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28 June 2002

An Appeal For Socialist Unity

IN THE light of the success of a range of Left candidates in the last local elections, the Socialist Party wrote the following letter to the Socialist Alliance

5 July 2002

Change This Rotten System

Enron, Anderson, WorldCom, Xerox,...: GREED, FRAUD, sleaze - every day the real nature of capitalism is being revealed. WorldCom, the US's second biggest long-distance telephone company, has carried out the biggest corporate fraud in history

5 July 2002

WorldCom fraud: Capitalism Is A Bankrupt System

THE US, the most powerful economy in the world, responsible for a third of world output, is reeling with shock

5 July 2002

New Labour's tax-avoiding friends

A Nice Little Racket: AT THE Wimbledon tennis championships last week KPMG - one of the top accountancy firms suspected of malpractice in the recent big business scandals - had a corporate hospitality marquee

5 July 2002

Making Criminals Out Of Us All

HOME SECRETARY David Blunkett hopes to introduce Identity (ID) Cards which we would have to carry to gain access to public services such as health, benefits and education, writes By John Reid.

15 February 2017

March to save #OurNHS

Our NHS is collapsing. On 4 March, we will march in London to save it.

15 February 2017

Socialist Students: growing, brimming with confidence

Socialist Students conference showcased a growing organisation

15 February 2017

Save child refugees, fight the cuts

There was widespread disgust after a written statement from the Home Office announced it was to end a vital rehoming scheme for refugee children

5 July 2002

Tower Hamlets by-election: Socialist Alliance Provides No Alternative

A SOCIALIST ALLIANCE (SA) candidate polled just nine votes in the Blackwall & Cubitt Town council by-election in East London's Tower Hamlets borough on 27 June, writes Clive Heemskerk.

15 February 2017

Prison deaths scandal: invest in better inmate and staff conditions

The latest government statistics show yet another record high in prison deaths and violence

5 July 2002

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers: Fighting For Real Equality

AS LESBIANS, gay men, bisexuals and transgender (LGBT) people hit London's streets on 6 July for Pride, the LGBT communities can see formal equality at least in sight, writes Wayne Lovett, Socialist Party Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender Group & AMICUS member.

15 February 2017

Super-rich subsidised

The 'precariat' is costing public funds nearly 4 billion a year in lost taxation and benefits

19 July 2002

Unite To Defend Public Services

GORDON BROWN'S announcement of extra cash for education will be welcomed by parents and teachers - but many will be wondering why it's taken so long to deliver extra funding when education was meant to be New Labour's top priority! writes Martin Powell-Davies, Lewisham NUT.

19 July 2002

Safety Before Profit!

NEW EVIDENCE of the responsibility of private contractors for the Potters Bar rail crash emerges almost daily, but still tube-workers have to walk out on strike to stop the government handing control of London Underground's tracks to the same firms, writes Bill Johnson, RMT.

19 July 2002

Not So Generous Gordon

Public spending review: What we think: GORDON BROWN, or 'Gorgeous Gordon' as he is now being called by some in the media, has just announced the biggest sustained rise in public spending since the 1970s

19 July 2002

Student funding: New Labour Targets Students - Again

A REPORT by MPs on student funding has tuition fee hikes and high interest loans as its main proposals, writes Kieran Roberts.

19 July 2002

Rape: "No" Really Does Mean No

THE TRIAL of top snooker player Quinten Hann for rape, highlighted all the prejudices, backward attitudes and myths which still surround this issue, writes Christine Thomas.

23 August 2002

Public Services Not Private Greed

Privatisation is a con, it's official. Parliament's public accounts committee recently warned that it was impossible to tell whether the returns for industry from privatisation...

26 July 2002

'We're Striking Against Low Pay'

Council workers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have shown they're prepared to fight, not only against low pay but also against New Labour's cuts and privatisation of the public sector, writes Tracy, from Swindon, who works with people with challenging behaviour.

23 August 2002

No To War In Iraq

Opposition to Bush and Blair's warmongering plans for Iraq is mounting. In Blair's own Sedgefield constituency 64 per cent of people are against military action to bring about a "regime change"

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