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13 December 2017

Tory plan to hold dinner at coal mining museum defeated

Local residents and ex-mining families were outraged when news came through that Dewsbury Conservative Association was intending to have their annual dinner at the National Coal Mining Museum at the former Caphouse colliery in Overton near Wakefield.

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6 December 2017

BT pensions review - oppose the attacks on the pension schemes

A 60-day consultation is taking place to make changes to several BT pension schemes

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6 December 2017

Blairite horror and Labour's divisions graphically exposed

Documentary: Labour - the Summer that Changed Everything: Blairite Stephen Kinnock's eyes are frozen in horror and amazement as the implications of the huge moral victory for Corbyn sink in

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6 December 2017

Fighting sexism, violence and capitalism - an international struggle

Interviews with socialist women from Mexico, Belgium, Ireland and Brazil

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30 November 2017

Dramatic retelling of Grunwick strike

'We Are the Lions, Mr Manager' portrays the defining 1970s struggle by low-paid Asian women workers

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22 November 2017

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say?: Send your news, views and criticism in not more than 150 words to Socialist Postbox, PO Box 24697, London E11 1YD, phone 020 8988 8771 or email editors@socialistparty.org.uk

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15 November 2017

TV review: Abortion on Trial - hard-hitting look at impact of 1967 act

Abortion on Trial is a hard-hitting, personal and political look at the 1967 Abortion Act. Eight women, who had all had abortions, and one man were invited to discuss their experiences

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15 November 2017

Comprehensive account of bloody conflict

TV review: The Vietnam War: The US's role in endless wars in Afghanistan and the Middle East. Rising tensions between the US, Russia and China. Watching Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's monumental ten-part documentary on the Vietnam

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8 November 2017

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Even if you oppose the ideas defended by Militant, surely trying to erase it from history is not quality journalism

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8 November 2017

Welsh update of Chekhov an engrossing tale of 1980s class conflict

Theatre - The Cherry Orchard: Part of 'R17', a series of arts events in Wales to mark the centenary of the Russian revolution, this adaptation is worthy of the connection

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1 November 2017

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors. "He's our neighbour"; Gunpowder plot drama.

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1 November 2017

Skipton show proves draw of socialist art

How did we manage to attract nearly 100 people and local press coverage to a political arts event, the 'Bad Art' Skipton exhibition?

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26 October 2017

New play celebrates Grunwick strike

'We Are the Lions, Mr Manager' celebrates the first major strike by Asian women in this country

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25 October 2017

The Socialist inbox

Do you have something to say? Letters to the Socialist's editors

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25 October 2017

Well-deserved ridicule of Stalinism is impressive, funny but flawed

Film - The Death of Stalin: Fans of The Thick of It's lampooning of New Labour will notice parallels. The Stalinists, like the Blairites, are egotistical buffoons, completely isolated from the working class

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25 October 2017

1967 Abortion Act reflected social changes

Fight for the right to choose when and whether to have children: Fifty years ago the 1967 Abortion Act was signed into law - where are women's rights today?

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18 October 2017

'Dazzling' Bad Art show points to socialist future

Skipton is a quiet market town better known as the 'Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales' than it is for revolution. But on 6 October, socialist artists and activists, as well as the general public, from Manchester, Lancashire and Yorkshire gathered to view a dazzling selection of work by artists loosely grouped around the 'Bad Art' project.

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18 October 2017

Powerful picture of the Port Talbot steel workers' struggle

Theatre: We're Still Here: Under the threat of closure, the steel workers - but not the pensioners - were forced to vote for one of two options, either of which meant a cut in pensions. 'We're Still Here' dramatises the effect of this threat on the workers.

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18 October 2017

October 1917 reviews: 'More bright than any heaven'

The October revolution showed countless millions that workers have the power to stop exploitation and oppression. It's no surprise these events inspired marvellous documentary and artistic works. The Socialist revisits some of the classic accounts of 1917 - and comments on some more recent efforts to smear it...

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