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18 April 2012
Thursday 19 April 7-9pm, Cardiff Bus Sports and Social Club, Tudor St, Riverside...
21 March 2012
Support anti-cuts candidates: Devon county council and Devon NHS are putting children's services out to tender writes Jim Thomson, South West Socialist Party.
7 March 2012
Youth Fight for Jobs and Cardiff Trades Council demonstrated outside the Welsh Liberal Democrats spring conference on Saturday to oppose the government's workfare scheme
29 February 2012
Teachers' strike: NUT union members at sixth form colleges across London walked out at lunchtime on 23 February for a half-day's strike over pay and college funding, writes Bob Severn.
27 February 2012
Lewisham Socialist Party members held a very lively protest outside McDonalds on Saturday. Other protests took place in Cardiff and elsewhere
25 January 2012
249 workers have been shown the door at Peacocks' head office in Cardiff following the retail company going into administration, writes Dave Reid, Wales Socialist Party.
25 January 2012
Official figures show that in the three months up to November last year unemployment rose by another 118,000 to break the 2.5 million mark, writes Jaime Davies, South East Wales youth organiser.
14 December 2011
The 'Dirty 7' construction companies have finally been dragged kicking and screaming to the negotiating table by months of rank & file protest action. Read on for reports of protests on 14 December and the latest Socialist Party leaflet
29 November 2011
On 11 November six Occupy Cardiff activists were arrested by South Wales police, simply for exercising their right to protest peacefully
23 November 2011
Cardiff: Occupy Cardiff outmanoeuvred both police and Cardiff council by starting a camp in the grounds of the Unite union offices in Cardiff...
16 November 2011
After a heroic six-hour stand off, South Wales police physically forced supporters of Occupy Cardiff off their protest site at Cardiff Castle
24 October 2011
'Hardest Hit' marches and rallies took place across the UK on Saturday, against the Welfare Reform Bill which will reduce support for disabled people
7 September 2011
The number of NEET (Not in Employment, Education or Training) youth in the UK has risen to 18.4%. One year ago NEET figures were at 16.3%. It is no coincidence that the figure has risen sharply and steeply...
17 August 2011
17 young people marched from Merthyr to Cardiff to protest against the scandal of youth unemployment. The three-day march of Youth Fight for Jobs, Wales, ended on 6 August to a terrific reception...
3 August 2011
Merthyr to Cardiff 4-6 August: Tory work and pensions secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, singled out Merthyr Tydfil when he implied that the main barrier to jobseekers finding work was their own apathy - 'why don't they just get on a bus to Cardiff?' he asked
13 July 2011
Con-Dems have no solution to unemployment: Merthyr Tydfil in Wales has the fourth highest level of youth unemployment in Britain with more than a third of 16-24 year olds unable to find work, writes Katie Simpson, Cardiff Youth Fight for Jobs.
6 July 2011
The 30 June coordinated strike action by the PCS civil service union and NUT, ATL and UCU teaching unions was a historic event
8 June 2011
"Yes means yes! No means no! Whatever we wear, wherever we go!" was the chant as women and men took to the streets of Newcastle on 4 June in a lively 'slutwalk' protest...
8 June 2011
PCS members at the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) took their third period of strike action on 6 June against plans to close offices and cut jobs, writes Ross Saunders.
6 June 2011
About 250 angry women and men gathered in Cardiff to march against the myth that rape is caused by what women wear.
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