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The Socialist 12 January 2011, issue Bankers get billions - We get cuts
Bankers get billions - We get cuts
Youth Fight for jobs campaigning in Cardiff against the bankers bailouts and bonuses, photo Cardiff YFJ
FOR GREEDY, self-serving banking industry bosses, failure is rewarded by fat pay-offs and lavish pensions, writes Tony Mulhearn.
March for a future - Join the demonstrations on 29 January
Youth Fight for Jobs demonstration, November 2009, photo Dave Carr
David Cameron has declared he'll deliver "the most pro-business...agenda ever unleashed by a government", writes Tracy Edwards, PCS young members' organiser (personal capacity).
More attacks on rights for young workers
Axe falls on courses at UWIC
Students at Leeds Trinity re-occupy
Tunisia: Wave of protests against repressive regime
CLASHES BETWEEN protesters and police over unemployment, the high cost of living and the repressive regime of president Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, are reportedly spreading across Tunisia, with the latest protests in the cities of Regueb, Thala and Kasserine in the country's southern and central regio...
Rage at inequality fires workers' action
NHS cleaners employed by Compass Medirest on a 48 hour strike in Southampton and Buckinghamshire, photo Southampton Socialist Party
"We have to let management know we won't accept this pay freeze anymore," were the angry words of one striking journalist at the Southampton Echo picket last week, writes Nick Chaffey, Secretary Southampton Shop Stewards Network (SSSN).
NSSN National: Anti-Cuts Conference
NSSN debate: The way forward for the anti-cuts movement
National Shop Stewards Network: Strategy and tactics - a dialogue
Labour baroness wants politics kept out of the Forest of Dean
Fighting Labour's cuts in Waltham Forest
Socialist Party news and analysis
Jobs cut while the rich carry on partying
Greenwich protest against council cuts 29 November 2010 - riot police were called
On 6 January nearly 8,000 council workers employed by Greenwich received notices of dismissal. The council wants to sack its entire workforce, with no entitlement to redundancy pay, and offer new contracts...
The plot thickens at News International
'Big Oil' cuts corners on safety to boost profits
Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition
Councils ramp up service charges
Campaigners tell PM: 'No to Royal Mail privatisation'
Police moles attempt to discredit protest movements
Unison rejects NHS pay freeze
Defend Whittington Hospital Campaign demonstration, photo Paul Mattsson
Unison's health service group executive has decided to completely reject the employers' proposal of a two year pay freeze in return for no compulsory redundancies, Socialist Party members on the Unison health SGE write.
Kirklees council: First round victory in cuts battle
Darlington: Newsquest strikes continue to spread
Rotherham teachers strike
Workplace news in brief