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Local services / Cuts

1 September 2014

Council proposes worst cuts in living memory

Last week, the Labour Cabinet in Kirklees introduced a cuts package of 70 million for so-called public consultation

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Demonstration against closure of day centre in Llandeilo, Wales: Users of Noddfa Teilo Day Club in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, protest, photo Socialist Party Wales

Demonstration against closure of day centre in Llandeilo, Wales: Users of Noddfa Teilo Day Club in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, protest, photo Socialist Party Wales

20 August 2014

Welsh councils have a choice

"You can only spend them once." This was Welsh Local Government Association chief executive Steve Thomas' explanation of why Welsh councils plan to cut 7-800 million after it was revealed that they hold reserves of over 700 million

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20 August 2014

BT pay cuts: we need less surveys, more action!

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) telecoms section is once again shying away from a fight with BT and recommending cuts in pay and conditions for new staff

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20 August 2014

North West Fire Service call centre cuts catastrophe

The disastrous consequences of just one element of cuts and privatisation in the fire service recently hit the news, when a fire crew from Carlisle in Cumbria were instructed to attend an incident near Bolton in Lancashire - a 200 mile round trip

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20 August 2014

Youth services: jobs and centres slashed

The public sector union Unison has revealed that three quarters of local authorities have cut youth services

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20 August 2014

TUSC byelection reports

Fleetwood: For the second time in eleven months, TUSC has polled a strong third position for Rossall ward of Fleetwood town council in Lancashire, winning 19% of the vote

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20 August 2014

Campaigning for genuine equality at Leeds Pride

Thousands gathered in Leeds on Sunday 3 August for the city's annual LGBT Pride march. As with previous years there was a strong presence from trade unions and other activists

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19 August 2014

Liverpool anger at library closures

A small but determined contingent attended the Labour mayor's cabinet to oppose the latest butchery of services

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19 August 2014

The People's March for the NHS

The People's March for the NHS is the brain child of a group of 'mums' from Darlington who are campaigning against NHS privatisation

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Striking in Hackney, London, on 10 July 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

6 August 2014

Unite to fight pay robbery

- Lobby the TUC on 7 September
- Coordinate strikes on 14 October
- Join the TUC London demo on 18 October:

Workers in Britain have been hit by the biggest fall in pay since 1880. Increasingly, work simply does not pay! But as incomes drop, the anger is rising

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6 August 2014

Labour policy forum: continuing Tory austerity

The Labour Party leaders have repeatedly promised to continue this government's policy of cuts. If pro-capitalist Labour wins the next election they guarantee we will face more public sector job losses

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1 August 2014

Tax workers walkout against cuts

PCS members in HMRC have been striking as part of regional rolling action on one of the three days from 30 July to 1 August

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31 July 2014

Solidarity with Birmingham student occupiers

Students at the University of Birmingham have occupied a building to protest against the recent suspensions of two students for taking part in previous sit-ins, writes Nick Hart, Birmingham Socialist Party.

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31 July 2014

Miliband needs a makeover... ...of his party and his politics

Labour leader Ed Miliband doesn't have an image problem, he has a policy problem. The problem is he doesn't have any, or at least policies that answer the gravity of the situation, writes Nancy Taaffe.

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31 July 2014

Them & Us

Clipped wings: Record house prices and low wages mean that millions of young people cannot move out of their parents' home

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29 July 2014

Passport Office strikes for jobs and decent pay

There was a good mood on the picket line at Newport passport office as workers struck to demand additional staff and improved pay

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Leicester councillors Wayne Naylor and Barbara Potter, photo Leicester TUSC

16 July 2014

Anti-cuts councillors join up with TUSC

Two Leicester anti-cuts councillors have joined up with TUSC in the fight against austerity

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Picketing Hackney Town Hall on 10 July 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

16 July 2014

J10 strike success: Now build movement to end low pay

"Work should pay, not keep you in poverty." After the 10 July strike of over one million workers, no one could be in any doubt that low pay is a major issue in Britain

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16 July 2014

Scotland: Threat of a Yes majority forces concessions

The independence referendum campaign in Scotland is approaching its concluding two months with opinion polls still showing a lead for the No side - 57% compared to 43% for Yes

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