The Socialist

The Socialist 27 February 2008

Rich get richer - We pay the bills

Rich get richer - We pay the bills


Editorial: Stop witch-hunts in Unison - defend those attacked!

Trade union activist fights intimidation

Members protest at Unison witch-hunt


Student feature: Fighting fees


Building the Campaign for a New Workers' Party


Shelter staff vote to strike

Acas staff ballot for strike

Journalists battle for union rights

Workplace News in brief


Scotland - Vendetta against Tommy Sheridan condemned

Feature: Fidel Castro's resignation opens up new chapter

Pakistan elections: Crushing defeat for Musharraf, landslide for opposition parties

Miliband's extraordinary apology on rendition

Sleaze in Northern Ireland: Keeping it in the family


Don't let our hospital pay the price for PFI

Explosive mood on gas profits

Fight Devon and Somerset fire cuts

Marching against single status pay cuts

Neither Labour nor Tories will defend public services

Post Office closures

Sheffield buses campaign: 'Saving our services'

 
 

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In this issue:

The Socialist 27 February 2008, Rich get richer - We pay the bills

spot Rich get richer - We pay the bills

Unison witch-hunt

spot Editorial: Stop witch-hunts in Unison - defend those attacked!

spot Trade union activist fights intimidation

spot Members protest at Unison witch-hunt

Socialist Students

spot Student feature: Fighting fees

Campaign for a New Workers Party

spot Building the Campaign for a New Workers' Party

Workplace news

spot Shelter staff vote to strike

spot Acas staff ballot for strike

spot Journalists battle for union rights

spot Workplace News in brief

International socialist news and analysis

spot Scotland - Vendetta against Tommy Sheridan condemned

spotFeature: Fidel Castro's resignation opens up new chapter

Fidel Castro in Washington 1959

Fidel Castro in Washington 1959

The formal resignation of Fidel Castro as president of Cuba opens up a new chapter in Cuba's history. PETER TAAFFE comments on this latest development and argues the need for workers' democracy in Cuba.

spot Pakistan elections: Crushing defeat for Musharraf, landslide for opposition parties

spot Miliband's extraordinary apology on rendition

spot Sleaze in Northern Ireland: Keeping it in the family

Socialist Party campaigns

spot Don't let our hospital pay the price for PFI

spot Explosive mood on gas profits

spot Fight Devon and Somerset fire cuts

spot Marching against single status pay cuts

spot Neither Labour nor Tories will defend public services

spot Post Office closures

spot Sheffield buses campaign: 'Saving our services'