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7 March 2018

May's EU speech kicks the can down the road

The closing line of Theresa May's speech - "now let's get on with it" - will have led to jeers of frustration from any workers listening.

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21 February 2018

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Stock market plunge; rights for racehorses

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10 January 2018

Closure of Nottingham unit shows dismantling of NHS

Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust is planning to shut down a unit for people suffering from serious alcohol and drug addiction issues.

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10 January 2018

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us.

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13 December 2017

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us including live reindeer and lumps of coal.

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13 December 2017

Uni market 'failure', two-year degrees - end cuts, scrap fees!

Less than a third of higher education students think their course offers value for money according to the National Audit Office. Its chief says universities would be accused of "mis-selling" if they were banks. This comes as no surprise!

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18 October 2017

'Dazzling' Bad Art show points to socialist future

Skipton is a quiet market town better known as the 'Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales' than it is for revolution. But on 6 October, socialist artists and activists, as well as the general public, from Manchester, Lancashire and Yorkshire gathered to view a dazzling selection of work by artists loosely grouped around the 'Bad Art' project.

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18 October 2017

Obesity epidemic: end food market anarchy

At any given time nearly a billion people on the planet are hungry, and a third are malnourished. And yet a new report says the growing obesity crisis is set to cost $1.2 trillion a year worldwide from 2025.

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11 October 2017

Nasty party imploding...drive out the Tories

The prime minister has gone from "strong and stable" to spluttering and stuttering in the space of a few short months.

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4 October 2017

Capitalism and human progress

How appropriate that Theresa May's speech insisting our interests were best served by free market capitalism - "the greatest agent of collective human progress ever created" - came in the same week as budget airline Ryanair cancelled over 700,000 passenger flights

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27 September 2017

Anti-austerity opposition needed to seize on Tories' weakness

Many will have been pleased to see some of the policy announcements coming out of Labour Party conference - eg plans to tackle credit card debt and bring PFI contracts back in-house

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6 September 2017

How the Single Market blocks socialist policies

The European Single Market is a major barrier to any incoming socialist or anti-austerity government

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29 August 2017

Reject Starmer's Single Market u-turn

"The Labour Party's announcement that it wants the UK to remain within all the EU's structures ... is the best news to come out of British politics in a long time", said a FT editorial.

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23 August 2017

The Single Market: a neoliberal tool of the bosses

Fight for a socialist Brexit: The single market compels privatisation of public services, prohibits nationalisation, and makes it easier for employers to exploit workers in numerous ways

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9 August 2017

Global finance: Are those storm clouds ahead?

Is capitalism reproducing the same conditions that led to the 2007-08 financial crash? In two introductory articles, Ross Saunders looks at the rickety global financial order and Ian Groeber points to the recent Italian bank bailouts to show how the working class continues to pick up the tab for the capitalists' failures.

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26 July 2017

BBC yawning pay gaps revealed

The BBC has been made to reveal all its staff earning over 150,000 a year. The announcement made front page news in most papers, revealing some eye-watering pay

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26 July 2017

Right wing attempts to use single market against Corbyn

Stand firm for an internationalist, workers' Brexit: Just six weeks ago Jeremy Corbyn's leadership, and radical election manifesto, led to a historic surge in the Labour vote

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5 July 2017

Unison conference: Socialist Party argues for a socialist Brexit

One of the important debates at the 2017 Unison conference was about Brexit. One year on from the referendum, there were a number of motions and amendments about what form Brexit should take and what role the union should play.

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5 July 2017

Blairite EU rebellion: no to the bosses' Single Market

Corbyn had to sack three shadow ministers who voted to remain in the EU Single Market

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28 June 2017

Tories may have broken election laws... again

It's been revealed that the Tories may have broken electoral laws with the use of so-called market research company Blue Telecoms

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