The Socialist

The Socialist 30 July 2014

No More Carnage in Gaza

The Socialist issue 820

No more carnage in Gaza - Mass struggle to end the siege - Stop Israeli state terror

Gaza in crisis - Mass action needed to stop bloodshed

Thousands march against slaughter in Gaza


WW1 - 100 years since the great slaughter


Obituary: Dave Boyes

Socialism 2014: Ideas to change the world

Socialist Party news


Economic recovery - so where's our share-out?

Student loan sell-off plan scrapped

More police spying revelations

Miliband needs a makeover... ...of his party and his politics

Them & Us


10/hr Now! Because the bills keep coming and the rent won't wait!

Tolpuddle martyrs rally

And now for something completely different... a barricaded cinema

Hackney tenants get organised

Solidarity with Birmingham student occupiers

Southampton: Channel 4's Immigration Street condemned

Rugby League: Have Featherstone fans got their club back?


Passport Office strikes for jobs and decent pay

Reinstate Bryan Kennedy

The games that Glasgow Labour plays

Doncaster Care UK workers striking for 2 weeks

Workplace news in brief

 
 
 
 

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The Socialist 30 July 2014, No More Carnage in Gaza

spotNo more carnage in Gaza - Mass struggle to end the siege - Stop Israeli state terror

London Gaza demo 19 July 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

London Gaza demo 19 July 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

Worldwide, people have once again been shocked and appalled by the terrible images broadcast from Gaza. Palestinians buried in the rubble of their homes, hundreds of children among the dead, thousands of civilians with devastating injuries.

spotGaza in crisis - Mass action needed to stop bloodshed

spotThousands march against slaughter in Gaza

Socialist Party feature

spotWW1 - 100 years since the great slaughter

100 years since the Great Slaughter - World War One

100 years since the Great Slaughter - World War One

One hundred years ago World War One began, unleashing slaughter on an unprecedented scale. It was dubbed the 'Great War', the 'war to end wars'. For the ten million killed and more than ten million seriously injured it was certainly not great.

Socialist Party

spotObituary: Dave Boyes

We have to share the very sad news that Dave Boyes passed away on 17 July after his prolonged battle with illness

spotSocialism 2014: Ideas to change the world

spotSocialist Party news

spotEconomic recovery - so where's our share-out?

Marching against austerity on 20 October 2012, photo Paul Mattsson

Marching against austerity on 20 October 2012, photo Paul Mattsson

The Tories can barely conceal their glee. With a general election just ten months away, Chancellor Osborne has announced that the economy has now expanded for the sixth consecutive quarter

spotStudent loan sell-off plan scrapped

spotMore police spying revelations

spotMiliband needs a makeover... ...of his party and his politics

spotThem & Us

spot10/hr Now! Because the bills keep coming and the rent won't wait!

Bakers Union National President Ian Hodson on a protest for a 10 minimum wage, photo by Jim Jepps

Bakers Union National President Ian Hodson on a protest for a 10 minimum wage, photo by Jim Jepps

'Because the bills keep coming and the rent won't wait'. This slogan, a version of which was used by Seattle's victorious $15Now campaign, makes the case for raising the minimum wage devastatingly

spotTolpuddle martyrs rally

spotAnd now for something completely different... a barricaded cinema

spotHackney tenants get organised

spotSolidarity with Birmingham student occupiers

spotSouthampton: Channel 4's Immigration Street condemned

spotRugby League: Have Featherstone fans got their club back?

spotPassport Office strikes for jobs and decent pay

There was a good mood on the picket line at Newport passport office as workers struck to demand additional staff and improved pay

spotReinstate Bryan Kennedy

Housing under attack - build the resistance: Bryan Kennedy, victimised Unite union rep at One Housing Group, was sacked by letter on 17 June having been suspended by his employer back in February.

spotThe games that Glasgow Labour plays

Trade union members in Glasgow's sports centres and museums have been in dispute with Glasgow Life, a company run by Glasgow City's Labour-led council, over payments for working during the Commonwealth Games

spotDoncaster Care UK workers striking for 2 weeks

spotWorkplace news in brief