spotArguments for socialism




spotAround the UK

All keywords

All International subcategories:



Asia Pacific

* Europe

Middle East

South Asia

Europe keywords:

Albania (4)

Austria (28)

Azerbaijan (2)

Balkans (12)

Basque (12)

Belarus (1)

Belgium (49)

Bosnia (7)

Calais (3)

Catalonia (52)

Chechnya (7)

Crimea (1)

Cyprus (10)

Czech (4)

Denmark (5)

Dublin (67)

East Germany (6)

East Germany (6)

Eastern Europe (20)

Europe (281)

European (100)

Eurozone (67)

Finland (2)

France (233)

GDR (3)

Georgia (9)

Germany (137)

Greece (214)

Hungary (13)

Iceland (8)

Ireland (402)

Italy (95)

Kosova (8)

Latvia (2)

Luxembourg (1)

Moldova (1)

Netherlands (14)

Northern Ireland (176)

Norway (7)

Poland (32)

Portugal (41)

Romania (5)

Russia (165)

Scotland (364)

Serbia (8)

Slovakia (4)

South Ossetia (2)

Spain (115)

Spanish revolution (16)

Spanish state (11)

Sweden (38)

Switzerland (5)

Turkey (109)

Ukraine (35)

Yugoslavia (6)


Filter by importance | All results

Tommy Sheridan speaking at Socialism 2006, photo Paul Mattsson

Tommy Sheridan speaking at Socialism 2006, photo Paul Mattsson

23 December 2010

Tommy Sheridan guilty verdict is a sham

Statement from Socialist Party Scotland: "I have fought the power of News International all my political life and I make no apologies for taking on the might of Rupert Murdoch...

More ...

8 December 2010

Scotland: Unison votes for fighting cuts strategy

Unison's Scottish council, made of delegates from all branches in Scotland, voted on 3 December to raise with the other public sector trade unions the need for a Scottish industrial action strategy beginning with a one-day Scottish public sector strike to fight the cuts, writes Brian Smith, Glasgow Unison branch secretary and Socialist Party Scotland member.

More ...

23 November 2010

Scotland and Wales: Don't accept the 'hand you have been dealt'

THE CON-DEM government does not only aim to bring in massive cuts in public spending controlled from Westminster. It also wants to push cuts through in the Scottish parliament and the Welsh Assembly. As with cuts in council services, they hope in this way to divert anger away from the Tory and Lib Dem parties. Dave Reid and Philip Stott call for the Con-Dems' plans to be defeated by a mass fightback similar to that fought by socialists in Liverpool council in the 1980s.

More ...

Anti-cuts demonstration in Edinburgh, photo Ray Smith

Anti-cuts demonstration in Edinburgh, photo Ray Smith

11 November 2010

Scotland: potential to build a mass movement against cuts

A very positive meeting of anti-cuts campaigns and trade unionists took place in Glasgow on Saturday 6 November, writes Philip Stott, Socialist Party Scotland.

More ...

Tommy Sheridan speaking at Socialism 2006, photo Paul Mattsson

Tommy Sheridan speaking at Socialism 2006, photo Paul Mattsson

8 November 2010

Vendetta continues against Tommy Sheridan, socialist fighter

Tommy and Gail Sheridan's perjury trial is now in its sixth week and is certain to be the longest case of its kind in Scottish legal history...

More ...

Tommy and Gail Sheridan, photo IS

Tommy and Gail Sheridan

20 September 2010

Scotland: Tommy Sheridan facing legal battle

Tommy Sheridan and his partner Gail begin their trial on charges of perjury on Monday 4 October at the High Court in Glasgow.
This case, brought by the Scottish Crown Office, follows Tommy Sheridan's famous defamation victory over Rupert Murdoch's News of the World...

More ...

25 August 2010

Privatisation and cuts in Edinburgh

Edinburgh Council is set to continue its attempt to sell off vital and key services to private contractors...

More ...

