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6 January 2016

Letters

Letters to the editors of the Socialist. Labour's right wingers are the real bullies, not the left; New Labour grandees rewarded by the banks.

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28 October 2009

Darling you're talking rubbish!

WHAT A turnaround. Just a couple of weeks ago, chancellor Alistair Darling, claimed he could see the green shoots of economic recovery. Many media commentators said so too. Then the Office for National...

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7 October 2009

Not to Darling's pay freeze

CHANCELLOR ALISTAIR Darling's rank political opportunism - announcing a pay freeze on 40,000 top civil servants during the Tory Party conference - reeks of hypocrisy...

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16 September 2009

Cardiff: Youth Fight for Jobs

Youth Fight for Jobs members from Cardiff and the Welsh Valleys held a protest last Tuesday when Alistair Darling came to Cardiff to announce cuts in public spending, writes Lana Morgan.

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Scotland council workers strike, photo International Socialists

Scotland council workers strike, photo International Socialists

7 July 2009

Action now to defend public sector

THE BATTLE lines are being drawn in the public sector. Chancellor Alistair Darling has warned of a 'tight squeeze' on the pay of six million public sector workers. Nancy Taaffe, a trade union activist in Waltham Forest, says it is time to fight back.

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Workers occupied Visteon Enfield, photo Paul Mattsson

Workers occupied Visteon Enfield, photo Paul Mattsson

22 April 2009

Fight the cuts!

Big business parties attack our services: Whether a Labour or a Tory government is elected at the next general election, either will try to make extensive public spending cuts, writes Judy Beishon.

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25 November 2008

Alistair Darling's pre Budget Report: Pain now, pay later

Alistair Darling reads the beginners guide to the economy, cartoon by Suz

Alistair Darling - learning about capitalism? cartoon by Suz

The government's Pre Budget Report (PBR), presented by Alistair Darling, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, marks a new stage in the developing economic crisis by proposing to inject £20 billion of public money into the economy partly through tax cuts to try and minimise the effects of the recession...

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2 September 2008

'Them and us' economy hits the rocks

PCS Passport workers on strike in Belfast, photo Peter Hadden

Major struggles are inevitable - trade union action needed to protect our future. Picture: PCS Passport workers on strike in Belfast, photo Peter Hadden


"The economic times we are facing are arguably the worst they've been in 60 years", blurted out chancellor Alistair Darling in an unguarded moment on his summer holiday, writes Dave Reid.

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22 April 2008

Editorial: Brown's government lurching from pillar to post

Over £50 billion is being handed to fat cat bankers while five million low-paid workers are losing out from the abolition of the 10p tax band...

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16 April 2008

Housing crisis: Britain's house of cards

AS THE US economy moves sharply downwards, the threat of a crash in the British housing market is becoming ever more real, writes Marc Glasscoe, Socialist Party Lincoln.

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19 March 2008

Darling's 'more of the same' budget

Editorial: "The most wrenching since the end of the second world war" is how Alan Greenspan, ex-head of the US Federal Reserve, described the current crisis engulfing the US economy...

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