In this issue:
The Socialist 1 April 2015, No cuts to welfare!
No cuts to welfare!
The planned cuts will hit disabled people and their carers, photo Paul Mattsson
Brutal Tory axe to fall on poor: The Tories plan to savagely cut £12 billion from welfare benefits. This brutal axe will fall on disabled people and carers, among many low-income and vulnerable households
Save our schools
How to fight the anti-union laws
NHS funding crisis deepens
End punitive benefit sanctions now!
Them & Us
South Africa: campaigning for a working class party
On 16-17 April Numsa, South Africa's metalworkers union, the largest union on the African continent, will be convening a 'conference for socialism'
Greece: negotiations continue
Working class action key: Nicos Anastasiades, member of Xekinima (CWI Greece) spoke to Steve Score, editor of the Socialist
US: Seattle gets a raise!
Solidarity with Cypriot workers
Tunisia: thousands demonstrate
Kick out rotten MPs and councillors
Paul Couchman, TUSC prospective parliamentary candidate for Spelthorne in Surrey and council candidate for Laleham and Shepperton Green, says why he is standing
TUSC set for TV broadcast
School crossing campaigner stands for TUSC
Gloucester College hustings: Scrap all fees
Defend further education
Socialist Party general election appeal 2015
Teachers need national action
NUT members in Sheffield during the 10 July 2014 public sector pay strike, photo Karl Lang
This weekend, delegates at the National Union of Teachers (NUT) annual conference are discussing how to fight government attacks on pensions, pay and workload
Unison special conference votes for new pay claim
London bus companies forced into pay talks
Bolton Uni: reinstate Damien and Jenny Markey!
Leeds: Save our train guards
Workplace news in brief
Students occupy for free education
Students across London have been occupying universities, demanding free education and improvements to services. Members of Socialist Students and the Socialist Party have been supporting the movement
Socialist Party comments and reviews
Election 2015 Cameron and Miliband Live
TV Review: With parliament dissolved, the 2015 general election campaign has officially commenced. And while the winning party, or more likely combination of parties, is hard to predict, one thing is certain - whoever forms the next government will continue with capitalist austerity
Axing Clause IV: Making Labour safe for capitalism
In April 1995 a special Labour Party conference dropped Clause IV, part 4 (the 'socialist clause') of its constitution
Working in the NHS: Low pay, cuts and stress
The Great Money Trick: Another World is Possible
The new look Socialist - thumbs up from readers