Socialist Party England & Wales

Review: Common History, Common Struggle by Peter Hadden

Review of Common History, Common Struggle by Peter Hadden.

Bernie McAdam  ·  13 February 2021

Ireland: the Socialist Party's dangerous times

By Bernie McAdam 20 April 2015 The Socialist Party in Ireland is deeply worried. Senior trade union officials like Irish Congress of Trade Unions President John Douglas and Jack O’Connor, […]

Workers Power  ·  20 April 2015

Ireland: United Left Alliance disintegrates

The Socialist Party of Ireland has announced its withdrawal from the United Left Alliance (ULA). The Workers and Unemployed Action Group (WUAG) departed last year and only the People before […]

Workers Power  ·  13 February 2013

Socialist Party backs McCluskey, candidate of the Unite bureaucracy

RANK AND FILE candidate Jerry Hicks has now secured 84 validated branch nominations – with several days still to go to the deadline for nominations. Barring a veritable bureaucratic coup […]

Jeremy Dewar  ·  11 February 2013

Pensions dispute and the left: a tale of backsliding and cover-up

THE 28 MARCH strike by London schools and colleges showed just how impressive a nation-wide strike could have been. Around 1,500 schools were shut down or severely disrupted, while almost […]

Jeremy Dewar  ·  04 April 2012

Pensions: left leaders in retreat — only the organised rank and file can restart the fight

By Mark Booth AFTER A TURBULENT week of union executive meetings, 300 militants packed into Friends Meeting House for an emergency conference to fight the pensions sell out. It soon […]

Workers Power  ·  16 January 2012

National Shop Stewards Network splits

The crisis inside the national Shop Stewards Network has come to a head and resulted in the inevitable parting of the ways between the Socialist Party on the one hand […]

Workers Power  ·  31 January 2011

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