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13 December 2017
A march took place against cuts and privatisation
15 November 2017
Division, scandal and crisis: these are the most striking features of Theresa May's government today
11 October 2017
The prime minister has gone from "strong and stable" to spluttering and stuttering in the space of a few short months.
4 October 2017
"Why would anybody, let alone a normal person, want to become a member of the Conservative Party?"
17 May 2017
Fight for jobs, pay and services: "The Conservative Party has always been the true party of workers," claims Theresa May. What a joke! Try telling that to the millions of workers living on poverty pay, in precarious employment.
17 May 2017
Corbyn should attack May's hypocrisy: Up to 30 Tories, including up to 20 MPs, have escaped prosecution for not declaring extra money spent on election campaigning.
22 March 2017
Brexit, Scotland referendum, schools, National Insurance ... The Tories are in crisis. Corbyn must lead a fight against the government and the Blairites.
4 January 2017
The Tories are advertising for regular donations to "defeat the rise of socialism." Donate to the Socialist Party today to help realise their nightmare.
15 June 2016
The Socialist Inbox: Letters to the Socialist's editors. European Union membership referendum special.
1 June 2016
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, speaking on the Marr show on BBC television said that people on the left who argue for a Brexit by saying it will shatter the Tories are being 'petty'
25 May 2016
Only an independent working class position can defeat the right. "As the debate on the EU referendum intensifies, so do the possibilities for a split in the Conservative Party."
2 December 2015
Do you have something to say? Anti-welfare propaganda, state school parents asked to pay for teachers, rail bosses' wages, and the power of effective opposition.
14 October 2015
Tory treasury minister Matt Hancock (right) said under-25s are not "productive" enough to deserve the minimum wage. The government's new 'national living wage' - which is not actually a living wage - is only for workers over 25.
14 October 2015
There are only three places in England the homes would be cheap enough to buy on the new £9 'National Living (minimum) Wage': Barrow-in-Furness, Southport, and Hull.
3 September 2014
A new Punch and Judy show: MP Douglas Carswell has left the Tories and joined Ukip, resigning from parliament to trigger a byelection
29 May 2013
When MPs decided to debate amendments to the Con-Dems' 'gay marriage' bill, most people probably braced themselves for a bit of homophobia disguised as concern over religion, writes Michael Johnson.
4 May 2012
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TUSC candidates won victories in Preston and Walsall and ran many hard-fought campaigns elsewhere. Click 'more' below for reports from Coventry, Liverpool, Salford, Swansea, Lincoln, Stroud, London and Gateshead
4 October 2011
Tories gathering for conference faced large demonstration: 35,000 people travelled to Manchester on 2nd October to march against the anti-working class policies of the Tories
6 October 2010
AS THE first Conservative Party delegates arrived for their 2010 conference at the ICC in Birmingham - a city whose Con-Dem council has threatened 26,000 employees with the sack unless they accept new contracts with reduced terms - thousands of trade unionists and political activists were gathering, writes Dave Griffiths.
7 April 2010
THE COMMENTS of shadow home secretary Chris Grayling last week show the continued existence of anti-gay prejudice in the Conservative Party, writes Ian Pattison, Leeds Socialist Party.
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