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The Socialist, issue 571: Fight tuition fees: fight for jobs: fight for a future!

Articles from the Socialist, issue 571

19 March 2009

spotFight tuition fees: fight for jobs: fight for a future!

Socialist Party congress 2009, photo Paul Mattsson

Campaign to defeat fees: Last month Wes Streeting, president of the National Union of Students, claimed that “moving to the right on tuition fees makes sense”, writes Stephen Burrell, Birmingham Socialist Students.

spotYouth march for jobs

Unison witch-hunt

spotStop the witch-hunt

International socialist news and analysis

spotWorldwide protests at killings of Tamils

Massive demonstration in London against ther military attacks on Tamils in the north of Sri Lanka, photo D. Carr

THERE IS ferment among Tamil-speaking people worldwide over the slaughter taking place in the north of Sri Lanka, writes Senan.

spotRosa Luxemburg – still relevant today

spotIreland: Make the rich pay

spotTibet: The 1959 uprising

Socialist Party campaigns

spotThe miners were right!

JUST WHAT planet does the media live on? Its coverage of the 25th anniversary of the miners’ strike tried to say it was all about Arthur Scargill versus Margaret Thatcher, writes Dave Griffiths.

spotEnd the ‘benefits trap’

spotLiverpool University: Stop the cuts!

spotTube strike ballot

spotCrisis in the legal aid system

Socialist Party congress

spotSocialist Party congress reports

Socialist Party congress 2009, photo Paul Mattsson

‘Marx was right’ – even Stephen King, HSBC Banking Group’s Chief Economist, doesn’t deny that now, writes Steve Score, Secretary East Midlands Socialist Party.

spotVideos of Socialist Party Congress 2009

spotPerspectives for Britain and the world 2009

Socialist Party election campaign

spotThe European elections and working-class representation

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

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…

spotLessons of the 2004 election

spotCampaign for a New Workers’ Party

spotCNWP website

Socialist Party workplace news

spotStrike threat wins job back

I was given a job by the Shaws group at Lindsey Oil Refinery (LOR) as a rigger nine months ago. But when I reported for work I was not allowed on site by the client Total, the owners of LOR. No reason…

spotIsle of Grain – Low-paying contractor exposed

spot£2.5 bn profit, but BT still announces pay freeze

spotRhyl: One-day teachers’ strike

spotRooftop protest wins apology from Royal Mail

spotAirwave Solutions: Striking against job cuts

spotSalford university


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