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7 March 2013
Hannah Sell discusses the key economic, political and social issues which will shape Britain in the coming months.
6 March 2013
MP3 audio recordings of the opening introductions of the first two sessions of Socialist Party congress 2013
22 August 2012
22 August 2012: Available for seven days on the BBC iplayer, listen to Hannah Sell, Socialist Party's Deputy General Secretary, who explains that only 10% of the cuts have been carried out, yet there has already been a 250% increase in youth unemployment in 2011, while Ruth Porter, Communications Di...
12 January 2012
Following the strike of two million public-sector workers in November, the fight to safeguard pensions hangs in the balance.
Socialist Party deputy general secretary Hannah Sell reports on this crucial stage of the battle.
7 December 2011
"We are the 99%" - that has been the rallying call of the year. Worldwide, 2011 will go down in history as a year when the working class rose up, writes Hannah Sell
6 July 2011
Those who took part in the strike action are now walking a head taller. A new generation has been imbued with the confidence that comes from taking part in effective collective action.
After the superb 30 June strikes, Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary, addresses the question everyone is asking...
27 January 2011
"Mervyn King says we'll all have to take a big pay cut if the economy is to recover. Are we all in it together?" Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary, argues that we are not in it together
17 December 2010
Socialism 2010, hosted by the Socialist Party, was a great success
14 October 2010
All across Europe workers and young people face the austerity axe. And all across Europe there is a fight to defend jobs and services against governments who are determined to do the bidding of big business...
7 October 2010
Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary, spoke at a London Socialist Party joint meeting with Socialist Students on Wednesday 6th October at the University of London union in central London...
24 September 2010
Lessons of how Thatcher was defeated, By Hannah Sell, Socialist Party Deputy General Secretary.
There is no alternative to pain. This is the deafening drumbeat of the capitalist politicians and media. Tory prime minister David Cameron claims he has no choice but to take "tough" decisions and to carry out cuts that will "affect our whole way of life for years to come."
24 June 2010
Hannah Sell, the Socialist Party's deputy general secretary was to debate which social class is most affected by the latest budget on the BBC's Jeremy Vine show...
9 June 2010
'There is no alternative to pain'. This is the deafening drumbeat of the capitalist politicians and media. David Cameron claims he has no choice but to take "tough" decisions and to carry out cuts. But the Socialist Party does not accept there is no alternative to public sector cuts. Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary, explains.
5 May 2010
In a deafening protest, hundreds of Jarvis workers demanded justice outside the headquarters of Network Rail on 28 April. In total 1,200 Jarvis workers have been thrown out on the coals, writes Hannah Sell.
14 March 2010
The disgraceful article in the Observer (14 March 2010) claims to 'expose' how "an officer from a secretive unit of the Metropolitan police" was "working undercover among anti-racist groups". Lois Austin and Hannah Sell reply...
28 November 2009
Youth Fight for Jobs led more than thousand young marchers through London, as reported on BBC London news tonight, stopping to present a petition to Downing Street...
9 October 2009
Videos and mp3 of full speeches of Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary and Matt Dobson, Socialist Students national organiser, speaking at a joint Socialist Party and Socialist Student meeting, 8 October 2009, at the Covent Garden Gragon Hall, London.
30 September 2009
THE BBC has announced that Nick Griffin, leader of the far-right racist BNP, will be invited to take part in Question Time, taking place in London on 22 October.
The BBC's justification is the need for "due impartiality".
This is laughable, writes deputy general secretary Hannah Sell.
10 June 2009
No2EU-Yes to Democracy held its launch seven weeks ago. Initiated by the transport workers' union - the RMT - this hastily constructed electoral alliance succeeded in winning 153,236 votes in the European elections, writes Hannah Sell, Socialist Party deputy general secretary.
5 June 2009
Review FRIEDRICH ENGELS wrote The Condition of the Working Class in England when he was just 24 years old. Tristram Hunt says: "The power, incisiveness and prescience of Engels' polemic remains undiminished...
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