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The Socialist 22 November 2017

Unite to kick out the Tories

The Socialist issue 972

Budget: lying Hammond says no unemployed


What does the left victory in Scottish Labour mean?


Zimbabwe: Mugabe gone - but his regime remains in power

Australia: massive yes vote for marriage equality

Trump's tax attacks


Scotland: BiFab workers' occupation and march secures jobs and pay guarantee

Usdaw general secretary coronation

Leeds college workers protest poor pay rises

Virgin train workers vote for strike action over pay

Sheffield Eastern Ave Job Centre strike ends


Posh estate agent's housing crisis solution: make your own sandwiches

Them & us

Councils' 1bn on commercial property


NHS cuts kill!

Gentrification on the terraces: fans say twenty's plenty

Carbon dioxide hits 800,000-year high: end profit-driven pollution


Lively student demonstration for free education could have been much bigger

Socialism 2017 Socialist Students meet-up


Nottingham 'Reclaim the Night' march highlights cuts

Southampton: Corbynista success but cuts continue


Disability cuts outrage: my story

Left comic's take on politics will have you in tears

The Socialist inbox

 
 
 
 
 

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Socialism 2017 Socialist Students meet-up

Socialism 2017, photo Mary Finch

Socialism 2017, photo Mary Finch   (Click to enlarge)

Amid the busy atmosphere of Saturday afternoon at Socialism 2017 on 11 November, 30 or so Socialist Students activists found the time to get together to discuss the upcoming budget day protests.

Students reported that this academic year has seen a new determined crop of students coming into the Socialist Students societies who are committed to campaigning for Jeremy Corbyn's promise of free education and an end to austerity.

Socialist Students is prepared to respond to potentially volatile events in the lead up to Theresa May's attempt to pass a budget with a crumbling government.

Plans have already been made for a series of protests in places such as Cardiff, Leeds and London. Members are being flexible in their strategy and organising not just around free education but also key local demands.

For example, the University of Southampton has just announced plans to cut 75 academic jobs. As a result Socialist Students has adopted the slogan 'no job cuts, save all jobs' for our protest on 22 November, as well as inviting the university's trade unions to join us.

Pressure over the budget will exacerbate the existing splits in the Tory government. Socialist Students knows that the government is likely to need a shove for it to fall.

We are doing our bit to build a vibrant student movement to be the force that topples the Tories and makes Corbyn's manifesto a reality.

Josh Asker, Southampton Socialist Party

In this issue


What we think

Budget: lying Hammond says no unemployed


Scottish Labour

What does the left victory in Scottish Labour mean?


International socialist news and analysis

Zimbabwe: Mugabe gone - but his regime remains in power

Australia: massive yes vote for marriage equality

Trump's tax attacks


Workplace news and analysis

Scotland: BiFab workers' occupation and march secures jobs and pay guarantee

Usdaw general secretary coronation

Leeds college workers protest poor pay rises

Virgin train workers vote for strike action over pay

Sheffield Eastern Ave Job Centre strike ends


Housing crisis

Posh estate agent's housing crisis solution: make your own sandwiches

Them & us

Councils' 1bn on commercial property


Socialist Party news and analysis

NHS cuts kill!

Gentrification on the terraces: fans say twenty's plenty

Carbon dioxide hits 800,000-year high: end profit-driven pollution


Socialist Students

Lively student demonstration for free education could have been much bigger

Socialism 2017 Socialist Students meet-up


Socialist Party reports and campaigns

Nottingham 'Reclaim the Night' march highlights cuts

Southampton: Corbynista success but cuts continue


Socialist readers' comments and reviews

Disability cuts outrage: my story

Left comic's take on politics will have you in tears

The Socialist inbox


 

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