The Socialist

The Socialist 16 July 2014

Raise the minimum wage: 10 now

The Socialist issue 819

Raise the minimum wage: 10 NOW

Abuse scandals reveal abusive system

Scotland: Threat of a Yes majority forces concessions

Cherry Groce - Met apologises 29 years later

Con-Dems and Labour fast-track 'snoopers charter'

Them & Us


J10 strike success: Now build movement to end low pay

Reports from 10 July pickets and demonstrations

NSSN: Packed out London J10 post-demo meeting


No more onslaught on Gaza!

Solidarity protests against Israeli state terror


Tyneside Safety Glass strikers' stunning victory

Eve-of-strike success for Look Ahead Unite members

Napo election: militant strategy can defeat privatisation

Workplace news in brief


Leicester anti-cuts councillors join up with TUSC

Royal Mail: Profits for rich, insecurity for workers

Obituary - John Hayes

SWP's Marxism: absence of serious debate and strategy

 
 
 
 

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The Socialist 16 July 2014, Raise the minimum wage: 10 now

spotRaise the minimum wage: 10 NOW

10 Now! photo Senan

10 Now! photo Senan

"If we are to stop future generations spiralling into never ending poverty, we have to support and more importantly campaign for a minimum wage of 10 now"

spotAbuse scandals reveal abusive system

spotScotland: Threat of a Yes majority forces concessions

spotCherry Groce - Met apologises 29 years later

spotCon-Dems and Labour fast-track 'snoopers charter'

spotThem & Us

10 July public sector pay strike

spotJ10 strike success: Now build movement to end low pay

At the Trafalgar Square rally on the 10 July 2014 public sector pay strike, photo Paul Mattsson

At the Trafalgar Square rally on the 10 July 2014 public sector pay strike, photo Paul Mattsson

"Work should pay, not keep you in poverty." After 10 July no one could be in any doubt that low pay is a major issue in Britain

spotReports from 10 July pickets and demonstrations

spotNSSN: Packed out London J10 post-demo meeting

spotNo more onslaught on Gaza!

Demonstrating outside the Israeli embassy in London, 11.7.14, photo Paula Mitchell

Demonstrating outside the Israeli embassy in London, 11.7.14, photo Paula Mitchell

The trapped, blockaded 1.8 million people in the Gaza strip have been viciously bombarded from air, sea and land, and the slaughter is going on

spotSolidarity protests against Israeli state terror

spotTyneside Safety Glass strikers' stunning victory

Tyneside Safety Glass workers celebrate pay dispute victory, July 2014, photo Elaine Brunskill

Tyneside Safety Glass workers celebrate pay dispute victory, July 2014, photo Elaine Brunskill

After three weeks of strike action TSG strikers have won a tremendous victory against tight-fisted bosses who had offered an insulting 0% pay increase

spotEve-of-strike success for Look Ahead Unite members

spotNapo election: militant strategy can defeat privatisation

spotWorkplace news in brief

Reports and comments

spotLeicester anti-cuts councillors join up with TUSC

Leicester councillors Wayne Naylor and Barbara Potter, photo Leicester TUSC

Leicester councillors Wayne Naylor and Barbara Potter, photo Leicester TUSC

Two Leicester anti-cuts councillors have joined up with the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) in the ever-widening fight against the establishment parties and their austerity policies

spotRoyal Mail: Profits for rich, insecurity for workers

spotObituary - John Hayes

spotSWP's Marxism: absence of serious debate and strategy