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11 June 2014

World Cup carnival can't hide corruption and injustice

It is impossible not to notice that the World Cup has begun. While it may send some people scurrying for the TV remote, billions of football fans across the globe have been looking forward to one of the

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11 June 2014

Them & Us

PFI profit machine: Private Finance Initiative (PFI) schemes in the NHS, schools, councils, etc, are notorious for being a gigantic rip-off of the public purse

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15 Now has won a $15 an hour minimum wage in Seattle

4 June 2014

US: How Seattle won a $15 minimum wage

Seattle is the first major US city to pass a $15 an hour minimum wage. 100,000 workers will be lifted out of poverty, and millions will be inspired all over the country and around the world

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28 May 2014

Super-wealthy get richer

To join this club you need a minimum of £85 million. That's right; it's membership of the Sunday Times Rich List, featuring Britain's thousand wealthiest people

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15 Now demonstration in Seattle, USA, photo 15 Now

14 May 2014

What's socialism got to do with fighting austerity?

Each week members of the Socialist Party sell copies of the Socialist newspaper. Sellers are often questioned about socialist ideas. Here Socialist Party general secretary Peter Taaffe ‘reports’ on one such discussion as it might take place

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14 May 2014

Them & Us

Garage sale: Hardly a week passes without another example of crazy property values generated by the government-fuelled housing bubble

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Kshama Sawant on a 15 Now demonstration in Seattle, photo by Alex Garland

Kshama Sawant on a 15 Now demonstration in Seattle, photo by Alex Garland

7 May 2014

$15: Seattle shows what a movement can achieve

But Kshama Sawant says "Our work is far from done": Under intense pressure from the movement for a $15 an hour minimum wage, Seattle's establishment was forced to come forward with a proposal to significantly increase the wages for 100,000 low-paid workers

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30 April 2014

Workplace safety: It's big business as usual

As trade unionists commemorated the workplace dead and injured on Workers' Memorial Day, 28 April, it emerged that safety on the multi-billion Crossrail project in London and the South East has been compromised by a 'culture of spying and fear'

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16 April 2014

Disgusted at politicians' big business links

Why I joined the Socialist Party: I work in the Tesco distribution centre in Doncaster. My wife is a former NHS support worker, now privatised to the employment of Care UK, writes Jason Fawley.

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2 April 2014

Unplug the 'Big Six' profiteers

The massive energy price rises at the end of last year have forced 4.5 million households into fuel poverty, families deciding whether to heat their homes or to eat

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19 December 2013

Modern-day Scrooges in a Tory council

It seems that Charles Dickens' fictional heartless boss, Ebenezer Scrooge, has been surpassed by the ruling Tory group on Hammersmith and Fulham council

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4 December 2013

Why I believe in socialism

Seventeen year old Matt, a new member of York Socialist Party, gave a speech on 'why socialism' at his school

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23 October 2013

Big business lines its pockets from nuclear power

You want generous, guaranteed energy prices, fixed for 35 years? No problem if you own a French or Chinese multinational company. Bad luck if you're an ordinary consumer, writes Pete Mason.

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2 October 2013

Big business puts profits before environment

The world is heating up - this is now beyond argument. A report from the UN has now backed the 97% of climate scientists who believe human activity to be the main cause, writes Geoff Jones.

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Protest against the Israeli government's attacks on Gaza 24 November 2012, photo Paul Mattsson

Protest against the Israeli government's attacks on Gaza 24 November 2012, photo Paul Mattsson

18 September 2013

Ban this trade in death

Recently, Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) held its biennial arms fair event at the Excel arena in Newham, east London

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14 August 2013

A tale of two Britains

What We think: For a tiny few at the top Britain is really booming. When the Sunday Times first published its Rich List in 1989, the combined wealth of Britain's 200 richest people was £38 billion (£80 billion today). By 2013 it had increased to £318.2 billion

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14 August 2013

Football and big business: time to reclaim the game

At the start of the new football season, the same old robbers are wrecking the game. Since the outset of the Premier League, over 50 clubs have gone into receivership, writes John Reid.

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The Case for Socialism

The Case for Socialism

10 August 2013

What is the socialist alternative?

If the uncollected taxes of the super-rich and big corporations were collected, the deficit would be virtually wiped out at a stroke

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London support for protests ion Turkey

12 June 2013

No to G8 austerity

End the rule of big business, poverty and war: The leaders of the most powerful nations in the world will soon descend on Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, for the 17-18 June G8 Summit, writes Niall Mulholland, Committee for a Workers' International (CWI).

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We are the 99% - Take the wealth off the 1% Socialist Party placard, photo Paul Mattsson

We are the 99% - Take the wealth off the 1% Socialist Party placard, photo Paul Mattsson

22 May 2013

Big business tax avoidance scandal

Make the corporate fat cats pay! We've been robbed! Every day big corporations are stealing millions from us; millions that could be used to employ doctors and nurses, to build desperately needed houses and to reverse the massive cuts

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