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The Socialist 3 March 2009

Bosses get pay-offs, workers get layoffs

Bosses get pay-offs, workers get layoffs

RBS pension scandal: Not a penny for these fat cats!

Hands off our post!

Stop Labour's mail sell-off


Marx was right all along


Has globalisation gone into reverse?

Our democratic rights under attack by Labour


Anti-fees demo success - despite NUS leaders' obstructions

Cardiff student occupation: University divests from arms trade


Youth Fight for Jobs

The route


Construction workers plan more action

Message from strike leader


Stop bullying at BT

Fight the cuts in Nottingham!

Sogefi workers demand strike

NUJ action

Cover supervisors: Teaching on the cheap

National Shop Stewards Network: Brighton launch meeting


International Women's Day 8 March: Don't make women pay for the bosses' crisis

Make all women's issues trade union issues

Solidarity with Constantina Kuneva


Ireland: Scrap the 'pension levy': Organise a one-day general strike

Kashmir: Health workers win demands


Support The Socialist on May Day this year

 
 

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Support The Socialist on May Day this year

To celebrate International Workers' Day and help the paper to continue reporting the viewpoints of people in struggle, The Socialist appeals to you for a May Day greeting in 2009.

Without the financial backing of any big business or wealthy individual, The Socialist relies on its readers and supporters for providing essential funding.

The Socialist prints May Day greetings every year to show the range of people who are actively campaigning to prevent ordinary people from having to suffer for the policies of the rich. This includes campaigns against attacks on jobs, working conditions, pay, pensions, and for affordable housing and decent public services, as well as many other issues.

Greeting messages need to be sent to The Socialist before Friday 10 April to be guaranteed a place in the 1 May issue of the paper. If payment is also received by this date, the greeting will be certain to be shown on a full-colour page.

Contact [email protected] or 020 8988 8796 for more details, or download material including a greeting rates and appeal form, pledge sheets and trade union branch motion guides, or to give a greeting.

Bob Severn

In this issue

Bosses get pay-offs, workers get layoffs

RBS pension scandal: Not a penny for these fat cats!

Hands off our post!

Stop Labour's mail sell-off


Socialist Party Marxist analysis

Marx was right all along


Socialist Party feature

Has globalisation gone into reverse?

Our democratic rights under attack by Labour


Socialist Students

Anti-fees demo success - despite NUS leaders' obstructions

Cardiff student occupation: University divests from arms trade


Youth fight for jobs

Youth Fight for Jobs

The route


Construction workers

Construction workers plan more action

Message from strike leader


Socialist Party workplace news

Stop bullying at BT

Fight the cuts in Nottingham!

Sogefi workers demand strike

NUJ action

Cover supervisors: Teaching on the cheap

National Shop Stewards Network: Brighton launch meeting


Socialist Party women

International Women's Day 8 March: Don't make women pay for the bosses' crisis

Make all women's issues trade union issues

Solidarity with Constantina Kuneva


International socialist news and analysis

Ireland: Scrap the 'pension levy': Organise a one-day general strike

Kashmir: Health workers win demands


May Day

Support The Socialist on May Day this year


 

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