The Socialist Party is a fightback party.
We stand for transforming society, taking the top industries into public ownership and democratically planning the economy to meet the needs of all.
We have a proven record of mobilising working class and young people to fight in defence of rights and living standards - from the 18 million-strong movement that defeated Thatcher and her poll tax, to the struggle in Liverpool that won money from Thatcher to build 5,000 council homes, to the east London families who declared they would not budge from Butterfields and defeated a rip-off landlord’s plans to evict them. We say fight all the cuts and change society!
By joining the Socialist Party you are joining the most determined and effective socialist organisation in the country, part of the Committee for a Workers’ International, the world socialist organisation.
Our branches meet every week for inclusive and democratic political discussion and to organise our forces to work with campaigns, trade unions and activists in our communities and beyond to change the world.
Contacts near you
National: 020 8988 8777
You can also contact organisers in your area who will let you know about local meetings, events and transport to the Socialism event:
Eastern: Dave 0798 202 1969
East Mids: Steve 0773 797 8057
London: Paula 020 8988 8786
North East: Elaine 0191 421 6230
North West Hugh 07769 611 320
South East: Ken 020 8988 8777
South West: Robin 07759 796 478
Southern: Nick 07833 681910
Wales: Alec 07935 391 947
West Mids: Dave 02476 555 620
Yorkshire: Ali 0114 264 6551
Fighting for socialism worldwide.
Capitalism is an international system. That is why the Socialist Party is part of a worldwide struggle for socialism.
We are affiliated to the Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI) which organises in more than 40 countries across every continent.
Our co-thinkers include Socialist Alternative in the US, who have won the first socialist councillor in Seattle for 100 years – Kshama Sawant – and have spearheaded the campaign for a $15 an hour minimum wage.
In Ireland three MPs (TDs) are members of our sister organisation, the Socialist Party. They have played an important role in the mass movement for abortion rights.
In South Africa CWI members played a key part in the miners’ strikes after the Marikana massacre, and in the fight for a workers’ party that has taken place since.