24 August 2010

No to Trident nuclear weapons

The outgoing Blair/Brown New Labour government won parliamentary support for the modernisation of the Trident system with support from the Tories...

More ...

30 June 2010

No to cuts in EMA!

One place where the Con-Dem axe looks set to fall is on the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) scheme, writes Rae Lewis Ayling.

More ...

16 June 2010

NHS Scotland - ConDemned to terminal decay

Two days after the coalition of Liberals and Tories came to power, health authorities across Scotland announced budget cuts of up to 5,000 jobs in the next two years, writes Alan Manley, Unison Scottish Health committee, personal capacity.

More ...

16 June 2010

Socialist Party Scotland launched at packed and inspiring meeting

There were no vacant seats left at the launch meeting of the Socialist Party Scotland in Glasgow on 10 June, writes Philip Stott.

More ...

2 June 2010

Socialist Party Scotland to be launched

The Scottish section of the Committee for a Workers' International - the International Socialists - is changing its name to Socialist Party Scotland...

More ...

2 June 2010

Minority representation in Scotland for Westminster coalition of cuts

The formation of the so-called "liberal - conservative" coalition will open up a period of instability and class conflict not seen in Britain for decades, writes Philip Stott.

More ...

19 May 2010

Communication Workers Union conference: Hands off Royal Mail!

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) annual conference runs from 23-27 May. Since the last conference we have seen some of the most important battles in the CWU's history, writes Gary Clark, assistant branch secretary, Scotland No.2 CWU.

More ...

12 May 2010

Scotland: Meetings show enthusiasm for socialism

All four areas where CWI members stood as Scottish Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (STUSC) candidates have reported a friendly and sympathetic response to the central theme of our campaign; no cuts in public services, public ownership not privatisation, and that the bankers and bosses should...

More ...

12 May 2010

Trade Unionist & Socialist Coalition (TUSC) general election results

Region Seat Candidate Result % 2005:

More ...

28 April 2010

Glasgow CSG workers fight pay freeze

Workers in Culture and Sport Glasgow (CSG) are about to begin strike action in a dispute over a wage cut of up to 10% for almost 200 workers, a pay freeze for all other workers and cuts in public holidays and overtime rates...

More ...

28 April 2010

Three years of wage cuts for council workers

Tens of thousands of low paid council workers across Scotland are facing three years of cuts in wages following their employer's (CoSLA) pay offer...

More ...

28 April 2010

STUSC candidates speak

Scotland: At the TUSC launch in Dundee, Solidarity co-convenor and STUSC candidate for Glasgow South West, Tommy Sheridan said: "Whilst the bookies and the chattering classes speculate on who will win the next general election it is already clear who the losers will be...

More ...

Tommy Sheridan - hounded by News International, photo IS

Tommy Sheridan - hounded by News International, photo IS

3 March 2010

Global media monster News International condemned

RUPERT MURDOCH'S News International Ltd (a UK subsidiary of News Corporation) has been lacerated by a report from a House of Commons select committee into the News of the World's (NoW) phone hacking activities, writes Philip Stott, International Socialists, (CWI in Scotland) Dundee.

More ...

201 - 220 of 315 items

< Back 5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  Next >

Search entire database:

Between and
Use format: day/month/year
Date order    Whole phrase only
Importance order (whole phrase only)

Search: All
News and socialist analysis
Reports and campaigns
Election campaigns
Reviews and comments
Historic events
Party documents

Join the Socialist Party
Subscribe to Socialist Party publications
Donate to the Socialist Party
Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube



Phone our national office on 020 8988 8777


Locate your nearest Socialist Party branch Text your name and postcode to 07761 818 206

Regional Socialist Party organisers:

Eastern: 079 8202 1969

East Mids: 077 3797 8057

London: 07748 534 891

North East: 078 4114 4890

North West 079 5437 6096

South West: 077 5979 6478

Southern: 078 3368 1910

Wales: 079 3539 1947

West Mids: 024 7655 5620

Yorkshire: 077 0671 0041



Alphabetical listing

April 2020

March 2020

February 2020

January 2020