The Socialist

The Socialist 4 August 2000

Fight For a Living Wage

Fight For a Living Wage

Peugeot workers "pushed too far": No choice but to fight back

Defend Glenn Kelly

Leicester beats fascist threat

Capitalism's chaos and the socialist alternative

Protest against capitalist IMF


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The Socialist 4 August 2000, Fight For a Living Wage

spotFight For a Living Wage

THE GOVERNMENT fears that economic confidence is slipping. They're worried that pay increases averaging just over 4% a year, are 'overheating' the economy...

spotPeugeot workers "pushed too far": No choice but to fight back

Feature TO THE shock of management and union alike, Peugeot cars were hit by two one-day strikes at the end of July...

spotDefend Glenn Kelly

BROMLEY COUNCIL in south London have suspended Glenn Kelly, UNISON branch secretary, chair of the Campaign for a Fighting Democratic UNISON and Socialist Party member...

spotLeicester beats fascist threat

LEICESTER'S PRIDE event on 29 July was a huge success. Organised after the gay Mardi Gras was cancelled because of fascist threats, it showed the effect that unity in action can bring about, writes Darren, UAP and Socialist Party (Leicester).

spotCapitalism's chaos and the socialist alternative

A World to Win: THE ANNUAL European school of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI - the international socialist organisation which the Socialist Party is affiliated to) was held recently in Belgium...

spotProtest against capitalist IMF

THOUSANDS OF people will be converging on Prague to protest against the meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) taking place there between 27-28 September, writes Rob Crowhurst.