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The Socialist issue 865

29 July 2015

Kids go hungry in Tory Britain

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The Socialist issue 865

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Socialist Party news and analysis

spotKids go hungry in Tory Britain

spotCorbyn’s support shows anti-austerity message is popular

spotKill the bill! Stop the new Tory anti-union laws

spotAusterity measures cut social care provision

spotThem & Us

Socialist Party feature

spotThe menopause: breaking the taboo

An issue for all workers and their trade unions: The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) has issued guidance to GPs and health professionals about how to treat and support women experiencing the menopause – and it’s about time too!

International socialist news and analysis

spotTurmoil in Greece will be repeated across Europe

‘Sharp turns, sudden and abrupt changes in the situation’ is a phrase we used in the past, but it characterises the period which Greece has entered today, and the rest of Europe will experience tomorrow

spotTurkey: only workers’ unity can end terrorism, division and war

Socialist Party workplace news

spotStriking homelessness workers beat Glasgow council

After 17 weeks of all-out strike, homelessness caseworkers in Glasgow have won their central demand against the city’s council, writes Matt Dobson, Socialist Party Scotland.

spotBack tube strikes

All four London Underground unions are planning a new shutdown of the tube network on 5-6 August, writes John Reid, RMT executive member.

spotCoal closure costs 700 jobs

spotTory cuts and attacks on unions imperil workers

Workplace health and safety: In December 2012, 16 year old Cameron Minshull of Bury, Greater Manchester, started work at Huntley Mount Engineering, writes Paul Gerrard, Salford Socialist Party.

spotWorkplace news in brief

Socialist Party reports and campaigns

spotDetermined mood to defend the unions

Trade unions gathered in Tolpuddle to celebrate the founding of the union movement

spotNottingham rehab unit campaign

spotWales: Stop the Bedroom Tax evictions!

A vulnerable family became the first people evicted in Wales as a result of the bedroom tax.

spotAnti-austerity protests from Northumberland to the ‘English Riviera’

Hexham: A 200 strong anti-austerity walk on the 18 July in Torbay, South Devon, was organised by local group Torbay3Towns

spotCampaigns news in brief

spotHelp fund the party that fights austerity!

The Socialist, reader’s comment

spot‘Prevent’ing terror or preventing opposition?

On the last day of term at my school, a staff training session told us how the government expects us to teach “British values” to the kids, writes Dylan Murphy


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