The Socialist

The Socialist 19 January 2010

Haitians abandoned, bankers rewarded: Fight for a socialist world

Haitians abandoned, bankers rewarded


Haiti - disaster compounded by capitalism


Defend jobs, nationalise Bosch

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition gets started

Support grows for new Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

Donate to help build a socialist alternative


Youth Fight for Jobs - demonstrate on 13 March


Civil service compensation scheme: A fight for jobs and services

Victory for hospital workers

South Yorkshire firefighters forced to strike again

Virgin Trains ticket office workers walk out


Obama and the Democrats in power

Sri Lankan government condemned


'Stop and search' unlawful

Non jury trials undermine democratic rights

Spinning the war

LibDems show their true colours

Marching off the dole?

Socialist Party national committee


Education trusts are "academies lite"

Stop the cuts in higher education

No business in our education


Angry reaction to Unison witch-hunt


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The Socialist 19 January 2010, Haitians abandoned, bankers rewarded: Fight for a socialist world

Haitians abandoned, bankers rewarded

Fight for a socialist world While desperate survivors in Haiti's destroyed capital of Port-au-Prince tried to find food, water and shelter, US secretary of state Hillary Clinton breezed into the main airport for a photo opportunity, diverting aid relief flights which included a field hospital from the charity Médecins Sans Frontières, writes Dave Carr.