The Socialist

The Socialist 3 June 2008

Don't just get angry - get active

New Labour's failures: Don't just get angry, get Active


Editorial: Target 'ecological' taxes at the biggest polluters

Heathrow protest: Demonstrating against a third airport runway

Cosmetic measures against fuel poverty


Belfast Airport workers: The long battle for justice

Come to the national shop stewards network conference

National Shop Stewards Network second conference advert

Union members reject pay insult


Don't deport AmDani Juna

Keep our NHS public

Nottingham: Student protests at arrests


Engels: A Revolutionary Life


Youth against racism

London Youth Against Racism activity

National demo against racist BNP

Students step-up struggle

Berlin: 8,000 school students strike


Markets cannot end house building crisis

Nationalise Bradford & Bingley


Nuclear power: An expensive and dangerous failure


The beautiful game, with beautiful profits for some


Lebanon - civil war or rule by sectarian landlords

Israel: Olmert will go, but the political crisis will stick

 
 

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In this issue:

The Socialist 3 June 2008, Don't just get angry - get active

spot New Labour's failures: Don't just get angry, get Active

Campaign for a new workers' party: conference 2008

Sunday 29 June 10am - 5pm, South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1. (nearest Rail/Tube stations - Kings Cross/St Pancras, Euston, Mornington Crescent)

Speakers include Bob Crow, RMT general secretary

Environment and socialism

spot Editorial: Target 'ecological' taxes at the biggest polluters

spotHeathrow protest: Demonstrating against a third airport runway

Heathrow runway expansion protests, photo Marc Vallée

Heathrow runway expansion protests, photo Marc Vallée


Over 3,000 people marched from Hatton Cross to Sipson to demonstrate their opposition to a third runway at Heathrow airport, writes Neil Cafferky.

spotCosmetic measures against fuel poverty

THE GOVERNMENT'S plan, announced last week, to tackle fuel poverty doesn't amount to a hill of beans...

Socialist Party workplace news

spot Belfast Airport workers: The long battle for justice

spot Come to the national shop stewards network conference


National Shop Stewards Network second conference

Saturday 28 June, 11.30am-4.30pm
South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1.

Speakers include Bob Crow, RMT, Mark Serwotka, PCS and Brian Caton, POA, plus shop stewards from disputes around the country.

£5 per delegate. Send to: NSSN, PO Box 58262, London N1 1ET. Email davechapple@btinternet.com. Or see: www.shopstewards.net

Please note that the next meeting of the North West region committee of the National Shop Stewards Network will be held on Saturday 19 July, not 19 June.


spot Union members reject pay insult

Socialist Party campaigns

spot Don't deport AmDani Juna

spot Keep our NHS public

spot Nottingham: Student protests at arrests

Socialist Party review

spot Engels: A Revolutionary Life

Socialist Party youth and students

spot Youth against racism

spot London Youth Against Racism activity


National demo against racist BNP

Saturday 21 June 2008
Assemble: 12 noon, Tooley Street, London SE1
(behind Greater London Assembly building, near Tower Bridge)

Contact ISR on anticapitalism@hotmail.co.uk or go to www.anticapitalism.org.uk


spotStudents step-up struggle

School students are angry. Over the last six weeks, thousands have walked out in protest against the running down of the education system, writes Ben Robinson, ISR national co-ordinator.

spot Berlin: 8,000 school students strike

Housing crisis

spot Markets cannot end house building crisis

spot Nationalise Bradford & Bingley

Environment: Nuclear power

spot Nuclear power: An expensive and dangerous failure

Football

spot The beautiful game, with beautiful profits for some

International socialist news and analysis

spot Lebanon - civil war or rule by sectarian landlords

spot Israel: Olmert will go, but the political crisis will stick