The Socialist

The Socialist 19 April 2007

Kick big business out of the NHS

Kick big business out of the NHS

Nurses' fury at cuts and attacks on jobs

NHS London - delivering private health


Build for national action against fees


Election manifesto 2007

Leicester: A principled stand against opportunists

Young socialist standing for Save Huddersfield NHS

Wales manifesto launch

Save our NHS campaign fields five candidates in South Lakes

Nursery cuts campaign launch

Making a difference in Lincoln

Vote Socialist Alternative on 3 May


RMT victory: Union militancy pays


Wanted - a new mass party for workers

Campaign for a New Workers' Party Conference


Tube workers win big victory over Metronet

Campaigning for a 26,000 minimum wage

Young trade unionists reject New Labour

Greenwich UNISON steps up fight against pay cuts


Venezuela: Will the trade unions give up their independence?

Bush's man at the World Bank in corruption scandal


Bosses' Pension

Blockading Britain's warhead factory

Fighting for the right to walk in the countryside

Cuts reduce advice for the people who most need help

Bank that only serves the rich

 
 

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In this issue:

The Socialist 19 April 2007, Kick big business out of the NHS

spot Kick big business out of the NHS

spot Nurses' fury at cuts and attacks on jobs

spot NHS London - delivering private health

Socialist Students

spot Build for national action against fees

Socialist Party election campaign

spot Election manifesto 2007

spot Leicester: A principled stand against opportunists

spot Young socialist standing for Save Huddersfield NHS

spot Wales manifesto launch

spot Save our NHS campaign fields five candidates in South Lakes

spot Nursery cuts campaign launch

spot Making a difference in Lincoln

spot Vote Socialist Alternative on 3 May

Socialist Party editorial

spot RMT victory: Union militancy pays

Campaign for a New Workers Party

spot Wanted - a new mass party for workers


Campaign for a New Workers' Party

Conference

Saturday 12 May 12noon to 5pm
Speakers include: Ricky Tomlinson, Justice for the Shrewsbury Pickets
University College London, Cruciform Building, Gower Street, London WC1
(nearest tubes: Goodge Street, Euston Square, Euston)
To register and for more info visit www.cnwp.org.uk


Socialist Party workplace news

spot Tube workers win big victory over Metronet

spot Campaigning for a 26,000 minimum wage

spot Young trade unionists reject New Labour

spot Greenwich UNISON steps up fight against pay cuts

International socialist news and analysis

spot Venezuela: Will the trade unions give up their independence?

spot Bush's man at the World Bank in corruption scandal

Socialist Party news and analysis

spot Bosses' Pension

spot Blockading Britain's warhead factory

spot Fighting for the right to walk in the countryside

spot Cuts reduce advice for the people who most need help

spot Bank that only serves the rich