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3 May 2017

Packed court laughs down cutter Joan Burton's comparison

Burton claimed to stand in the tradition of Marxist James Connolly!

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8 February 2017

Universal basic income - what do socialists say?

The idea of welfare benefits being replaced by a 'universal basic income' (UBI) has resurfaced in recent years - a welcome discussion because it raises the fundamental right of everyone to have an income that meets their basic needs. Exact proposals vary but they are all based on the idea of everyone in society receiving an unconditional, tax-free, regular payment, regardless of whether they are working or the composition of their household.

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8 February 2017

Stand with the RMT: unite against Southern Rail and the Tories

The transport union RMT, its members, and many across the union movement are fuming at the proposed Southern Rail 'deal'. It was made with the leadership of the Aslef transport union and presided over by the Trade Union Congress (TUC) - they and the Tories hope it will settle the Southern Rail dispute.

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11 January 2017

Palestine/Israel: Everyday life under occupation

Discussion at Socialism conference in Tel Aviv: Just before Christmas the United Nations security council symbolically voted 14-0 declaring Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank as illegal. A week earlier, Socialist Struggle Movement - the Israel/Palestine section of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) - hosted its annual Socialism conference in Tel Aviv.

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7 December 2016

Slump in unfair dismissal cases - scrap tribunal fees!

Workers took 73% less unfair dismissal cases to employment tribunal last year than before the government introduced fees.

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23 November 2016

Lessons of the 'N30' 2011 pension strike

The fifth anniversary of the public sector pension strike allows an opportunity to reflect on the most significant and defining trade union struggle of the recent period.

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2 November 2016

Fight the 'burning' of our museums and libraries!

On 5 November trade unions and community campaigns will march together

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26 October 2016

Jarrow March: an inspiring show of solidarity between workers and youth

Five years ago, marking the 75th anniversary of 200 unemployed workers marching from Jarrow to London, Youth Fight for Jobs followed in their footsteps

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9 December 2015

Floods reveal effect of government cuts

While the world's capitalist politicians in Paris prevaricate over measures to halt global warming, people from Carlisle in Cumbria to Chennai in India are suffering from extreme weather

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5 August 2015

Them & Us

Brief dispatches on the utter hypocrisy of bosses and their politicians.

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4 February 2015

Greece: Syriza announces anti-austerity policies

The new Syriza-led government has announced a series of policies that will come as a huge relief to Greek workers after years of brutal austerity measures that have driven many into penury

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Greek workers marching in Thessaloniki, photo Ged Travers

Greek workers marching in Thessaloniki, photo Ged Travers

28 January 2015

Syriza victory shows austerity elite can be beaten

That's the message ringing out from Greece in the aftermath of the country's parliamentary elections on 25 January

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1 May 2012

British Perspectives

This document was first drafted in January 2012 by the Socialist Party executive committee; subsequently some amendments were incorporated during a discussion at the party's congress on 10-12 March 2012...

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March to save the NHS 17 May 2011 , photo by Paul Mattsson

March to save the NHS 17 May 2011 , photo by Paul Mattsson

25 May 2011

Battling to defend the NHS

In the Con-Dems' Health and Social Care Bill the NHS faces a serious attack on its very existence. But the huge anger the Bill has inspired is putting massive pressure on the coalition government. Health workers and activists explain what needs to be done

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March to save the NHS, 17 May 2011, photo Paul Mattsson

March to save the NHS, 17 May 2011, photo Paul Mattsson

18 May 2011

Britain now facing crisis on all fronts

If splits at the top denote opposition from below, then the character of the divisions between the alleged 'partners' in the Con-Dem government means that a massive social and political revolt is brewing in Britain

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Half-million strong TUC demonstration 26 March 2011, photo by Dave Beale

TUC demonstration 26 March 2011, photo Dave Beale

8 May 2011

Government Con-Demned at ballot box

The general election of May 2010 seems a lifetime ago. For the 1,000 richest people in Britain, whose wealth has increased by 18%, the year that followed has been a resounding success.

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National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) on the May Day 2011 in central London, photo Paul Mattsson

National Shop Stewards Network (NSSN) on the May Day 2011 in central London, photo Paul Mattsson

4 May 2011

Cracks grow in Con-Dem coalition

From the start the Con-Dem government has been weak. The Tories were forced into a coalition because they could not win a mandate for massive cuts in public spending. With the biggest drop in family income since 1977, and the cuts starting to bite, the unpopularity of the government has grown dramatically. As a result, the cracks in the coalition are widening.

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24 March 2011

How can we stop them?

The government is trying to cow the working class by the sheer scale of the cuts. Two thirds of public-sector bodies are reported to be making job cuts...

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9 February 2011

Demonstrating against cuts in Grimsby

On 29 January, students and workers united in a bid to make their voices heard about the recent cuts brought about by the coalition government...

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1 September 2010

Labour's three stooges aid Con-Dem coalition

THREE FORMER Labour cabinet members are now acting as advisers to the Con-Dem coalition. Prime Minister Cameron has appointed Alan Milburn his 'social mobility tsar', who is supposed to help break down...

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