The Socialist

The Socialist 20 May 2015

Cut rents not benefits

The Socialist issue 856

Cut rents not benefits

Fight back at the Tory war on youth

Stop the "elites fortifying their power"

Build a movement to defeat the government's savagery

Labour leadership contest - appealing to big business

Fight Tories' new 'anti-extremism' law

State and big business spied on activists

Ukip provocateur unmasked

Them & Us


Support the National Rail walkout over pay and jobs

FBU debates how to combat Tory onslaught

All-out pay strike forces Labour council back to table

ITV production staff

Workplace news in brief


US: Bernie Sanders calls for 'political revolution'


Election aftermath: anti-Tory austerity protests

Cheapskate council screws up election ballot!

Build up resources to fight the Tories

Management thrashed in academies debate

Campaign news in brief


Russell Brand's 'The Emperor's New Clothes'

Save our 'life saver' libraries!

Tories rig exams to favour rich students

 
 
 
 

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The Socialist 20 May 2015, Cut rents not benefits

spotCut rents not benefits

March for Homes, 31st January 2015, London, photo Paul Mattsson

March for Homes, 31st January 2015, London, photo Paul Mattsson

Eleven thousand families were thrown out of their accommodation in the first three months of 2015. This is a 51% increase compared to six years ago

spotFight back at the Tory war on youth

spotStop the "elites fortifying their power"

spotBuild a movement to defeat the government's savagery

spotLabour leadership contest - appealing to big business

spotFight Tories' new 'anti-extremism' law

spotState and big business spied on activists

spotUkip provocateur unmasked

spotThem & Us

spotSupport the National Rail walkout over pay and jobs

Striking Newport RMT signals workers, photo Socialist Party Wales

Striking Newport RMT signals workers, photo Socialist Party Wales

RMT and TSSA transport members set to take the first national train network strike in two decades for 24 hours from 5pm on Monday 25 May Update 21.05.15: strike suspended

spotFBU debates how to combat Tory onslaught

spotAll-out pay strike forces Labour council back to table

spotITV production staff

spotWorkplace news in brief

spotUS: Bernie Sanders calls for 'political revolution'

Socialists have led a successful struggle to increase the minimum wage in Seattle, photo 15 Now

Socialists have led a successful struggle to increase the minimum wage in Seattle, photo 15 Now

Presidential campaign needs to build independent political power: Boldly calling for a "political revolution" against the "billionaires and oligarchs" who have hijacked the political system, Bernie Sanders, the only self-described socialist in Congress, has launched an insurgent campaign for president

spotElection aftermath: anti-Tory austerity protests

Sam Moorecroft addresses Sheffield anti-Tory rally

Sam Moorecroft addresses Sheffield anti-Tory rally

Protest reports from Sheffield and Bristol

spotCheapskate council screws up election ballot!

spotBuild up resources to fight the Tories

spotManagement thrashed in academies debate

spotCampaign news in brief

Socialist Party comments and reviews

spotRussell Brand's 'The Emperor's New Clothes'

Russell Brand leads protesters on the New Era estate demo outside Westbrook offices in Mayfair, photo Paul Mattsson

Russell Brand leads protesters on the New Era estate demo outside Westbrook offices in Mayfair, photo Paul Mattsson

Helen Pattison reviews The Emperor's New Clothes, the latest film starring Russell Brand and directed by Michael Winterbottom

spotSave our 'life saver' libraries!

spotTories rig exams to favour rich students