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The Socialist issue 1093

1 July 2020

Tories put profit before lives

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The Socialist issue 1093

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No going back

spotA socialist NHS fit for heroes

The past few months have felt like war – normal life shut down; daily Covid-19 casualty reports; widespread anxiety, insecurity and hardship; frontline workers cheered for their heroic efforts.

Workplace news

spotPCS: Change in leadership needed to secure union’s future

spotCome to the NSSN conference

spotSunday trading: Government blinks first

spotTrade unionists stand in solidarity with Maxine Peake

Trade unionists, including fellow members of Equity, are outraged at the completely false smears aimed at our fellow member Maxine Peake

spotEquity union president elections

Performing arts union Equity is electing its president and ruling council this summer, at the same time that industry leaders are warning of widespread and imminent collapse.

spotTower Hamlets council strike

spotMoJ cleaners’ covid outbreak

What we think

spotWorkers need a new mass party to defend their interests


spotTories put profit before lives

spotBoris’s new big deal

spotTory full return to school plans gamble with lives

spotYes to self-identity: Fight for trans rights

spotBenefits system being used to force return to unsafe workplaces

spotLeeds City Council in danger of bankruptcy

The Covid-19 crisis has pushed councils up and down the country into a new financial crisis.

spotCapitalism and corruption go hand in hand

spotPlastic waste ignored

Plastic waste pollution is one of the biggest challenges facing society. So why the lack of enthusiasm by the government to curb manufacturing practices that generate tonnes of it which leech into the air, waterways, oceans and food?

spotNews in brief


spotI left Labour and want to end capitalism – join us in Socialist Party

spotCardiff community fights nursery closure: Council must step in

spotFighting Fund: Target smashed by half time

“The sinews of war”, a cynical Roman statesman famously observed, is “abundant money”. That we don’t have.

spotBlack Lives Matter has not stopped – protesters flock to Socialists

spotSelling the Socialist

spotRed flags line road for Ken Douglas

Lessons from history

spot75th anniversary of the Attlee Labour government

Readers’ opinion

spotFrom slavery to Black Lives Matter – racism and capitalist injustice exposed

spotReaders’ opinion


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