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The Socialist issue 387: Bosses low pay racket exposed

The Socialist issue 387

7 April 2005


spotBosses low pay racket exposed

Joe Higgins Socialist Party TD carried on the shoulders of the victorious Gama workers

Socialist Party action uncovers massive wage fraud: IRISH SOCIALIST Party councillor Mick Murphy and Socialist Party TD (MP) Joe Higgins have exposed a massive low-pay racket carried out by a multinational company…


spotRich are getting richer…

PRESS REPORTS say average household incomes may have dropped by 0.2% last year…


spotGeneral election – main parties ignore real issues

SO THEY’RE off and running in the general election stakes. But for ordinary voters looking for a party to back there appear to be more and…


spotA socialist alternative for women

AS THE general election campaign gets under way, the established parties are pushing forward policies aimed at winning women’s votes…


spotBNP – not a ‘radical alternative’ to New Labour

NEW LABOUR has betrayed the hopes of millions of working-class people…


spotMilitant turned socialism into reality

The following article by Socialist Party member Tony Mulhearn appeared in the Liverpool Daily Post on 24 March commemorating the struggle 20 years ago of socialists in the leadership of the Liverpool L…


spotZimbabwe election: "The greatest fraud of 2005"

FOR THE third election in succession, the Robert Mugabe-led Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (Zanu-PF) has thwarted the will of the people and retained power through rigged elections…


spotJoin the G8 protests

The G8 are eight, we are billions! Make capitalism history! Make socialism our future!…


spotPakistan – a powder keg ready to explode

Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary

SOCIALIST PARTY general secretary Peter Taaffe (left) was recently on a speaking tour of south Asia…


spotStop the BBC jobs slaughter

Action to defend jobs and working conditions: BBC DIRECTOR-GENERAL Mark Thompson’s announcement of 3,780 job cuts is a fundamental attack on the trade union rights, pay and conditions of BBC journalists and staff…


spotBig business sharks circle Rover jobs

THE CRISIS threatening 6,000 jobs at the Rover plant at Longbridge has taken another twist…


spotPensions: No concessions by ‘negotiation’

FOLLOWING THE Labour government’s hasty retreat on their proposed cuts in public-sector workers’ pensions in the face of united strike action, three government ministers met the leaders of all the public…


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