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8 May 2019
"If we want a society that doesn't destroy our planet, then it is up to us, working-class people, to come together and fight for it"
1 May 2019
On 28 April Waltham Forest Trade Union Council hosted two important events in Abbotts Park in Leyton, east London
30 April 2019
Capitalism means no stability for anyone and a life of toil and deprivation for the overwhelming majority. But around the world the existing order is being challenged.
20 March 2019
The early-bird deadline for May Day greetings is fast approaching! We want full payment for as many greetings as possible by 5pm on Friday 29 March, the cut-off for the 20% advance discount.
23 January 2019
Help us strengthen ties between the Socialist and workers, and gain valuable income for the working-class press
9 January 2019
January 15 marks the 100th anniversary of the murders of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht, two of the outstanding leaders of the German and international working-class movements.
16 May 2018
Glorious bank holiday weather brought a high turnout to the 40th Chesterfield May Day march and rally, where Unite's Len McCluskey and the National Education Union's Kevin Courtney delivered strong messages that the labour movement must fight back against austerity and a weak Tory government
2 May 2018
The prime minister of Malta has tried to use International Workers' Day to attack a murdered anti-corruption journalist
2 May 2018
International workers' day - May Day - was marked by rallies and demonstrations around the world.
1 May 2018
At midnight workers in the Oxford Street McDonalds in Manchester walked out
1 May 2018
The Socialist Party sends May Day greetings to all its members and supporters and to workers across the trade union and labour movements in Britain and internationally.
4 April 2018
You can help make sure this May Day is celebrated prominently in the pages of the Socialist by getting in May Day greetings for our special issue
28 March 2018
Across the north, one of England's most industrially combative regions, shop stewards and rank-and-file trade unionists have relied on the Socialist newspaper to provide support and solidarity in disputes with employers, writes William Jarrett, Socialist Party Northern region May Day greetings organiser.
21 March 2018
The May Day greetings deadline for reduced rates is coming: Friday 30 March. Help us get those greetings in!
21 February 2018
No, we're not in distress! But we do want to celebrate May Day, and we want to see a paper full of May Day greetings that proudly reflects the hard work of our members and workers' solidarity
31 January 2018
The Socialist is the newspaper that stands with you in your fight. May Day greetings help fund it. Help us get them in.
26 April 2017
The origins of May Day lie in the great struggles in America by working people for shorter working hours at the end of the 19th century, and the martyrdom of union leaders executed 130 years ago.
5 April 2017
May Day greetings final push: We're really pleased we achieved our regional target this year for May Day greetings from trade union bodies, student groups and local campaigns. If you haven't yet, you still can!
29 March 2017
Discount for advanced payment coming up fast - pay by 5pm on Friday 31 March for 25% off! Help fund the best workers' newspaper in England and Wales by placing a May Day greeting in the Socialist
15 March 2017
The Socialist Party's national congress 2017 took was attended by delegates and visitors from Socialist Party branches all over England and Wales, as well as international guests
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