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18 September 2019

Leicester Socialist Party: Brexit chaos while austerity bites

Perspectives and tasks for Britain today.

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18 September 2019

London: packed public meeting discusses political crisis

A packed public meeting discussed the turmoil in British politics and the work of the Socialist Party in London

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18 September 2019

Trade union movement must put its stamp on swirling events

It was a serious mistake for the TUC not to call an emergency demo to demand a general election. Motions had been put forward by Socialist Party members in a number of unions.

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18 September 2019

Ditch the Tories - and austerity

Parliament is closed but there's still open warfare in the Tory party. Meanwhile, in the real world, working-class people continue to suffer from austerity and exploitation at work

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11 September 2019

End austerity in the civil service: General election now

Prior to the conference of the Trade Union Congress, a motion was put by Socialist Party members and others to the national executive committee (NEC) of the PCS civil servants' union.

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11 September 2019

Tory meltdown - Organise to finish them off

Tory MPs are dropping like flies. Johnson has lost control of his party, parliament, and the plot

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4 September 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors

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4 September 2019

Austerity anger feeds movement for Welsh independence

In the second of our series of articles exploring Brexit and the 'national question' Dave Reid secretary of the Socialist Party in Wales examines the situation there.

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28 August 2019

Workers' movement must launch a campaign for a general election

On 3 September parliament returns from its long summer holiday, sitting for less than two weeks before it breaks again for the party conference season.

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28 August 2019

Knife and gun crime a product of poverty and austerity

A rise in recorded knife attacks in Coventry mirrors growing concerns about violent crime across the country

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14 August 2019

General election looms... Capitalists in chaos: Fight for socialism

Despite the historic crisis for British capitalism represented by a looming Brexit with no reliable party to represent it, so far the chaotic Tory government farce has rumbled on.

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31 July 2019

Lib Dems: little bosses' party elects eager pro-austerity leader

Jo Swinson has eagerly put her hand up for austerity, privatisation, fracking, war and the bosses' European Union

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31 July 2019

Mass movement topples governor of Puerto Rico

Two weeks of almost continuous mass protests have forced the resignation of the governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló

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31 July 2019

Fighting Universal Credit

The Tories sold Universal Credit as a public money-saving scheme, combining several benefits into one. In reality the 'savings' were to come from reducing payouts.

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17 July 2019

Greece elections: Syriza ousted amid voter disillusionment

The recent general election in Greece saw a victory for the right-wing New Democracy.

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17 July 2019

Leicestershire - No more austerity!

'We will pay you £60 to attend a consultation session with Leicestershire County Council.' I couldn't believe that I had heard the man correctly. £60 to tell them what I think of them. Count me in!

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3 July 2019

TV: Years and Years - Engaging family drama pushes confused, reactionary message

The six-part political and family drama Years and Years follows one family from the present day over 15 years.

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3 July 2019

The Socialist inbox

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3 July 2019

Same old millionaire Tories - Fight to kick them out

Neither Boris Johnson nor Jeremy Hunt offers a decent future for workers, young people and others facing hardship. Does this mean we should be despondent? Absolutely not!

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