Reviews and comments

15 January 2020

TV Review: Apocalypse Cow

Environmental journalist and campaigner George Monbiot recently narrated a thought-provoking documentary on Channel 4 - Apocalypse Cow.

15 January 2020

Sustainable food production and the need for socialism

Millions of predominately young people around the world protested in 2019 at the lack of governmental action to halt global warming which is leading to catastrophic climate change.

8 January 2020

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors.

27 November 2019

Plymouth Blairites side with anti-tenant landlords

Labour's manifesto seems to have struck a chord with working-class people. It gives us hope that austerity may be coming to an end.

27 November 2019

Minimum wage debate

The Socialist is running a debate. How can we end low pay and what minimum wage level should we be fighting for? In this issue, readers share their thoughts.

27 November 2019

The private sector will never provide broadband to every home, nationalisation will

I was really interested in your article on nationalising broadband.

20 November 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. Austerity kills, defend the CWU, no rape justice, disabled poor

13 November 2019

Theatre: On Bear Ridge - an examination of loss, set in a post-apocalyptic world

On Bear Ridge is the story of John Daniel (Rhys Ifans), his wife Noni (Rakie Ayola) and Ifan William (Sion Daniel Young), friend of the couple's dead son, and the trio's struggle to survive in a derelict butcher's and general store on a desolate mountain in Wales.

13 November 2019

Readers' opinion: Twitter's banning of political ads threatens workers' voice

On 30 October, Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, announced in a tweet that Twitter plans "to stop all political advertising" on its platform. His apparent reasoning behind this was his belief that "political message reach should be earned, not bought."

6 November 2019

Minimum wage debate: what should we be demanding?

The Socialist is running a debate. How we can end low pay and what minimum wage level should we be fighting for? In this issue, readers share their thoughts.

6 November 2019

TV: Crime and Punishment - this brutal watch is a damning indictment of cuts and capitalism

This compelling six-part documentary, filmed over two years, really underlines the deep crisis throughout the criminal justice system.

30 October 2019

The Socialist inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors

30 October 2019

TV: The Accident - Will capitalism be exposed in upsetting, true-to-life drama?

There's a huge explosion on a building site. Children playing on the poorly guarded site are caught in the blast - dead, injured or trapped in an unsafe building that's collapsing.

30 October 2019

Film reviews: Sorry We Missed You by Ken Loach

"A stark reminder of the inhumane lengths bosses will go to under capitalism to increase their profits": "Let's get one thing straight, you don't work for us, you work with us". Those words from the boss's mouth in the opening scene of Sorry We Missed You get turned into a sick joke over the course of the film

30 October 2019

Life in the gig economy

Reading the articles about low pay, I am glad we've raised our figure around the minimum wage. We certainly don't want to be gazumped by the Tories, although they have no intention of implementing an increase.

30 October 2019

Opinion: Labour Party is structured to block left councillors

Blairite councillors are doing everything they can to prevent councils standing up to the Tories and defending their communities like Tony Mulhearn and the 'Liverpool 47' councillors did from 1983 to 1987.

24 October 2019

Tony Mulhearn - a Eulogy

A transcript of the leading eulogy at the funeral service for Tony Mulhearn, given by general secretary of the Socialist Party, Peter Taaffe

23 October 2019

The Socialist Inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors.

16 October 2019

Major new book out in November: In Defence of Trotskyism

Since the financial crisis of 2007-08, many different movements have developed against oppression, austerity, neoliberalism and capitalism - with mixed success.


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