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The Socialist issue 319: United Action to End Low Pay

The Socialist issue 319

18 October 2003

spotUnited Action To End Low Pay

MANY PEOPLE in my workplace were surprised that there was such a big majority (80%) for strike action over London weighting, writes Nancy Taaffe.

spotSave Our Health Service

spotLondon Workers Lead Fight For A Living Wage

spotStand Together To Scrap The SATS

Socialist Party news and analysis

spotCan The Nasty Party Win Again?

After the Tory conference: MICHAEL PORTILLO described this year’s Tory Party conference as “horrible, dejected, miserable, talking about the leadership all the time – the worst conference anyone could remember”, writes Hannah Sell.

spotFighting Women’s Oppression

spotSocialist Alliance Trade Union Convention


spotApparently it’s all my fault…

Comment: DAVE NELLIST, leader of the Socialist Group of councillors on Coventry City Council and former Labour MP for Coventry South East from 1983 to 1992 comments on this year’s Labour Party conference and the Channel 4 programme The Deal about the relationship between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown…

Socialist Party feature

spotMore Jailings But Deeper Anger

“WHEN I get out of prison, the first thing I’m going to do is stand in front of another bin truck,” said Declan Mahon only hours before being imprisoned in Mountjoy jail, Dublin, writes Stephen Boyd, Dublin.

spotGreater Dublin City Bin service shut down!

spotAnti Bin Tax Campaigns Thank Bin Workers; Call for End to Non-Collection and Jailings

War and occupation

spotIraq’s ‘Liberation’ Nightmare

“SIX MONTHS after American tanks roared triumphantly into the centre of Baghdad… the United States has turned military victory into political defeat in Iraq”. (Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 10/10/03)

spotProtest Against Warmonger Bush

spotDemocracy And The Stop The War Coalition

Socialist Party Marxist analysis

spotWorld economy: Will There Be A Recovery?

CAN US capitalism pull the world economy out of its present stagnation? Japan has been stuck at near-zero growth for over ten years…


spotISR conference:

Saturday 22 November 2003, 10am-5pm. Upper Hall, University of London Union (ULU), Malet St, London, WC1.

spotStop Fees Now!

International socialist news and analysis

spotBolivia: A Movement Of Insurrectionary Scale

FOR THE second time this year Bolivia’s ruling class is facing a workers’ and peasants’ movement of insurrectionary proportions, writes Dave Carr.

spotCalifornia: Last Action Hero Will Let Down Voters

spotNigeria: General Strike Suspended After Government Backs Down

spotPoland: An Explosion Of Class Struggle


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