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25 November 2020

CripTales: A painful reflection of a system that pits us against each other

To mark the 25th anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act, the BBC has produced a series of short films called 'CripTales'

25 November 2020

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors.

25 November 2020

Mangrove: When the black community made a stand against state racism

The inspirational film about Britain's most influential black power trial, 'Mangrove', was recently aired on the BBC

18 November 2020

The Socialist Inbox

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18 November 2020

Obituary: Paul Chettle

Eastern Region Socialist Party members are mourning the loss of longstanding Cambridgeshire Socialist Party member Paul Chettle, after a long and recurrent illness

11 November 2020

Trump is out - our readers react

I teach US History for GCSE. I spent a chunk of the lesson yesterday trying to explain why the federal constitution uses an electoral college and not a popular vote to choose a president (because the founding

11 November 2020

The Socialist Inbox

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11 November 2020

Trotsky's ideas live on in the CWI

Book Review: A revolutionary whose ideas couldn't be killed: Eighty years after his assassination, the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) has published a collection of ten essays on the life and ideas of Leon Trotsky

11 November 2020

Readers of the Socialist react to effects of lockdown

"My hopes of secure employment killed": I was left stunned, shocked and bewildered when, on 9 October, Cineworld temporarily closed all 127 of its sites across the UK, putting 5,500 jobs at risk

11 November 2020

Schools need union action for safety

Socialist Party members in schools speak out: While we welcome the NEU taking the stance that schools and colleges should be part of the lockdown, what's become clear to members is that it lacked teeth

4 November 2020

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28 October 2020

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Callous and cruel Tories
Matt Hancock, with his sickly insincere smile, retorted that 63 million had been given to local councils, which could be used to help children over the holidays who get free school meals.

28 October 2020

Books that inspired me: Germinal

I sold the Militant newspaper at the entrance to Snowdown pit in Kent throughout the 1984-85 miners' strike, and until the pit's closure in 1987.

14 October 2020

Obituary: Raph Parkinson 1958-2020

Socialist Party members in Liverpool and elsewhere, and Unison activists, members and staff, are shocked and saddened by the death, as a result of coronavirus, of our comrade Raph Parkinson.

14 October 2020

The Socialist Inbox

Hannah Sell's article ' Worldwide Capitalist Crisis Deepens' (socialistparty.org.uk) exemplified the Tories' 'magic money tree', "EasyJet was given access to more than $750 million in government money in April"

14 October 2020

Non-fiction: This Land - the story of a movement

The 2017 general election surge for Corbyn's anti-austerity manifesto was a high point for many workers and youth desperate for an alternative to Tory cuts

14 October 2020

Students speak out: isolation and uncertainty reign

'Hollow and empty' higher education: Hollow and empty is how I would describe the first week of my higher education.

7 October 2020

The Socialist Inbox

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7 October 2020

Non-fiction: 'Why I no longer talk to white people about race'

'Why I no longer talk to white people about race' by Reni Eddo-Lodge, written in 2014, is a personalised, honest and thought-provoking read about racism in Britain

7 October 2020

Film: 'Sick' - 'They've got people looking in the wrong direction'

'Sick' is a heart-wrenching drama/documentary that uses the real stories of benefit claimants battling, and sometimes losing to, the system to claim Personal Independence Payment, and also work capability assessments for Employment Support Allowance.


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