The Socialist

The Socialist 14 April 2010

Main parties promise more of the same rotten cuts agenda

Main parties promise more of the same rotten cuts agenda

Voters face 'slash and burn' policies whoever wins election

Help build a socialist alternative in the general election


Socialist Party manifesto 2010


Afghanistan: Bring the troops back

Kyrgyzstan - dictator overthrown

News in brief

Defend welfare and public services

RMT union challenges far-right in Barking


Postal workers call for 'no' vote on deal

NUT conference calls for 24-hour public sector strike

Newcastle University - support staff face attacks on jobs and pay

STOP PRESS - BA dispute

National Shop Stewards Network 2010 conference


Lewisham - standing on our fighting record

Coventry's city-wide socialist election challenge


Russia: Putin - ten years of the man that no-one knew


Emperor's new clothes: the bosses' pet management theories

20 years ago: the Strangeways prison riot

 
 

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The Socialist 14 April 2010, Main parties promise more of the same rotten cuts agenda

Main parties promise more of the same rotten cuts agenda

Underwhelming, nauseating, garbage... These are just some of the more polite words that will spring to the minds of workers and young people as they read and hear the New Labour and Tory election manifestos. Everyone knows they plan to hack public services to the bone - here are some immediate responses:

spot Voters face 'slash and burn' policies whoever wins election

spot Help build a socialist alternative in the general election