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23 June 2021

Anti-protest bill breaches human rights

Even Parliament's human rights committee (JCHR) has lambasted the Tories crime and policing bill. Restricting the right to protest will breach human rights laws and criminalise peaceful protesters, it

23 June 2021

Sacking non-vaccinated care workers will not save lives

The Tories' announcement that care home workers will have to be vaccinated to retain their jobs is a deliberate, if somewhat botched, attempt to distract attention from their appalling safety record on Covid-19

23 June 2021

Leicester private healthcare tragedy

Private healthcare is embedded in the provision of accident and emergency treatment at the Leicester Royal Infirmary

23 June 2021

TUSC calls for local 'People's Budget' campaigns

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) All-Britain Steering Committee is calling on all local TUSC groups, individual members, supporters and affiliated groups in areas where they are active, to begin to lay plans for the year ahead - focusing on local 'People's Budget' campaigns.

18 June 2021

Unite general secretary contest: Vote for Sharon Graham

The fighting programme that is much needed can win this election.

16 June 2021

Women's health matters

The Cumberlege review last year was just one example of the devastating impact of the 'gender health gap'

16 June 2021

Tamil Solidarity asylum victory

Sri Lanka: Political campaigning now grounds for asylum: In a recent landmark ruling, the Upper Tribunal - responsible for judicial reviews of Home Office decisions - has proposed new 'country guidance' used for determining asylum cases of refugees from Sri Lanka

16 June 2021

Beth Roper inquest: Train company failures ignored

Two years and six months ago we tragically lost a brilliant comrade and a wonderful friend, Socialist Party member Bethan Roper

16 June 2021

Make vaccine technology public, nationalise big-pharma

G7 vaccine promises fall short: G7 leaders have pledged to donate 1 billion doses of coronavirus vaccine to poorer countries by the end of 2022. Boris Johnson's Tory government, for its part, has pledged 100 million doses.

16 June 2021

Neonatal leave introduced: Unions must fight for extensions and full pay

The birth of any child is an intense and stressful time for most parents, and that applies even more if babies are born prematurely

9 June 2021

Fight for the funding our schools and colleges need

The Treasury refused to foot the bill that Kevan Collins deemed necessary

9 June 2021

Left candidate needed for Unite general secretary election

The nomination period for the Unite general secretary election has closed with all four candidates gaining enough branch nominations

9 June 2021

If unions give a lead, workers are fully prepared to fight and win victories

A year ago, the trade union leaderships collapsed into national unity with the Tory government and the employers.

9 June 2021

Tory splits and infighting growing

As society moves out of lockdown, all the pent-up political and economic processes that have accumulated over the last 15 months are starting to be unleashed.

9 June 2021

G7 Can't solve poverty, Covid and climate change - join the struggle for Socialism

A lot has happened since the G7, a group of rich capitalist nations including the UK and US, last met in summer 2019

9 June 2021

G7 tax deal won't challenge corporate power

Ahead of the G7 summit, the media brought news of a 'historic' plan to impose a global minimum tax rate on large companies

9 June 2021

Dea-John Reid murder: Jobs, homes and services, not racism

14 year-old Dea-John Reid was tragically murdered on the streets of Kingstanding, Birmingham, on the evening of 31 May.

8 June 2021

'Let's fight to win on NHS pay and funding'

Local protests and demonstrations are being organised on the NHS's birthday, 3 July

2 June 2021

Capitalism's Covid failings

The Socialist issue 1079

Its workers, not Cummings, who can expose them.
Read what was written in the Socialist, when responding to the crisis during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

2 June 2021

Unite general secretary campaign: Statement from Howard Beckett

The nomination stage of the Unite the Union general secretary election campaign ends on 7 June. The Socialist Party invited the two left candidates, Sharon Graham and Howard Beckett, to outline why they standing


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