Sampson allegations


Socialist Party news and analysis

Gig economy exploiter Uber loses London licence

Travel chaos for Ryanair customers as airline cancels thousands of flights

One in four teenage girls depressed - crisis made worse by cuts


Socialist Party reports and campaigns

Bristol: demand for no-cuts budget grows

Salford: Labour mayor needs to stop all cuts

Ledbury tenants fight for decent homes

Hundreds march against Labour council's development plan

Stop the cuts - save our vital services

Lessons of October new edition out now!


Socialist Party workplace news

Escalate summer strike wave into coordinated action to defeat the pay cap

Birmingham bin strike: council humiliated in court battle - but war isn't over yet

Food processing workers vote for action against miserly bosses

Usdaw elections announced - fight for a left leadership, vote for Amy Murphy

Surrey County Council staff on collision course over pay freeze

CWU strike ballot to win 'Four Pillars'


International socialist news and analysis

Strike against Madrid's 'state of emergency'!

German elections: rise of the far right and right-wing government will provoke resistance

French Labour reform protests


 

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