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19 February 2011

4 The family and women's oppression today

Today women work in unprecedented numbers outside of the home. In fact, in some of the developed capitalist countries they make up half or even a majority of the workforce. And this 'feminisation' of...

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3 November 2010

USA elections: What the Tea Party really represents

As The Socialist goes to print, US electors will be voting in their mid-term congressional elections...

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26 February 2010

Revisiting The Road to Wigan Pier

George Orwell was perhaps the best known of the English socialist writers of the 1930s and 1940s. He is justifiably famous for books like 'Homage to Catalonia' and 'Animal Farm', as well as '1984'. Peter Taaffe reviews The Road to Wigan Pier.

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28 October 2009

Newport Rising 1839

Feature: ON 4 November 1839, 170 years ago, the 'Chartist Rising' in Newport, south Wales, ended in bloodshed. DAVE REID explains the background to one of the first workers' insurrections in history.

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7 October 2009

Fish Tank directed by Andrea Arnold

Film review: In the opening pages of My Life Leon Trotsky denounces the saccharine image of childhood that features in much fiction, saying that, in reality, it's not so easy for most people...

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Bob Crow, RMT general secretary, photo Paul Mattsson

Bob Crow, RMT general secretary, photo Paul Mattsson

29 April 2009

European elections: Build support for a workers' alternative to Labour

As convenor of No2EU - Yes to Democracy, I recently visited the Visteon factory in Basildon currently being blockaded by the sacked workforce, writes Bob Crow, General Secretary, RMT

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Alex Gordon (speaking) and Brian Denny (second from left) from the RMT addressed the Socialist Party congress in an official capacity, photo Paul Mattsson

Alex Gordon (speaking) and Brian Denny (second from left) from the RMT addressed the Socialist Party congress in an official capacity, photo Paul Mattsson

19 March 2009

The European elections and working-class representation

Socialist Party statement: IN AN important move, the Rail, Maritime and Transport workers' union (RMT) has announced its support for an electoral alliance to contest the forthcoming European elections in June...

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11 March 2009

Northern Ireland: Sectarian violence returns

Working-class people in Northern Ireland have been shocked by the shooting dead of army and police personnel by dissident Republican groups, writes Ciaran Mulholland, Socialist Party Northern Ireland.

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5 February 2009

Lessons of the Jarrow Crusade: no return to the 1930s!

Economic recession with growing unemployment, poverty and deprivation - these are some of the spectres facing working-class and young people across Britain and the world. These problems were also faced by workers and youth in the 1930s.
Greg Maughan looks at the great Jarrow Crusade of the unemployed and draws out some of the lessons for fighting job cuts today.

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5 February 2009

Liverpool: Far right BNP exposed

ON 31 January 300 people marched through Liverpool against the far right, racist British National Party (BNP)...

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28 January 2009

Labour's abandoning of the working class

INCREASINGLY, THE media and politicians talk about the 'disadvantage suffered by white working-class people', and the need to 'listen to their concerns', writes Naomi Byron.

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28 January 2009

Stop the racist BNP

ON SATURDAY 31 January, hundreds of people will be protesting against the British National Party (BNP) in Liverpool, writes Hugh Caffrey.

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26 November 2008

New Labour hypocrisy on racism

Hazel Blears, New Labour Secretary of State for Communities, said over the weekend that "where the BNP wins votes, it is often the result of local political failure...

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26 November 2008

Youth Against Racism gig

Over 70 people crammed into the Urban Bar in Whitechapel on Saturday night as Youth Against Racism in Europe (YRE) held another successful gig in London...

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12 November 2008

Prescott: the class system and me

TV review: On 27 October, BBC 2 viewers watched a programme fronted by former deputy prime minister John Prescott, purporting to explain the class system in contemporary Britain...

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6 November 2008

Political Awakening Propels Obama to Victory

On Tuesday, voters delivered a decisive, historic defeat to the Republican agenda of corporate greed, corruption, and war. While the total voter turnout remains unclear, experts are estimating up to 64% of eligible voters cast ballots, the highest in at least 40 years, potentially the highest in a century. Ty Moore and Tony Wilsdon, Socialist Alternative (CWI USA)

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31 July 2008

The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

Andrew Lynch's radio adaptation of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists could be labelled as a reflection on how conditions for working-class people in Britain are better a century after the book was written by Robert Tressell, writes Bob Severn.

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9 July 2008

CNWP conference: Wanted - a new mass workers' party

Special Feature: "Waste not, want not"! Gordon Brown's patronising and insulting advice to people struggling to make ends meet is not going to go down well. Yet again he puts the blame for the economic crisis on working people...

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28 May 2008

Build A New Workers' Party

Teachers strike on 24 April 2008, photo Paul Mattsson

The fight for a new workers party is urgent - teachers strike on 24 April 2008, photo Paul Mattsson


Labour, Tories, LibDems ...they're all the same! "Et tu, Crewe?" Gordon Brown might have muttered to himself as the knife of another electoral drubbing sank into his back, writes Greg Maughan, Campaign for a New Workers' Party.

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7 May 2008

Meltdown for Brown - but he won't change course

Editorial: The barbarians are at the gate. After the London mayoral victory of the Tory Neanderthal Boris Johnson and the New Labour meltdown in the rest of the country,...

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