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13 November 2018

Socialism 2018: Huge confidence in the working class to change society

Rally chair Sarah Sachs-Eldridge

Socialism 2018 - a very inspiring weekend of discussion and debate hosted by the Socialist Party - took place in London on 10 and 11 November

7 November 2018

Tories out - we need socialism!


We need socialism. That will be the central case presented on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th November at Socialism 2018 - a weekend of discussion and debate hosted by the Socialist Party.

7 November 2018

Care crisis cashing in

Private companies are making millions treating NHS patients in psychiatric hospitals that often fail to provide decent and safe care.

7 November 2018

Stand up against abuse - justice not racism

Huddersfield has once again been in the news for all the wrong reasons, as 20 men found guilty of street grooming and abuse were jailed for a total of 221 years.

7 November 2018

University bankruptcy threat - kick the market out of education

"A university going bust is more likely than at any other point in the last generation". These were the words of Nick Hillman - former advisor to Tory universities minister David Willets.

7 November 2018

Labour councils should use 14bn reserves to fight all cuts

A new report from the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) has set out the ability of Labour councils to resist cuts.

31 October 2018

Homelessness, Universal Credit misery, high rents, cramped flats, isolated estates...end the housing crisis!

Housing in Britain is in crisis. Bailiffs were called to a house in Hove on 26 October after the tenant - struggling to get by on Universal Credit - fell into rent arrears.

31 October 2018

60% of wildlife wiped out - urgent action needed to save planet

Since 1970, 60% of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles have been wiped out due to deforestation, farming techniques and other human activity.

31 October 2018

Philip Green scandal - bring him down like BHS

Billionaire boss Philip Green has spent millions of pounds attempting to hide multiple allegations of sexual harassment, bullying and racism towards his employees.

31 October 2018

Only a socialist alternative can end austerity

This week's budget shows again the urgent need to kick out the Tories. The Chancellor Philip Hammond says "the era of austerity is finally coming to an end."

31 October 2018

Save Our Schools

Build for national strike action: An insultingly low figure: that's the reality of Phillip Hammond's budget announcement of 400 million in capital spending for schools.

30 October 2018

Crisis Tory Budget brings no relief from austerity

Philip Hammond attempted to give the impression that his budget represented a major turning point for the economy and for Tory policy

24 October 2018

Join the fight for refugee rights

The unprecedented refugee crisis continues to affect millions of innocent people across the globe. One person is displaced every two seconds.

24 October 2018

'People's vote' should be a general election

On 20 October hundreds of thousands marched through the streets of London demanding a 'peoples' vote' on Brexit.

24 October 2018

Welsh Labour leadership election: 'Corbyn candidate' must pledge end to austerity

The volatility of the political situation is obvious in Wales: by the time this year ends, every political party in the Welsh Assembly will have replaced its leader at least once.

24 October 2018

Them & Us

It's one world for the super-rich, and another one for the rest of us including pay cuts for nurses, a new job for Nick Clegg and racist policing in Britol.

24 October 2018

MPs revel in 2m worth of free foreign trips

Over the last two years, 340 UK MPs have benefitted from more than 2 million worth of free overseas trips, a recent BBC report reveals

24 October 2018

Tories ensured Carillion meltdown went unchecked

The story of the catastrophic collapse of Carillion took an even more shocking turn recently

24 October 2018

Blairites plan to expand their very own academy chain

You would think that Labour politicians would be in favour of running schools that meet children's needs, unpolluted by the pursuit of profit and accountable to the communities that uses them. Well, these values are not held by Blairites who are at odds with Corbyn's plans to scrap the semi-privatised academy schools system.

24 October 2018

Universal Credit could trap women in violent relationships

The introduction of Universal Credit, under which families can lose 200 a month, has rightly provoked outrage


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