The Socialist

The Socialist 28 August 2013

Stop Cuts - Demand united action

The Socialist issue 777

Stop cuts - Demand united action

Lobbying bill: don't let this Tory dream come true

The trial of Chelsea Manning

Them & Us


No to imperialist intervention in Syria

Egypt: al-Sisi's military tightens its grip on power


"I have a dream" - 50th anniversary of march


Unionise to fight zero-hour contracts!

Nothing new at Sports Direct


One Housing Group workers go into battle again

Unison: Tiny margin against Scottish local government strike

Coventry postal workers fight bullying management

The role of a workers' rep

Workplace In Brief


Fighting mood at meeting to defend Whipps Cross Hospital

Wales' Mid-Staffs crisis

Support the DPAC week of action

Carlisle - Building the anti-bedroom tax fightback

Arrest Cuadrilla bosses - not fracking protesters!

Socialist Party camp


Film review: Elysium - an 'allegory for class warfare'

Exhibition review: Lowry's one track vision

 
 
 
 

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The Socialist 28 August 2013, Stop Cuts - Demand united action

Socialist Party feature

March on Washington for jobs and freedom, 28 August 1963, 250,000-strong march which Martin Luther King addressed, photo US Library of Congress

March on Washington for jobs and freedom, photo US Library of Congress

spot "I have a dream" - 50th anniversary of march

'Youth Fight for Jobs' campaigning

Sick of Your Boss? Youth Fight for Jobs campaigning, photo by Nancy Taaffe

Sick of Your Boss? Youth Fight for Jobs campaigning, photo by Nancy Taaffe

spot Unionise to fight zero-hour contracts!

spot Nothing new at Sports Direct

Socialist Party reviews

Elysium - an 'allegory for class warfare',  Co-production of Media Rights Capital and TriStar Pictures

Elysium - an 'allegory for class warfare', Co-production of Media Rights Capital and TriStar Pictures

spot Film review: Elysium - an 'allegory for class warfare'

spot Exhibition review: Lowry's one track vision