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25 May 2016
Letters to the editors: EU, Paul Mason and nukes, Leicester FC, board game, Michelle Bridge 1973-2016.
24 February 2016
Lambeth Momentum's leadership is on a rightward trajectory, but some younger members are still looking for a serious fightback.
27 January 2016
Haringey Labour councillor Gideon Bull has been suspended from the Labour group for opposing cuts to the adult care service.
13 January 2016
The 1% and their cronies at the head of the mass media and BBC want to defend their privileged lifestyles. They have no answer to the anti-austerity anger which propelled Jeremy Corbyn to head of Labour. So they resort to sensationalism and distraction.
18 December 2015
Jermaine Baker was shot during an alleged attempt to spring two convicts from a prison van
9 December 2015
It's the quiz of 2015, compiled by the Socialist. The questions are drawn from articles covering events in the UK and internationally during the last year. Good luck and season's greetings.
9 December 2015
The drama that has played out in the community of Walthamstow, east London, in the last week is a sign of the fault lines which could affect Labour MPs everywhere. In the absence of Corbyn whipping his MPs, the struggle to compel them to vote against bombing Syria instead took to the streets and working class communities.
11 November 2015
Clive Walder, a long-standing Socialist Party member in the CWU had an appeal against unfair dismissal rejected by British Telecom on 9 November, confirming his sacking after 38 years of service.
4 November 2015
We are not a paper like any other. Our journalists are Socialist Party members and supporters: workers, trade unionists, young people, community campaigners
14 October 2015
After four and a half long, bloody years of civil war in Syria - with over a quarter of a million dead and eleven million displaced - there is still no end in sight
30 September 2015
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9 September 2015
Short dispatches on the different worlds of capitalists and workers. Rebekah Brooks returns to top job as poor people are encouraged to wrongly plead guilty. Refugee crisis, train station loo charges, British Airways pay cut scandal.
1 September 2015
"Fat cats 22%, workers 1.5%!" said a striker's placard on the picket line at Indesit's Old Trafford depot
11 March 2015
Everywhere you go, if there is struggle against austerity you'll probably find people talking about Russell Brand. His book Revolution describes itself as "the beginning of a conversation that will change the world"
3 December 2014
Unite Press Release: Over 500 EDF energy workers began voting in an industrial action ballot today (Wednesday 3 December) as a row over pay and spurious disciplinary cases deepens, following confirmation of the sacking of a driver who allegedly ate a 'Dairylea Dunker' while driving
24 October 2014
Russell Brand speaks up for people who need a voice in a society run for the 1%. We're told there is 'no alternative' to austerity - but there is. The 'Socialism 2014' rally has speakers with incredible records of struggle and victories for the 99%
15 October 2014
This year, we celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Socialist and its predecessor Militant. We are proud of our record of reporting on the struggles and views of workers ignored by the rest of the press
16 July 2014
Never before have the institutions of British capitalism been so distrusted.
6 May 2014
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition is hosting a press event on Friday 9th May
19 February 2014
Cowards flinching and traitors sneering a plenty but not a single principled Labour councillor willing to vote against Con-Dem cuts
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