Socialist Worker

The things they say

Issue No. 2501

"Direct and serious threat"

Michael Gove says Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey are coming for your public services or something


"Out of control"

Iain Duncan Smith didn’t mean himself or the Tories in general but immigration


"No union should have a veto over what an elected government does"

Jeremy Hunt gets bothered by the junior doctors’ strike


"Militants, Trots, antisemites and terrorist sympathisers all seem to have been welcomed into Labour"

Celebrity peer Alan Sugar loses the plot a bit


"Very exciting idea for consumers"

Culture secretary John Whittingdale describes music streaming service Electric Jukebox. Its boss Rob Lewis gave him £5,000


"The Asians…well… they’re different aren’t they?"

Trevor Phillips continues to speak up where normally only Islamophobes would


If you enjoy Socialist Worker, please consider giving to our annual appeal to make sure we can maintain and develop our online and print versions of Socialist Worker. Go here for details and to donate.

Article information

Who Says?
Tue 26 Apr 2016, 17:42 BST
Issue No. 2501
Share this article


Mobile users! Don't forget to add Socialist Worker to your home screen.