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5 July 2021
Protest at parliament to stop the Tories' Health and Care bill
On Saturday in towns and cities all over the country NHS workers were joined by their local communities at protests to defend the NHS and for a decent pay rise
6 November 2020
Nearly six years after it was set up the Undercover Policing Inquiry has finally begun, albeit in an extremely limited and inadequate way
7 October 2020
On Saturday 3 October, at 2pm, I got a text from NHS Professionals: "CALL TO ACTION we have an urgent requirement to fill additional shifts this weekend. Please log on to book into shifts."
9 September 2020
The billionaire-owned UK newspapers, along with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, decried the blockade by Extinction Rebellion (XR) environmental activists outside a number of printing presses last weekend
22 April 2020
"Pandemic planning became a casualty of the austerity years."
5 February 2020
Which paper details a fighting industrial strategy to beat the anti-union laws? Who explains how councils can set budgets that defy the Tory cuts? Where can you read about the practical programme needed to reconstitute a mass party for working-class political representation?
15 May 2019
Just as we go to press, Birmingham Socialist Party members have learnt that the city's home care workers could be on the verge of claiming victory in their 20-month-long dispute against Birmingham Council.
17 April 2019
School workers' anger has been expressed at the 2019 conference of the National Education Union (NEU).
20 March 2019
The early-bird deadline for May Day greetings is fast approaching! We want full payment for as many greetings as possible by 5pm on Friday 29 March, the cut-off for the 20% advance discount.
12 December 2018
The murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi has brought into horrifying focus the dangers faced by reporters throughout the world.
20 June 2018
To mark the 1000th issue of the Socialist, which was launched in 1997, we interviewed Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary and former editor of Militant, the predecessor of the Socialist.
30 May 2018
Fiction: Black River: Aberfan, Hillsborough, Grenfell. Names synonymous with warnings ignored, corners cut and the disregard capitalism has for working class lives.
28 March 2018
Yorkshire region got off to a flying start in its building fund appeal at our regional conference where 36 members made an average pledge of £365, writes Nigel Smith, York Socialist Party.
7 February 2018
Building fund finance appeal launched: At the beginning of autumn last year the Socialist Party received a notice to quit our national centre by the end of summer 2018
31 January 2018
Film: The Post: In 1971 US casualties in Vietnam were running at 500 a week, and opposition to the war was reaching boiling point.
18 October 2017
72,877 CWU members had voted to strike over pensions, pay and other issues
20 September 2017
Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors
8 May 2017
Tenants refuse to pay outrageous 40% rent increase
26 April 2017
Three leading staff members have already resigned from the Tory campaign team.
19 April 2017
The life and death struggle for the future of the NHS, against the onslaught of cuts and privatisation, has now entered a new phase.
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