Socialist Party, formerly Militant


Sunday, July 3, 2022

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Food prices soar while supermarket bosses rake it in

Over a decade of restrained wages and relentless Tory austerity has left millions in food insecurity

TUSC begins discussion on general election plans

A general election must be called by December 2024, but recent political developments show that it could be earlier.

As bills outstrip wages… Fight for £15 an hour minimum wage

By the time the new minimum wage came into effect in April, it had already been outstripped by rising costs.

RMT strikers defiant

Thousands of trade unionists joined RMT picket lines in solidarity during the three days of strike action across the rail network

US: Out in the streets to defend abortion rights!

ISG, the sister organisation of the Socialist Party in the US, has been protesting against the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling.

Union action needed to close 38% gender pension gap

If you thought the gender pay gap was bad, there is an even bigger gender pension gap which has huge consequences for women

Can’t trust bosses to end sweatshop conditions in Leicester

Many, mainly Asian, families attended an event organised by Fashion Workers Advice Bureau, a new workers’ rights organisation.

Tories instruct teachers to wipe Britain’s real history

The Department for Education is issuing guidelines about impartiality in the classroom

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Film review: Rebellion

Rebellion is the first feature-length documentary to go behind the scenes of climate campaign Extinction Rebellion (XR)

50 years since Britain’s first LGBTQ+ Pride march

On the 1 July 1972, 2,000 people gathered in London – the first official Pride march in Britain

Pride is political

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