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14 January 2015

Workplace news in brief

Wales FE strike: Further Education union members in Wales delivered a mandate for strike action over pay in ballots that closed on 5 January

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12 January 2015

Save Moorways pool and sports centre

Derby TUSC supporters are fighting the closure of Moorways swimming pool and sports centre

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9 January 2015

A strange way to protect public services

Three of our four day centres for adults with learning disabilities are due to close

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7 January 2015

Stealing school fields? It's child's play

School playing fields are not "surplus land". So said close to 100 concerned parents and local residents at Parkland Primary School, Swansea, in December

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7 January 2015

Socialist Students campaigning reports

Socialist Students is a democratic campaigning organisation with groups in universities and colleges throughout the country

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'Save Sedgefield' demo, 12 December 2014

'Save Sedgefield' demo, 12 December 2014

7 January 2015

The battle for Sedgehill school

No to Academies!: Parents, teachers and school students in Lewisham are angry. Labour-run Lewisham council in south London plans to dismiss the governors and headteacher at Sedgehill school and impose an 'interim executive

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7 January 2015

Them & Us

Fat cat City bankers were paid an average of 1.3 million last year, making their pay packages worth almost 50 times the average annual wage in the UK

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7 January 2015

Workplace news in brief

Socialist Party member John Reid has been elected as the London Transport member for the RMT union's council of executives

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15 December 2014

'Save Sedgehill': demo against forced academy

Over 400 parents, staff and students took to the streets of Catford

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10 December 2014

Tenants can resist Scrooge landlords

Housing crisis: Last month, evictions hit record-breaking levels. According to the homelessness charity Shelter, more than 1,300 people are put at risk of repossession or eviction every day

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10 December 2014

Socialist Students: fight for free education

On 6 January students from 25 universities and colleges around the country met in London for the Socialist Students national conference

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10 December 2014

Students join Lambeth walkout

Striking teachers at Lambeth College were backed up by some of their students walking out on 9 December, writes Please send messages of support to Mandy Brown, UCU branch secretary, at mandybrowncow@yahoo.com.

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Russell Brand leads protesters on the New Era estate demo outside Westbrook offices in Mayfair, photo Paul Mattsson

3 December 2014

Angry New Era tenants take protest to Cameron

500 march from Westbrook headquarters to hand in petition

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Hull city council's survey (left) and the unions' response

3 December 2014

Hull city council: a tale of two surveys

Provocative staff survey clearly designed to help slash workers' terms and conditions

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3 December 2014

Lancaster University occupied

Protest/support messages needed: The protest started in Alexandra Square with around 30 people storming the entrance of the University House, the university's admin office, in demand of free education

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3 December 2014

UoM occupation assaulted but undaunted

University of Manchester students have been in occupation after a free education march and rally attended by around 100 students, where Socialist Students activist Tom Simpson spoke from the platform, writes By a Socialist Students member at UoM.

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3 December 2014

Sixth form students grill Grayling

During Tory Justice Minister Chris Grayling's flying visit to Greenhead College in Huddersfield on 14 November, sixth form Law and Politics students put him on the spot on a number of issues

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3 December 2014

Neighbours defend disabled man from eviction

A local community in Newcastle came out to defend a disabled resident threatened with eviction on 27 November. His rent arrears had been under control - until compounded by the bedroom tax

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TUC march against Tories demanding action on NHS, photo Paul Mattsson

3 December 2014

NHS: the money's running out

Tories' 2bn funding lie: The money is running out - at Medway Foundation Trust in Kent, maybe as early as January.

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt's additional "winter pressures" payments won't even touch the sides. Nor will Chancellor George Osborne's 2 billion nationally - much of it is already in the NHS budget anyway!

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Fighting the cuts in Tower Hamlets

3 December 2014

Tower Hamlets: Government attacks local democracy

Tower Hamlets hit the news when Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles threatened to send in government commissioners. How can councils fight the cuts and is the use of commissioners a threat to councils who do fight?

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