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1 October 2014

What party should students vote for?

The general election may be eight months away, but the three main parties have already embarked on a mission to remake their images and shore up support

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1 October 2014

Round up: Socialist Students at the freshers fairs

Leeds: Once again, Socialist Students has met hundreds of students wanting to join us across the three universities in Leeds

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1 October 2014

York University - Student housing letting agency victory

It's an old adage that student accommodation is always bad. Apparently, living with walls covered in damp and families of slugs just goes with the territory

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1 October 2014

Housing - a history of class struggle

Housing is one of the most pressing social issues in Britain. Millions are struggling to pay their rents or mortgages. Government policies have resulted in rents and house prices reaching crazy heights

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24 September 2014

Academies lead to nepotism and profit making

The Socialist (issue 782) previously reported on a campaign to stop Rushey Mead in Leicester becoming an academy

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24 September 2014

Round up: Socialist Students at the freshers fairs

Manchester: Socialist Students ran campaign stalls every day of the University of Manchester freshers fair, campaigning for a 10 an hour minimum wage, writes Bridget Russell.

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Hackney council workers striking for better pay on 10 July 2014, photo Paul Mattsson

24 September 2014

United strike action can win

Support the October pay walkouts: The image of a homeless person rummaging through a bin for food is sadly quite common. But now many low paid workers are also being forced into that situation, writes Jean Thorpe, Nottingham City Unison rep, personal capacity.

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22 September 2014

College lecturers join 14 October strike

University and College Union members from more than 300 FE colleges will be joining the 14 October strike of local government workers

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Students protesting at Sussex university, photo Suzanne Beishon

17 September 2014

Students: fight to end austerity and capitalism

For many young people, this month represents the start of a new phase in their lives - an exciting and fresh chapter. Universities will welcome tens of thousands of first-year students.

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17 September 2014

Lambeth College

UCU union members at Lambeth College members have voted to ballot for further strike action over new contracts that cut holiday by two weeks, add extra hours for no extra pay and slash sick pay

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 University, college and school students protest in central London against higher tuition fees and education cuts , photo Suzanne Beishon

10 September 2014

Students: Fight debt, poverty and capitalism

Going to university is supposed to be a stepping stone to a job which you couldn't get without a degree. The reality is that, because of Westminster politicians, the only thing guaranteed for students after completing a degree is debt

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10 September 2014

NUT members angry at lack of October strike action

I was recently elected as National Union of Teachers (NUT) executive member with a manifesto clearly stating we needed to escalate strike action, writes Jane Nellist, NUT executive member (personal capacity).

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10 September 2014

Guardian story confirms councils can resist cuts

Aditya Chakrabortty's Guardian story on the efforts of Enfield council to respond to the housing crisis shows that councillors can find ways to resist austerity if they choose to.

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10 September 2014

TUSC councillors back taxi struggle

100 RMT members packed Leicester town hall last Wednesday evening at the city council's planning control meeting, writes Tessa Warrington and Wayne Naylor, Leicester TUSC.

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10 September 2014

Them & Us

Universal chaos: As anticipated, the government's cost-cutting Universal Credit (UC) system is leading to increased rent arrears among tenants

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6 September 2014

NUT executive opposes participation in 14 October strikes

On Friday afternoon, the National Union of Teachers executive committee met to consider its attitude to the motions on the TUC Congress agenda and to consider its ongoing Stand Up For Education Campaign

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4 September 2014

Communities determined to protect remaining leisure facilities

Cardiff council is threatening massive cuts to leisure services

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3 September 2014

Join the fight for free education and student grants!

We now have to stay in compulsory education until we're 18, without Education Maintenance Allowance

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3 September 2014

Wales: Save the Financial Contingency Fund

The Welsh Government announced on 20 August 2014 it had abolished the Financial Contingency Fund (FCF) for universities in Wales this academic year

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3 September 2014

Rotherham: Council and police cover up abuse

There has been widespread revulsion and outrage at the findings of the report by Professor Alexis Jay into the horrendous abuse of children and young people in Rotherham, published on 26 August

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