In this issue:
The Socialist 11 June 2008, Stop the NHS sell-off
Socialist Party NHS campaign
Stop the NHS sell-off
Banking on NHS profits
My pain - and privatisation
Racist BNP have no solutions!
Socialist Party editorial
Will Obama win?
Obama declares victory, and shifts to the right
Socialist Party campaigns
"Anti-terror" laws are no solution
Defend Tommy Sheridan
Stirring rally backs Tommy Sheridan
Unison witch-hunt hits Northern Ireland
Campaign for a New Workers Party
Come to the Campaign for a New Workers' Party Conference
New Labour's parallel universe
Waltham Forest protest
Waltham Forest Libraries dispute , photo Bob Severn
WALTHAM FOREST libraries Unison steward and Socialist Party member Nancy Taaffe spoke at a rally against cuts to library services and attacks on library workers' terms and conditions...
Them & Us
Protest at Bush: US PRESIDENT George Bush is visiting the UK on Sunday 15 June. The police have banned a protest march organised by the Stop the War Coalition from Parliament Square, London to Downing Street, where Gordon Brown is 'entertaining' Bush.
Socialist Party youth and students
Underfunding youth facilities: It makes no sense!
Socialist Party feature
Oil price shock - the chaos of capitalism
Sudan's poor paying the price for oil
Socialist Party review
Immortal Technique at the Coronet, London 4 June 2008
Socialist Party workplace news
Usdaw needs a fighting leadership
Organise to fight the public-sector pay robbery
National Shop Stewards Network second conference
Saturday 28 June, 11.30am-4.30pm
South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1.
Speakers include Bob Crow, RMT, Mark Serwotka, PCS and Brian Caton, POA, plus shop stewards from disputes around the country.
£5 per delegate. Send to: NSSN, PO Box 58262, London N1 1ET.
Ring 020 8522 1156 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fujitsu workers strike to save jobs
Fujitsu workers took part in 12 hours of solid strike action at the company's factory in Birmingham on 9 June. The workers were protesting against the planned offshoring of jobs to the US which will result in up to 150 of the 700 workers being sacked, writes Ted Woodley.
The costs of privatisation
Brighton bus drivers strike