The Socialist

The Socialist 29 October 2014

Millions robbed by greedy bosses

The Socialist issue 831

Millions robbed by greedy bosses

Capitalism - 'the new mediocre'

Record numbers of workers suffering poverty pay

NHS: More cuts planned

Our health is not a game!

Scottish Labour in crisis

Them & Us


Lessons from history: 1917 Revolution in Russia

Australia: The sacking of a government


Building a political alternative in Seattle


Support FBU pension strikes: Save our fire service

St Mungo's Broadway workers discuss next action

Sheffield recycling workers to start indefinite action

Ritzy workers threatened with redundancy

Fighting for better pay for workers

Wales colleges: Vote 'yes' in pay strike consultation

NASUWT members strike at Swinton High School

Workplace news in brief


Leicester holds historic People's Budget talks

Southwark Labour demolishes homes

Donate for socialism!


Film review: On the streets of Belfast in 1971

Red Dylan Thomas


Bill Webster 1941-2014

Ronnie Sookhdeo 1946-2014

 
 
 
 
 

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The Socialist 29 October 2014, Millions robbed by greedy bosses

Socialist history

Lenin flankned by Trotsky addressing a demonstration in Moscow, May 1920. Under Stalin's counter-revolution, Trotsky was airbrushed out of the picture

Lenin flankned by Trotsky addressing a demonstration in Moscow, May 1920. Under Stalin's counter-revolution, Trotsky was airbrushed out of the picture

spot Lessons from history: 1917 Revolution in Russia

spot Australia: The sacking of a government

Dave Nellist speaking at the Leicester People's Budget conference, alongside Tessa Warrington (left), cllr Barbara Potter (centre) and cllr Wayne Naylor (right), photo Ambrose Musiyiwa

Dave Nellist speaking at the Leicester People's Budget conference, alongside Tessa Warrington (left), cllr Barbara Potter (centre) and cllr Wayne Naylor (right), photo Ambrose Musiyiwa

spot Leicester holds historic People's Budget talks

spot Southwark Labour demolishes homes

spot Donate for socialism!

Readers' comments and reviews

The British army was sent to Northern Ireland, not to defend beleaguered Catholics but to defend private property and British imperialism

The British army was sent to Northern Ireland, not to defend beleaguered Catholics but to defend private property and British imperialism

spot Film review: On the streets of Belfast in 1971

spot Red Dylan Thomas

Obituary

Bill Webster speaking in 1984, photo Dave Sinclair

Bill Webster speaking in 1984, photo Dave Sinclair

spot Bill Webster 1941-2014

spot Ronnie Sookhdeo 1946-2014