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The Socialist 19 March 2014

Smash the pay freeze

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Get your May Day Greetings in

Suzanne Beishon

Over recent years we have had brilliant May Day displays in the Socialist. Let's aim to repeat that success in 2014.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI - which the Socialist party is affiliated to) and in the autumn, the 50th anniversary of the first issue of our party's paper.

Our 'reporters' are actively involved in the struggles they write about, from workplaces, communities, universities, schools and colleges.

We report the victories that show that if you fight back you can win - from construction workers' disputes in Britain, to miners in South Africa.

And the Socialist doesn't just report workers' strikes and the anti-cuts movement, but puts forward a strategy to defeat the cuts and to fight for a socialist alternative. Help the Socialist continue that work with a May Day greeting this year!

Get a 25% discount by paying by Friday 11 April.

Greeting price guide: 500 for a whole page (375 before 11 April); 300 for a half-page (225); 170 quarter-page (127.50); 90 one-eighth (67.50); 50 one-sixteenth (37.50); 30 1/32 (22.50); 20 small box (15). Other rates are available.

In this issue

Socialist Party news and analysis

Smash the pay freeze

Tony Benn: steadfast in speaking out for socialism

After Bob Crow and Tony Benn: We fight on!

No to bosses' EU - For a socialist Europe

Unite to end racism and cuts

Osborne's more cuts budget

Oxfam report: A tale of capitalist inequality

Them & Us

International socialist news and analysis

Crimea referendum will not deliver peace and stability

South Africa: WASP registers for the 2014 elections

Activists in the US demand $15 Now!

Socialist Party workplace news

Defend education: Solidarity with teachers' strike

Doncaster care workers determined to win

Ealing hospital workers fight miserly Medirest

Workplace news in brief

Socialist Party reports and campaigns

Fight for real jobs for young people

Election Appeal: Put your money where the struggle is!

Get your May Day Greetings in

Pensioner jailed for non-payment

TUSC campaigning in Derby

Obituary: Stan Pearce, a Militant miner

Readers' comments and reviews

Review: Call the Midwife

Genetic Modification: A contribution to the debate


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19 March 2014