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20 June 2012

Secret History of the Streets, Deptford High Street

TV review: A previous BBC TV programme, The Tower, about Deptford in south London, said that the area was full of drunks and criminals and the 'cure' was to move in rich yuppies, writes Pete Redfarn.

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6 June 2012

Ireland: Austerity Treaty

Pyrrhic victory for the political establishment will rebound: The 31 May referendum on the Fiscal Treaty in Ireland was passed by a 60/40 margin on the basis of a turnout of 51%...

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Demonstration in Greece during 48 hour general strike

16 May 2012

Solidarity with Greek workers

Voters - not only in Greece but also in the recent French presidential elections, the German regional elections, in Italy's local elections and indeed in the UK - have punished the ruling parties for making the working and middle classes pay for the failure of the capitalist profit system

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All three main parties accept capitalism and austerity - Sheffield TUSC protest, photo Sheffield Socialist Party

TUSC protest

2 May 2012

Don't accept the misery of austerity

Britain is in the depths of economic recession. The threat of unemployment, poverty and even homelessness hangs over the lives of millions of people. Unemployment is climbing towards three million...

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18 April 2012

The revolting philanthropy of the filthy rich

Oxford and Cambridge, universities of the elite, are "in revolt" against Chancellor George Osborne's plans to curb tax breaks the filthy rich gain from charitable donations, writes Pete Mason.

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Mass Trespass won the right the roam

Mass Trespass won the right the roam

18 April 2012

1932 - mass trespass won the right to roam

Battling for change: The latest crisis in capitalism has given rise to the 'Occupy' movement, a visible and youthful protest at the unequal ownership and distribution of wealth...

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Socialism Today May 2012, picture, Paul Mattsson

Socialism Today May 2012

18 April 2012

The pensions' battle continues

The need for concerted strike action against Con-Dem cuts in the public sector is more urgent than ever. Central to that struggle is the ongoing battle to stop the government forcing workers to work longer, pay more and get less. Peter Taaffe reports.

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11 April 2012

London Mayor election - Boris versus Ken

Does Livingstone offer a working class alternative?: In this year's London mayoral election, the personalities of the self-styled mavericks - current mayor Boris Johnson and former mayor Ken Livingstone - dominate

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Karl Marx: Profit is 'the unpaid labour of the working class'

Marx: Profit is 'the unpaid labour of the working class'

15 March 2012

Capitalism isn't working: Time to fight for socialist change

Unless you are part of the richest 1% then life under austerity is getting increasingly difficult. Peter Taaffe looks at the nature of capitalism

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15 March 2012

World developments show - capitalism is crisis

"When the present devastating world crisis of capitalism broke, the Socialist Party and the CWI drew bold far-reaching conclusions: that this time there would be no quick or easy way out for capitalism and that arising from this we would see a period of revolution and counter-revolution"

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15 March 2012

Britain: working class begins to 'rise like lions'

A vitally important discussion among delegates focussed on the deep and protracted crisis in capitalism, and the impact of the government's austerity measures on Britain, writes Dave Carr.

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30 June coordinated strike action by the PCS civil service union and NUT, ATL and UCU teaching unions, photo Paul Mattsson

Photo Paul Mattsson

7 March 2012

International Women's Day 2012

For more than a century, 8 March has been the day to commemorate and celebrate the fight of working class and revolutionary women for a better deal and a socialist society, writes Remembering the struggles and victories of women workers.

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8 February 2012

Tory policies hit women hardest

Louise Mensch, a rich, privileged Tory MP, is trying desperately to reinvent her party as supporters of feminism, writes Helen Ridett.

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Anti-government demonstrations during the 20102011 Tunisian uprising, photo Creative commons

Anti-government demonstrations during the 20102011 Tunisian uprising, photo Creative commons

1 February 2012

Interview: the Tunisian revolution one year on

"Revolution is a process, not a single act": 14 January marked the first anniversary of the downfall of the hated dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali by the Tunisian revolution

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Unions like Unite have donated millions to Labour but Labour promises nothing in return to union members, photo Paul Mattsson

Unions like Unite have donated millions to Labour but Labour promises nothing in return to union members, photo Paul Mattsson

25 January 2012

The trade unions and Labour

What we think: Labour lords voted against the introduction of the benefit cap which threatens 67,000 families with poverty and homelessness. Yet Liam Byrne, shadow Work and Pensions secretary, made it abundantly clear Labour supports the cap.

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18 January 2012

Cameron's attack on Scottish independence referendum backfires

National tensions over the issue of Scottish independence were raised significantly following the recent blundering intervention of David Cameron and the Con-Dem coalition, writes Philip Stott, Socialist Party Scotland.

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 N30: two million public sector workers went on strike on 30 November 2011, photo by Paul Mattsson

N30: Pic Paul Mattsson

12 January 2012

Pensions: the fight continues

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.

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World in Turmoil

4 January 2012

A world in turmoil

In this special new year feature, Peter Taaffe looks back at 2011, a year of crisis, struggle and revolution. This article is based on a statement prepared for the Committee for a Workers' International, the world socialist organisation to which the Socialist Party is affiliated.

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4 January 2012

Review: Days of Hope

Recently film director Ken Loach contrasted the BBC of the 1960s and 70s, which allowed a degree of political commitment and artistic freedom, with today's conservative, commercially driven programme making...

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4 January 2012

Nigeria: Boko Haram's Christmas Day bombings

Among the more audacious previous attacks of Boko Haram were the bombings of the National Police headquarters and the United Nations office in the capital, Abuja, writes Segun Sango, General secretary, Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM - CWI, Nigeria).

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