The Socialist

The Socialist 7 April 2010

Defend jobs and services - fight for a workers' alternative

Defend jobs and services - Fight for a workers' alternative - Vote TUSC

General Election 6 May: A Socialist Challenge


Mobilise to defend the right to strike

London Underground workers balloting


Stand up for the millions, not the millionaires!

Reject the parties of cuts and privatisation

Socialist Campaign launched in Coventry

New Labour meltdown in Stoke

Making an impact in Huddersfield

Hazel Must Go! opposes cuts to Salford NHS

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition


Cuts bite in north west

March to defend the welfare state

Tories reveal yet more anti-gay bias

'Free schools' or free-for-all?

News in brief


NUT conference again calls for action on workload

Ex-Visteon workers continue fight for pensions

Industrial news in brief


Mobilise students and workers to defeat cuts and tuition fees


Kazakhstan: "change the politicians - or they will change you!"

Mass protests and strikes continue to shake Algeria

Tekel workers brutally attacked by police


The real lessons of the poll tax

 
 

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The Socialist 7 April 2010, Defend jobs and services - fight for a workers' alternative

spot Defend jobs and services - Fight for a workers' alternative - Vote TUSC

spot General Election 6 May: A Socialist Challenge

Bob Crow, general secretary of the RMT, speaking to the press, photo Paul Mattsson

Bob Crow, general secretary of the RMT, speaking to the press, photo Paul Mattsson

spot Mobilise to defend the right to strike

spot London Underground workers balloting

spot Stand up for the millions, not the millionaires!

spot Reject the parties of cuts and privatisation

spot Socialist Campaign launched in Coventry

spot New Labour meltdown in Stoke

spotMaking an impact in Huddersfield

"IT'S A shame that they don't have a column on the voting paper that says 'none of the above' when you go to vote" was the comment of one voter who summed up the mood of hundreds of people we met on the Easter weekend of action in Huddersfield, writes Mike Forster.

spotHazel Must Go! opposes cuts to Salford NHS

On 30 March, the Manchester Evening News announced 750 proposed job cuts at Salford Royal Hospital. There are also proposals to close Cleveland House community mental health team. The Hazel Must Go campaign...

spotTrade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

TUSC aims to challenge the three big business establishment parties in the general election. These parties act in the interests of the billionaires rather than those of working or middle class people...

NHS demonstration, photo Paul Mattsson

NHS demonstration, photo Paul Mattsson

spot Cuts bite in north west


March to defend the welfare state

Saturday 10 April

Assemble 12 noon

Temple Place, Embankment

Rally 2pm Trafalgar Square

Supported by the National Pensioners' Convention and many national trade unions


spot Tories reveal yet more anti-gay bias

spot 'Free schools' or free-for-all?

spot News in brief

Merlin school teachers on their picket line in March 2008, photo Martin Powell-Davies

Merlin school teachers on their picket line in March 2008, photo Martin Powell-Davies

spot NUT conference again calls for action on workload

spot Ex-Visteon workers continue fight for pensions

spot Industrial news in brief

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