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The Socialist 23 June 2021

NHS in crisis - 'It's time for action'

The Socialist issue 1139

Chesham and Amersham by-election


NHS in crisis - 'It's time for action'

Outsourced London hospital workers fight for better pay

Leicester private healthcare tragedy

Exeter Trades Council backs NHS protests


Northern Ireland and Brexit

Sacking non-vaccinated care workers will not save lives

Furlough reduction risks job losses

Building back better? Fight for a socialist recovery

Anti-protest bill breaches human rights

Tories deliberately underfund childcare


Unite general secretary contest: Vote for Sharon Graham


NSSN conference 2021: When given a lead workers will fight


Women and the criminal 'injustice' system

Tory review won't deliver justice for rape victims


Iran's presidential election

Are Biden's immigration policies a break with Trump's?


Interview with newly elected Unison NEC member and hospital worker

Gateshead: Bosses sack sparks protesting for safety measures

Oaks Park school strike against bully bosses

Leicestershire engineers' fifth week of strikes against fire and rehire

DVLA dispute: Escalation needed

Warehouse workers fight 50% cut in redundancy pay

Carmarthenshire: Fighting for trade union recognition at council-owned company


TUSC calls for local 'People's Budget' campaigns

Youth Fight For Jobs: more urgent than ever

London Socialist Party young members' day school

'Socialism is the hope of the world'

Fighting Fund target smashed!


Book review: Shuggie Bain

Response to Observer article on China

 
 
 
 
 

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London Socialist Party young members' day school

Young Socialists discuss in Hyde Park

Young Socialists discuss in Hyde Park   (Click to enlarge)

Young members of the Socialist Party met in Hyde Park, London, on Saturday 14 June to discuss the issues facing young people in the city and the youth campaigns that we can launch over the summer.

The plenary session was an informal discussion on youth perspectives. We talked about the prospects for youth unemployment, the housing crisis facing young people in London, and the need for a fighting political voice for workers and young people.

The political discussion set the scene well for the rest of the meeting, as we split into two groups to discuss theory and practical tasks.

While some of us did a campaign stall by the entrance of the park to sell the Socialist newspaper, another group remained in the park for a discussion on Leon Trotsky's 'Transitional Programme' and its application today. We sold several copies of the Socialist.

The final session focused on youth campaigns, including the Youth Fight for Jobs campaign, and what demands we should raise in our campaigns.

As well as organising more park meetings, we are planning to do more youth stalls and other activities in London's boroughs to meet with young people who want to fight for jobs, education and homes for all.

Berkay Kartav, London Socialist Party organiser

In this issue


What we think

Chesham and Amersham by-election


NHS

NHS in crisis - 'It's time for action'

Outsourced London hospital workers fight for better pay

Leicester private healthcare tragedy

Exeter Trades Council backs NHS protests


News

Northern Ireland and Brexit

Sacking non-vaccinated care workers will not save lives

Furlough reduction risks job losses

Building back better? Fight for a socialist recovery

Anti-protest bill breaches human rights

Tories deliberately underfund childcare


Unite election

Unite general secretary contest: Vote for Sharon Graham


NSSN conference 2021

NSSN conference 2021: When given a lead workers will fight


Women

Women and the criminal 'injustice' system

Tory review won't deliver justice for rape victims


International

Iran's presidential election

Are Biden's immigration policies a break with Trump's?


Workplace news

Interview with newly elected Unison NEC member and hospital worker

Gateshead: Bosses sack sparks protesting for safety measures

Oaks Park school strike against bully bosses

Leicestershire engineers' fifth week of strikes against fire and rehire

DVLA dispute: Escalation needed

Warehouse workers fight 50% cut in redundancy pay

Carmarthenshire: Fighting for trade union recognition at council-owned company


Campaigns

TUSC calls for local 'People's Budget' campaigns

Youth Fight For Jobs: more urgent than ever

London Socialist Party young members' day school

'Socialism is the hope of the world'

Fighting Fund target smashed!


Readers' Opinion

Book review: Shuggie Bain

Response to Observer article on China


 

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