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The Socialist, issue 564: Join the march for jobs

Articles from the Socialist, issue 564

28 January 2009


Join the march for jobs

Say no to youth unemployment: On 2 April the G20 – the leaders of the world’s 20 major world powers – will be meeting in Watford. Young people and trade unionists will be marching from central London to meet them – demanding a future.

spotDefend jobs and services

spotEra of illusions in capitalism ending

spotThe crisis in manufacturing: Fighting for jobs and living standards

spotNo pay discrimination against young people

spotFerengi dealers

Slaughter in Gaza

spotCoventry protest over Gaza onslaught

Dave Nellist addresses a No more ghettos: not Warsaw, not Gaza vigil, photo Coventry Socialist Party

FOLLOWING THE weekly protests in Coventry called by the Socialist Party against the Israeli state onslaught on Palestinians in Gaza, a dignified vigil and a 300-strong protest rally were held to coincide with Holocaust Memorial Day last Sunday…

spotIsrael: Thousands march in Jaffa against Gaza massacre

spotStudents’ angry sit-ins


spotStop the racist BNP

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

spotStop the deportation of Yahya Al-Faifi

Socialist Party campaigns

spotSocialist councillor opposes Tory plans for education privatisation

spotLabour’s abandoning of the working class

spotCroydon: Striking against academies

spotScotland: Step up opposition to cuts

spotFast News

Socialist Party workplace news

spotFighting council cuts

Greenwich Unison in south London has won the first round of a campaign to stop Greenwich council’s plans to ‘reconfigure’ the child protection service, writes Onay Kasab, secretary Greenwich Unison, personal capacity.

spotSay ‘no’ to the Metro privateers

spotAmicus Unity Gazette left with egg on its face

spotUnison right wing exposed

spotVictory for left in Glasgow Unison

spotSolid support for Glasgow strike

spotBuilding a fighting Unison leadership


spotBuild a mass movement for free education

NUS leadership severs links with students: The National Union of Students (NUS) governance review was passed at an extraordinary conference on 20 January in Wolverhampton, writes Ben Robinson.

spotSave our school!

Marxist analysis: history

spotGermany 1919 The Spartacist uprising

Historical feature: NINETY YEARS ago this month the German workers rose in the ‘Spartacist uprising’ – a turning point in the German revolution of 1917-1923 which led to the tragic deaths of revolutionary socialist leaders Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht…

International socialist news and analysis

spotRussia: Bosses sack auto-factory union leader

ON 19 January at the end of his shift, Dmitrii Kozhnev, Chair of the Tsentrosvarmash factory branch of the Trade Union of Auto Industry Workers (MPRA), and a supporter of Socialist Resistance (CWI, Russia), was sacked from his workplace in Tver city, Russia…

spotCourageous socialist activist, campaigning journalist and human rights activist

Socialist Party news

spotObituary – Barry Malone

With regret I must inform members of the Socialist Party of the death of Barry Malone, Shropshire branch, on 12 January. Barry was just 60 but was battling with illness, writes Jim Reekie, secretary, Shropshire Socialist Party.

Socialist Party reviews

spotA People’s History of Sports in the United States

Book review: When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, hundreds of thousands of the poorest people in the city were left homeless…

spotThe Reader

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