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Friday, May 27, 2022

The Socialist issue 1140

30 June 2021

Fight to save our NHS

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The Socialist issue 1140

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What we think

spotNHS after 3 July protests Trade unions must organise serious action

Editorial of the Socialist issue 1140

The NHS protests around the country on 3 July should be the start of building a mass campaign for decent pay and to save the NHS. Well over a million people work in the NHS. Organised in trade unions, backed up by community campaigns, these workers have tremendous potential power.


spotFight to save our NHS

spotRoyal London Hospital

spotFight the health and care bill

spotKeep private hands off NHS patient data

spotWe don’t want a USA-style healthcare system


spotPost-pandemic railway battles loom

spotEast Mids train guards strike


spotStop the Channel 4 sell-off!

spotHopeless Hancock replaced

spotMillionaires multiply during pandemic

spotDalian Atkinson – police found guilty of killing ex-footballer

Biden police reform

spotCan Biden reform the police?

Workplace news

spotSocialist candidate wins NIPSA general secretary election

spotGateshead: Sacked electricians reinstated

spotSupport Gary Clark for CWU executive

spotSupport Sharon Graham for Unite general secretary

The Socialist Party is supporting Sharon Graham in the Unite general secretary election. Ballot papers are posted out on 5 July.

spotEnd bullying and victimisation at Oaks Park school

spotUnite members step up action against bullying Mungo’s managers

spotSandwell Leisure workers: No to ‘fire and rehire’

On 25 June, Unison union members working for Sandwell Leisure Trust (SLT), West Midlands, organised a strike at a number of leisure centres across the borough


spotThe Israeli working class

The Socialist Party has consistently argued that the working class is the only force which can solve the enormous social and economic capitalist crises in the Middle East, and end the occupation and repression of the Palestinian people

spotGerman Greens: The image and reality


spotProtesters halt Nadia’s eviction

spotBrighton: Moulsecoomb strike against academisation

Deaf to the overwhelming opposition of parents, students, staff and their unions, the local community and council, Lee Mason-Ellis and the Pioneer Academy chain are intent on taking over Moulsecoomb Primary School in Brighton in September

spotYork residents demand land for local community needs

spotYoung Socialists march in London

spotPride is a campaign, not a business opportunity

Readers’ opinion

spotTV Review: GB News

spotReaders’ comments


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