The Socialist

The Socialist 2 June 2010

Stop Israeli state terror!

Stop Israeli state terror!


British Airways strike: Full support for the cabin crew


Oil spill is 'worst environmental disaster' to hit US


No to privatised academies: Defend public education

Millionaire cabinet plans cuts in benefits

One Law for the rich...

Them and us!

Interview with sacked Telegen workers

Youth Fight for Jobs: More trade unions add their support


Cardiff says 'no' to the racist EDL


Gateshead tenants demand decent homes


Socialists campaign for Pride not profit in Birmingham


Margaret Thatcher: Why workers cannot forget


Minority representation in Scotland for Westminster coalition of cuts

Socialist Party Scotland to be launched


Fighting council cuts: Planning for united strikes in Kirklees

PCS conference Defend the public sector

Coventry - time for mass action

Will the councils fight the cuts?

University and Colleges Union: Congress votes to fight

UCU young members' conference

NSSN conference 2010


Jamaican armed forces surround and storm poor neighbourhood

Workers' suicides: The human cost of an iPad

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The Socialist 2 June 2010, Stop Israeli state terror!

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British Airways cabin crew strike

British Airways cabin crew on strike at Heathrow airport, photo Paul Mattsson

British Airways cabin crew on strike at Heathrow airport, photo Paul Mattsson

spot British Airways strike: Full support for the cabin crew

Extent of surface oil slick on May 24 2010, photo NASA

Extent of surface oil slick on May 24 2010, photo NASA

spot Oil spill is 'worst environmental disaster' to hit US

Socialist Party news and analysis

A housing protest on the Seven Stars estate in Wrekenton, Gateshead, photo Elaine Brunskill

A housing protest on the Seven Stars estate in Wrekenton, Gateshead, photo Elaine Brunskill

spot Gateshead tenants demand decent homes

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, as she will always be remembered, photo Alan Hardman

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, as she will always be remembered, photo Alan Hardman

spot Margaret Thatcher: Why workers cannot forget

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