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15 February 2017

Foreign aid's not the problem - it's capitalist thieves

Twenty-four times as much money is looted from poor countries in the global south than is sent in aid

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15 February 2017

Super-rich subsidised

The 'precariat' is costing public funds nearly 4 billion a year in lost taxation and benefits

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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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1 February 2017

Tamil Nadu mass protests against state repression

In December 2016 it was reported that India had surpassed Britain to become the sixth largest economy in the world. However, India is one of the most unequal countries with the richest 1% holding 58% of overall wealth. For the poorest and those suffering oppression, life in India is brutal.

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25 January 2017

Don't we need competition to spur on progress?

Capitalist myth-buster! Human beings have always striven to understand more about our world, to test ourselves and to improve our lives

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25 January 2017

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Pensioner poverty; troublesome taxes; private profiteering.

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7 December 2016

Italy: Establishment routed - workers alternative needed

In January 2014, on the day that Matteo Renzi took office, Contro Corrente wrote that it was the beginning of the end for him

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7 December 2016

Workers can fight Uber-style care

A new, Uber-style care service has been launched in Britain.

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30 November 2016

Time to fight low pay

Worst decade for living standards since 1920s: Years of pay freezes, rises in living costs and benefit changes mean family incomes are growing more slowly now than during the immediate post-2008 crash.

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30 November 2016

Brexit spin: demand a real workers' exit

Editorial of the Socialist: Tory Chancellor Phillip Hammond's Autumn Statement estimated the cost of the Brexit vote at 59 billion - to come out of the pockets of working-class people.

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24 November 2016

Autumn Statement: No reprieve for the 'just-about managing' - or the 'not managing'

The Chancellor claimed the Tories are building an "economy that works for everyone"

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23 November 2016

Tories plan pain with Brexit Autumn Statement

Fight the cuts, fight for a socialist Brexit: The Tories have used fears around Brexit to lower expectations for Chancellor Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement.

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23 November 2016

Job figures mask casualisation

For real jobs, not 'gig economy': Unemployment levels are at their lowest for eleven years. However, when you scrape below the surface of the headlines, then for ordinary people there is little to celebrate.

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2 November 2016

EU-Canada trade deal battle points to Corbyn's Brexit opportunity

The saga of the on-off-and-on again EU-Canada trade agreement holds important lessons for how Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters could use the Brexit negotiations to build European-wide workers' opposition to the EU bosses' club.

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2 November 2016

Fight for decent jobs for all

Those working in the 'gig economy' will be over the moon at the recent legal victory of Uber drivers.

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2 November 2016

Heathrow expansion exposes Tory divisions

For an integrated, environmentally sound, socialist transport system: The recent decision by the cabinet to go ahead with building a third runway at Heathrow has enormous implications for workers at Heathrow and for the local communities. What view should socialists take?

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2 November 2016

Will workers on company boards make bosses accountable?

Claiming the Tories to be the "party of workers", Theresa May has said there will be consumers and workers represented on company boards, while employment rights will be protected and enhanced. But will this work?

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