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23 April 2015

Wales: Hundreds protest cuts to adult education

Staff and students across colleges in Wales took part in protests against 30 million of Welsh Labour government cuts

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22 April 2015

30 years ago: 250,000 school students walked out.

This month marks the 30th anniversary of the 1985 school student strikes. Militant, the predecessor of the Socialist Party, played a leading role in organising them

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22 April 2015

TUSC's election broadcast - "at last - a left wing alternative"

On Friday 17 April the TUSC party political broadcast aired on all five terrestrial TV channels

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22 April 2015

NUS women's conference

Now is a time when fighting back is becoming ever more important. But no mass organisations are willing to play the role of leaders. Socialist Students has to step up!

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19 April 2015

Only TUSC can be trusted to save local services

"You're the first person who has made sense in this election" said a council worker

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15 April 2015

Putting socialism back in LGBT politics

Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM) is once again on the frontline of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) politics, writes Jack Chadwick, York University Students' Union LGBTQ Officer.

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15 April 2015

We can end the housing crisis

All the indicators of homelessness are on the rise. The number of children living in temporary accommodation has risen by nearly 10,000 in the last 12 months.

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15 April 2015

Protest votes

39. As the existing parties are weakened, other 'populist' forces are stepping into the vacuum. This process will accelerate under the next government, particularly before the formation of a new workers'

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15 April 2015

Potential flashpoints for class struggle

50. There are multiple issues over which struggle could develop in the next period. When there is a seemingly immovable blockage at the top, workers search for a way round it. Explosions can take place

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15 April 2015

Conclusion

60. The political situation is extremely unstable, making it impossible to accurately predict exactly how events will develop. However, some points are very clear. The next government will be highly unstable

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10 April 2015

Fast Food Rights action - 15th April

On Wednesday 15th April, fast food and other low-paid workers in the USA will be taking part in what could be the biggest day of strikes, occupations and protests yet in their fight for a $15/hour minimum wage

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photo Paul Mattsson

8 April 2015

Low pay? No way!

Employers around the country - large and small, including the public sector - have created a culture of despair. Poverty pay means millions cannot afford the basics they need for a decent life

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7 April 2015

Speaking up for public services and young people

West Midlands Fire Brigades Union member and TUSC Dudley North parliamentary candidate Dave Pitt spoke to the Socialist

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1 April 2015

Miliband's 0-hour contracts limit not enough!

Campaigners from the Youth Fight for Jobs campaign have reacted to news that Miliband plans to put a '12 week limit' on the use of zero hours contracts

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photo Paul Mattsson

1 April 2015

Save our schools

Education will be a vital question on people's minds in the general election and local elections on 7 May. But most voters will have very different priorities from the Tory-Liberal Democrat coalition government

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1 April 2015

Students occupy for free education

Students across London have been occupying universities, demanding free education and improvements to services. Members of Socialist Students and the Socialist Party have been supporting the movement

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photo Paul Mattsson

25 March 2015

2015 elections: Reject the austerity lies

Join the socialist fightback! The Socialist Party's central message in the 2015 elections is this: austerity is not necessary and there is an alternative - a socialist alternative

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25 March 2015

Lewisham: Marching against academies

Amid loud chants of "No ifs! No buts! Academy status sucks!" and "Parents, teachers, students say: Academies in Lewisham? No way!" around 300 protesters demonstrated through Lewisham in South London

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Helen Pattison argues for a minimum 10 an hour wage, photo Paul Mattsson

18 March 2015

Fight for 10 an hour now!

Osborne's 20p insult to low paid: A 20p an hour pay rise - so much then for the government's "giveaway" pre-election budget! What an insult to the lowest paid - a paltry rise in the minimum wage from 6.50 to 6.70 an hour, by next October.

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18 March 2015

How can civil liberties be protected?

Paul Heron reviews 'On Liberty' by Shami Chakrabati

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