The Socialist

The Socialist 7 June 2002

Workers' Unity to Stop Nuclear Threat

Kashmir conflict: Workers' Unity to Stop Nuclear Threat

Local government workers: Vote Yes For Action!

Blunkett's New Attack On Asylum Rights

PCS: Defend Union Democracy

Drugs Policies Still Aren't Working

Kashmir conflict: Capitalist Crisis Threatens Nuclear War

Kashmir: On The Brink Of A Catastrophe

 
 

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The Socialist 7 June 2002, Workers' Unity to Stop Nuclear Threat

spotKashmir conflict: Workers' Unity to Stop Nuclear Threat

Exclusive report from Kasmiri socialist: KASHMIR, INDIA and Pakistan stand on the edge of a catastrophe of unimaginable proportions. Two unstable capitalist regimes with nuclear weapons threaten to bring destruction to millions of people


spotLocal government workers: Vote Yes For Action!

UNISON'S BALLOT of local government workers in England and Wales opens on 10 June. The other unions involved, TGWU and GMB are balloting their local government membership separately around the same time


spotBlunkett's New Attack On Asylum Rights

HOME SECRETARY David Blunkett has announced two additions to the Asylum Bill currently going through parliament, which are a major attack on the rights of refugees seeking asylum in Britain


spotPCS: Defend Union Democracy

IN THE High Court on 31 May, a judge ruled that the election of Mark Serwotka as general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) was legal and that the union executive's actions to remove him were illegal


spotDrugs Policies Still Aren't Working

IN THE first in a series of articles on crime and related subjects, MIKE FORSTER looks at the question of drug abuse:


spotKashmir conflict: Capitalist Crisis Threatens Nuclear War

The world is nearer to nuclear war than at any time since the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, writes Lynn Walsh


spotKashmir: On The Brink Of A Catastrophe

FACED WITH a potential nuclear war between regional rivals Pakistan and India over their Kashmir conflict, the Western powers, Russia and China are attempting to de-escalate tensions