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8 January 2014

South Africa: Numsa's bold and historic decision to cut ties with the ANC

Delegates at the special congress of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) have taken the bold and historic decision to cut ties with the governing party, the African National Congress (ANC)

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PCS strike on budget day, 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

8 January 2014

Another year of mass struggles beckons

Appeal of socialist change will grow: Peter Taaffe, general secretary of the Socialist Party, reviews the developments and events of 2013 in Britain and worldwide, and discusses further struggles in 2014 and the development of the workers' movement

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11 December 2013

Message to our readers and contributors

The Socialist thanks our readers and subscribers for your support during 2013. Without your continued financial support it would be difficult to maintain the weekly paper, writes In solidarity,.

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Tory London Mayor Boris Johnson, photo Paul Mattsson

4 December 2013

Boris - it's the system, stupid

Boris Johnson, the London Tory mayor, thinks working class people are poor because they are of low intelligence. These kinds of views are common among Tories as they need to justifiy the grotesque inequality that their system, capitalism, causes

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4 December 2013

Film review: Catching Fire

Mary Finch reviews Catching Fire, part two of the popular Hunger Games trilogy

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27 November 2013

Nigeria: A political party of the working class is born

Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) holds inaugural convention:

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Greece: Xekinima - Socialist Internationalist Organisation, sister party of the Socialist Party in England and Wales, at the anti-government demo at Thessaloniki, September 2013, photo Xekinima

Greece: Xekinima - Socialist Internationalist Organisation, sister party of the Socialist Party in England and Wales, at the anti-government demo at Thessaloniki, September 2013, photo Xekinima

27 November 2013

Europe - centre of capitalist crisis

Despite capitalist 'experts' predicting that the world economy would by now be experiencing 'escape velocity', capitalism is still in deep crisis. And Europe is most acutely affected, writes Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary.

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Kshama Sawant, photo by Socialist Alternative

Kshama Sawant

13 November 2013

US election campaigns: Socialists make history

Long-time Seattle City Council member Richard Conlin conceded to Socialist Alternative challenger Kshama Sawant last Friday evening, after new election numbers showed her 1,640 votes ahead and with an ever-widening lead in the race for ‘Position 2‘ on the council.

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23 October 2013

How red is Ed?

A few popular, focus-group tested words by Ed Miliband at Labour Party conference had an effect. But just how red is Ed really? Peter Taaffe writes.

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16 October 2013

Trade union-led anti-racist demo

Thousands joined an anti-EDL demonstration in Liverpool, called by Unite the Union

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16 October 2013

Join the party for the millions - not the millionaires

Cuts of £155 billion to services and benefits for the elderly, the young, workers and families are being implemented. Yet the wealth of the richest 1,000 people in Britain rose by more than that in the last three years alone!

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9 October 2013

The 1913 Dublin Lockout and its true legacy

"Crushing Larkin: The Tycoon Who Saved Dublin From Anarchy". That was the headline splashed across the front page of the September 2013 issue of Irish magazine Business Plus

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Part of the Newport chartist mural depicting workers struggles which was smashed up by council developers, photo by Dave Reid

Part of the Newport chartist mural depicting workers struggles which was smashed up by council developers, photo by Dave Reid

9 October 2013

Newport council destroys workers' mural

Over 500 angry people protested on 5 October against Newport Labour council and Queensberry property developers' destruction of the town's Chartist mural.

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TUC demonstration in Manchester against Tory Party conference 29/09/13 demands Save our NHS, photo Paul Mattsson

Pic Paul Mattsson

2 October 2013

Capitalist parties offer nothing to the 99%

What we say: Tory conference has not yet heard from Cameron but the crucial words "Even more misery" have been omitted from the conference centre's billboard

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25 September 2013

Rotten, wasteful capitalism has to go - the case for a socialist alternative

The pioneer of the NHS in Britain, Aneurin Bevan, drove the bill through parliament to establish what became a treasure of the British people, particularly for the working class and the poor writes Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary.

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TUC demo 26 March 2011 - for a 24 hour General Strike now, photo Senan

TUC demo 26 March 2011 - for a 24 hour General Strike now, photo Senan

18 September 2013

Britain: a seething cauldron of class anger

The historic defeat of Prime Minister David Cameron's plans to bomb Syria was only the latest in a long list of crises, but Labour is failing spectacularly to forge ahead in the polls.

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11 September 2013

Art review: The vanity of small differences

It is rare today for an artist's work to address the existence of class. The self-appointed arbiters of culture tell us that class is outdated and irrelevant save for the occasional, fearful, pause to shout 'chav' at working class youth

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28 August 2013

The role of a workers' rep

The excellent interview with Glynn Doherty (Socialist 776) showed a week of activity representing members, whether at employment tribunals, directly with the employer or running a "drop in centre" for members

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14 August 2013

A tale of two Britains

What We think: For a tiny few at the top Britain is really booming. When the Sunday Times first published its Rich List in 1989, the combined wealth of Britain's 200 richest people was £38 billion (£80 billion today). By 2013 it had increased to £318.2 billion

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14 August 2013

Tunisia: Mobilise to bring down the government

Since the murder of the left-leaning leader Mohamed Brahmi on 25 July a cascade of mass protests, including a general strike on 26 July, has shaken every corner of Tunisia

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