The Socialist

The Socialist 23 April 2014

Hungry Britain: Fight for jobs and a living wage for all

The Socialist issue 808

Hungry Britain: Fight for jobs and a living wage for all

New figures reveal capitalism in crisis - not recovery

Scotland: Capitalist 'Project Fear' backfiring?

Why is there a housing crisis?

Zero-hour contracts damage your health

Them & Us


Building Socialist Alternative in the United States

China: labour disputes soar


Over 550 TUSC no-cuts candidates in place


Every job matters: Support the Tube workers' strike

Care UK workers stepping up the action

Don't let Gove wreck education!

Rail workers prepare for action

CWU conference: Renationalise Royal Mail!

Workplace news in brief


In the fight to defend our NHS, know your enemy

The Broad Left Organising Committee

Workers' Memorial Day: strike for safety

25 years after Hillsborough

 
 
 
 

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The Socialist 23 April 2014, Hungry Britain: Fight for jobs and a living wage for all

spotHungry Britain: Fight for jobs and a living wage for all

Mitie cleaning workers striking for decent pay on 21 January 2014, photo Neil Cafferky

One million people are now being fed by food banks. In an effort to cut across the horror and sympathy this figure generated, government sources have denounced the author, Trussell Trust charity

spotNew figures reveal capitalism in crisis - not recovery

spotScotland: Capitalist 'Project Fear' backfiring?

spotWhy is there a housing crisis?

spotZero-hour contracts damage your health

spotThem & Us

spotBuilding Socialist Alternative in the United States

Kshama Sawant's election as city councillor in Seattle has received repeated national media attention, writes Socialist Alternative.

spotChina: labour disputes soar

spotOver 550 TUSC no-cuts candidates in place

TUSC candidates on the UN anti-racism day demo in London, 22 March 2014, photo Paula Mitchell

As we go to press the candidate count for the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition's no-cuts challenge in May's local elections has reached 554, with a few days to go before nominations close

spotEvery job matters: Support the Tube workers' strike

RMT: London Underground workers are defending jobs and a public service, photo Paul Mattsson

RMT members working on London Underground (LU) will strike on 28-30 April and 5-8 May. This is because talks at Acas with LU have failed to make any progress

spotCare UK workers stepping up the action

spotDon't let Gove wreck education!

spotRail workers prepare for action

spotCWU conference: Renationalise Royal Mail!

spotWorkplace news in brief

Readers' comments

spotIn the fight to defend our NHS, know your enemy

Demonstration against NHS cuts at Whipps Cross hospital, East London 21 September 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

In their attempts to destroy the NHS the government has established local organisations under the guise of local accountability

spotThe Broad Left Organising Committee

Organising militant workers: Thirty years ago a national conference took place in Sheffield organised by the Broad Left Organising Committee (Bloc)

spotWorkers' Memorial Day: strike for safety

spot25 years after Hillsborough