In this issue:
The Socialist 26 November 2014, 14 day deadline to breadline
14 day deadline to breadline
Scandal of unequal Britain: Many MPs will be looking forward to 2015 - perhaps not to the general election but to the 11% pay rise they'll get if they survive it
Hands off our NHS
Rochester: 'Business as usual' politics falling apart
World economy - heading for the junkyard
Them & Us
Anger erupts in Ferguson over acquittal of killer cop
Protests have erupted in many cities in the USA following the Grand Jury decision not to charge white policeman Darren Wilson who shot dead unarmed black youth Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, on 9 August
Ireland: establishment attacks water tax protests
Anger grows over missing Mexican students
Housing crisis! What do socialists say?
The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition stands for rent control and building council housing, photo Waltham Forest TUSC
The housing crisis is hitting everyone in the face. The mainstream press, politicians and economists all feign concern. Not to mention the real concern of those of us actually affected by it!
Education: "a hurricane of ill thought initiatives"
Students march for free education
The Socialist Students contingent on the 19 November 2014 free education march in London, photo Jonny Dickens
On 19 November, over 5,000 students joined a lively march calling for free education. The demonstration was a brilliant display of huge anger and determination to fight back.
Victories against sexism in Leeds
Fast Food Rights campaign
Health workers walkout in second NHS pay strike
Midwives in Gateshead, photo E Brunskill
Nurses, cleaners, porters, midwives, occupational therapists, paramedics, scientists, radiographers, admin, catering, security staff and other NHS staff in England took part in a second four-hour strike on Monday 24 November
UCU pensions: reinstate the action!
Workplace news in brief
Are you a socialist?
You need to join the Socialist Party!
Council beaten on austerity tax
TUSC says no to cuts in Notts
Way to go, Watford!
Socialist Party reviews and readers' comments
Assassin's Creed Unity
This year is the 225th anniversary of the beginning of the French Revolution. It forms the backdrop to one of this year's popular Assassin's Creed series of games
The People Speak: Democracy is not a spectator sport
NHS campaigners must fight all cuts